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Post by ClaretAL » Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:55 pm

Before you scoff, My wife has had a stroke, and i need to start turning the home in to a better environment for her, so looking at a stairlift as 1 of many alterations. I have looked in to lots of different prices ad found because I will need a curved rail the price goes up considerably. As the prices vary so much, does anyone have any advice experience or expertise in this to point me in the right direction please? I'm looking for a fast solution before she comes out of hospital, and i have even looked at DIY but not many curved rails around and seem to be very much made to fit. Recommendations of good company's and experience always welcome

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by Bosscat » Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:58 pm

ClaretAL wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:55 pm
Before you scoff, My wife has had a stroke, and i need to start turning the home in to a better environment for her, so looking at a stairlift as 1 of many alterations. I have looked in to lots of different prices ad found because I will need a curved rail the price goes up considerably. As the prices vary so much, does anyone have any advice experience or expertise in this to point me in the right direction please? I'm looking for a fast solution before she comes out of hospital, and i have even looked at DIY but not many curved rails around and seem to be very much made to fit. Recommendations of good company's and experience always welcome
We used some people frome Colne (on Nth Valley Rd) for my Mums nearly 10 years ago now....

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by Aclaret » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:01 pm

Sorry can't help Al but sorry to hear about MrsClaretAl, wishing you both all the best. I'm sure someone will give you some good advice.
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Post by DomBFC1882 » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:04 pm

Sorry I can't be of help Al but I send my best wishes to you both all the same 👍
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by 1968claret » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:08 pm

Al, would definitely recommend Jay Care on Keirby Walk. Had one fitted for my father in law. They were excellent and in my view quite reasonable
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretAL » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:11 pm

Thanks Guys, from looking around so far its working at around £2k is that about right from what you experienced? just I'm seeing them 2nd hand at 200 -300 which seems a massive depreciation value.

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by taio » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:11 pm

1968claret wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:08 pm
Al, would definitely recommend Jay Care on Keirby Walk. Had one fitted for my father in law. They were excellent and in my view quite reasonable
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Post by COBBLE » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:22 pm

Just wanted to wish you both well.
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by wilks_bfc » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:26 pm

ClaretAL wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:11 pm
Thanks Guys, from looking around so far its working at around £2k is that about right from what you experienced? just I'm seeing them 2nd hand at 200 -300 which seems a massive depreciation value.
Sorry to hear about Mrs ClaretAL

We had one installed for my grandma.
That must have been 15-20yrs ago (possibly even longer) and I’m sure was around £1k-£1.5k then

We got it through Multicare
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by Quickenthetempo » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:29 pm

First of all sorry to hear the bad news.

Ring your local council up and they will give you plenty of help/advice.
The house might need more than just a stair lift. Walk in bath or similar.

Good luck.
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretDiver » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:30 pm

ClaretAL wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 7:55 pm
Before you scoff, My wife has had a stroke, and i need to start turning the home in to a better environment for her, so looking at a stairlift as 1 of many alterations. I have looked in to lots of different prices ad found because I will need a curved rail the price goes up considerably. As the prices vary so much, does anyone have any advice experience or expertise in this to point me in the right direction please? I'm looking for a fast solution before she comes out of hospital, and i have even looked at DIY but not many curved rails around and seem to be very much made to fit. Recommendations of good company's and experience always welcome
Mate, I am sorry to hear about MrsClaretAl, I don't really have experience on stairlifts but have experience with a loved one having a stroke. Not sure how old MrsCAl is but my thoughts are with you mate....there are a lot of resources out there in Lancashire to assist so get on to CAB and ask them...I know we got some money towards mods for the house (rented so not much) but can't remember the exact dept....obviously I don't know how bad, or what type of stroke it is but my thoughts are with you both my fellow Claret!
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by taio » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:35 pm

ClaretDiver wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:30 pm
Mate, I am sorry to hear about MrsClaretAl, I don't really have experience on stairlifts but have experience with a loved one having a stroke. Not sure how old MrsCAl is but my thoughts are with you mate....there are a lot of resources out there in Lancashire to assist so get on to CAB and ask them...I know we got some money towards mods for the house (rented so not much) but can't remember the exact dept....obviously I don't know how bad, or what type of stroke it is but my thoughts are with you both my fellow Claret!
Support is available through the local authorities via a Disabled Facilities Grant but requires a needs assessment and means test. CAB will be a waste of time.

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretDiver » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:37 pm

taio wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:35 pm
Support is available through the local authorities via a Disabled Facilities Grant but requires a needs assessment and means test. CAB will be a waste of time.
Apologies for offering my first hand experience, CAB were fantastic with us and pointed us in every direction we needed....they certainly were not a waste of time.....

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by Burnley1989 » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:37 pm

I’ve sold equipment to a company called Acorn Stairlifts in the past, they’re West Yorkshire I think

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by taio » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:39 pm

ClaretDiver wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:37 pm
Apologies for offering my first hand experience, CAB were fantastic with us and pointed us in every direction we needed....they certainly were not a waste of time.....
I'm offering my first hand experience too. Local Authority for OT advice and assessment and more information about eligibility for Disabled Facilities Grant.

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by Savo776 » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:41 pm

My Dad had a stairlift put in for my sister in the summer, was a 2nd hand chair but a brand new rail, it cost about £1500, was from Millercare.

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretDiver » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:44 pm

taio wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:39 pm
I'm offering my first hand experience too. Local Authority for OT advice and assessment and more information about eligibility for Disabled Facilities Grant.
Fair enough but also, what about ClaretAl...I needed a lot of support too that those 2 (can't fully remember if they were the ones we eventually dealt with were) could not point me in the direction of....anyway I am not going to get into an argie on a thread where one of our fellow Clarets has suffered a massive blow in their life...

Once again ClaretAL, I can empathise with you and hope you get the help and assistance you both need!

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by beddie » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:47 pm

ClaretAl. I know several people who've been pleased with the service of Acorn Stair Lifts at Steeton. Might be worth making contact and explaining your situation, they often go above and beyond, Good luck with it.

Acorn Stairlifts Head Office
Telecom House
Millennium Business Park
Steeton
BD20 6RB
United Kingdom

FREEPHONE: 0800 016 9741

Email: info@acornstairlifts.co.uk

Website: www.acornstairlifts.co.uk
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by taio » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:50 pm

ClaretDiver wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:44 pm
Fair enough but also, what about ClaretAl...I needed a lot of support too that those 2 (can't fully remember if they were the ones we eventually dealt with were) could not point me in the direction of....anyway I am not going to get into an argie on a thread where one of our fellow Clarets has suffered a massive blow in their life...

Once again ClaretAL, I can empathise with you and hope you get the help and assistance you both need!
I'm not arguing. I'm trying to point in the right direction. The local authority has the statutory responsibility to assess people's care and support needs. NHS Choices, Age UK and Gov.uk will offer similar advice i.e. contact your local authority for informatio, advice and possible assessment . Obviously if a person doesn't want state support they can go to one of the companies referred to on this thread which will be able to offer advice and in the case of Jay-Care occupational therapy advice. There is also the CEDA centre at St Peter's Centre staffed by NHS therapists who will be able to help through drop in services but of course may be hampered by Covid restrictions right now.

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/social-ca ... aptations/

https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-ad ... es-grants/

https://www.gov.uk/disabled-facilities-grants
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretDiver » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:56 pm

taio wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:50 pm
I'm not arguing. I'm trying to point in the right direction. The local authority has the statutory responsibility to assess people's care and support needs. NHS Choices, Age UK and Gov.uk will offer similar advice i.e. contact your local authority for informatio, advice and possible assessment . Obviously if a person doesn't want state support they can go to one of the companies referred to on this thread which will be able to offer advice and in the case of Jay-Care occupational therapy advice. There is also the CEDA centre at St Peter's Centre staffed by NHS therapists who will be able to help through drop in services but of course may be hampered by Covid restrictions right now.
Please accept my apologies, the reading of ClaretAl's post brought back memories I didn't think possible so I was short....I am sorry....
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretAL » Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:58 pm

taio wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:50 pm
I'm not arguing. I'm trying to point in the right direction. The local authority has the statutory responsibility to assess people's care and support needs. NHS Choices, Age UK and Gov.uk will offer similar advice i.e. contact your local authority for informatio, advice and possible assessment . Obviously if a person doesn't want state support they can go to one of the companies referred to on this thread which will be able to offer advice and in the case of Jay-Care occupational therapy advice. There is also the CEDA centre at St Peter's Centre staffed by NHS therapists who will be able to help through drop in services but of course may be hampered by Covid restrictions right now.
Hi Guys, dont fall out about it, its just good to know the fountain of knowledge this board can be. from what i have found I could possibly get a grant as Taio states, however it can take 6 weeks plus to get to a point before they plan. i have some savings and want to make life comfortable as i can, and inevitably will probably need to look at a Bungalow. There is no right or wrong answer just needs must from those who have gone through similar, so thanks to all for the advice it is much appreciated and I really do mean that

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Re: Stair Lift

Post by taio » Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:01 pm

ClaretDiver wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:56 pm
Please accept my apologies, the reading of ClaretAl's post brought back memories I didn't think possible so I was short....I am sorry....
No need to apologise at all. We are both trying to help that's all.
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Post by Longsider » Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:26 pm

Good luck with everything mate. I can't offer any advice on stair lifts but can see that others have pointed you in the right direction.
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by spadesclaret » Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:29 pm

ClaretAL, I am so sorry that you are having to go through this. I wish you and Mrs. CA all the best and pray that Mrs. CA makes a good recovery.

If you decide to buy privately rather than go through the lengthy procedure of applying for grants then my best advice to you is to go to a recommended local firm rather than one of the well known national companies. My experience is that you will get better service with much better follow-up and after-care.
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Post by dougcollins » Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:32 pm

I rent one, I suppose may cost more in the long run, but if anything goes wrong I just call and they come and repair/replace.

£350 a year from Yorkshire Stairlifts.
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Post by tim_noone » Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:37 pm

Atb with a difficult situation...hope your lad cracks on with the football blogs to when things get back to normal....never give up.
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Post by Hipper » Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:48 pm

Don't people recover over time by varying degrees from a stroke?

Do you know for sure that she will need a stairlift long term?

Would it be possible instead to alter the living arrangements in your house - bedroom downstairs for example?
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Re: Stair Lift

Post by ClaretDiver » Fri Jan 15, 2021 10:20 pm

Hipper wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 9:48 pm
Don't people recover over time by varying degrees from a stroke?

Do you know for sure that she will need a stairlift long term?

Would it be possible instead to alter the living arrangements in your house - bedroom downstairs for example?
This is what I had to do because my landlord would not allow the installation of a stairlift...there are so many variations of what a stroke is that it is so difficult to determine recovery times in any way...I know a few posters on here will remember when my now ex-missus had her stroke...it's heartbreaking which is why I feel for ClaretAl x

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Post by bfcjg » Fri Jan 15, 2021 10:42 pm

So sorry to read about your wife Al and wish you both the best and pray she recovers.
Guy at work who lives in Blackburn couldn't speak highly enough of these people when his wife required a stair lift following some major surgery.
https://www.millercare.co.uk/millercare-blackburn/

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Post by prettygreenclaret » Fri Jan 15, 2021 10:59 pm

So sorry to hear about your wife Al. Affordable Mobility in Clitheroe may be another option. Thoroughly good people. I know of them as our company do a bit of work for them and they seem to be a very good set up. Don't know what their prices are like though. Hope you get sorted out soon.

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Post by TheOriginalLongsider » Fri Jan 15, 2021 11:39 pm

Hi

I needed one for my dad. There are companies that supply second hand ones including warranties and call outs. I wouldn’t buy a brand new one. Try Google and see what’s on offer. You’ll pay hundreds instead of thousands.

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Post by jdrobbo » Sat Jan 16, 2021 12:04 am

So sorry to hear about your wife Al. My thoughts are with you both and I hope you get fixed.

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Post by beddie » Sat Jan 16, 2021 7:42 am

Al. In my post I omitted to say how sorry I was to hear about you're wife's circumstances. I too hope that she makes a full recovery. My prayers are with you both.

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Post by ClaretAL » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:49 pm

Thank you all for the above but things have moved on some since. It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of Mrs ClaretAl (Lisa Haworth). Lisa has had major surgery spanning the last 5 years, culminating in end of life care over the last 3 days. Lisa was strong, thoughtful and driven as always, and Lisa dictated the last 3 days on her terms and waited until all her final wishes were complete, she had the brightest smile on her face throughout. She passed peacefully without pain and the most relaxed and comfortable I have seen her in years.

I have never had to deal with hr process following a bereavement before and finding it difficult, but presume as she passed lat night someone from the hospital will be in touch with what to do next? I am not loaded by any means of the imagination so is it all full balance up front ir do some take part payment for funeral services? and recommendations of undertakers are welcome

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Post by tim_noone » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:55 pm

Oh.....terrible..terrible news for you the boy your family..no words Al...

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Post by Bosscat » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:57 pm

Sorry to hear that Al ... thoughts with you at this time...

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Post by ClaretDiver » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:57 pm

My condolences CA, no words can express.....RIP Lisa

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Post by tim_noone » Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:05 pm

ClaretAL wrote:
Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:49 pm
Thank you all for the above but things have moved on some since. It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of Mrs ClaretAl (Lisa Haworth). Lisa has had major surgery spanning the last 5 years, culminating in end of life care over the last 3 days. Lisa was strong, thoughtful and driven as always, and Lisa dictated the last 3 days on her terms and waited until all her final wishes were complete, she had the brightest smile on her face throughout. She passed peacefully without pain and the most relaxed and comfortable I have seen her in years.

I have never had to deal with hr process following a bereavement before and finding it difficult, but presume as she passed lat night someone from the hospital will be in touch with what to do next? I am not loaded by any means of the imagination so is it all full balance up front ir do some take part payment for funeral services? and recommendations of undertakers are welcome
Steve at Alderson and Hurran? Is a very nice Man to deal with regards such matters and a good Ear..Atb. ay this difficult time.

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Post by beddie » Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:10 pm

Al, I really don't have the words to express how sorry I am to hear of your loss. I hope it's at least comforting for you to know that Lisa's last few days we're at least peaceful. I can't answer your question in regards to funeral services but perhaps this link will help. My condolences to you and all your family.

https://www.bereavementadvice.org/

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Post by bfcjg » Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:14 pm

I am desperately sorry to hear about your sad loss.

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Post by spadesclaret » Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:16 pm

Al, I am so very, very sorry.

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Post by Stevie2112 » Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:20 pm

So sorry to hear this news,my thoughts are with you and family.
RIP

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Post by Quickenthetempo » Wed Jan 20, 2021 8:34 pm

Oh no, terrible news. Rest in peace Lisa.
Thoughts with all the family.

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Post by Eloise Laws » Wed Jan 20, 2021 9:27 pm

Terrible to read this news, and highlights how quick circumstances can change in people’s lives.
Condolences to you and your family. I am sure whoever you decide to undertake the necessary arrangements, you will find them to be caring and helpful beyond words.
Once again, condolences.

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Post by Philss_99 » Wed Jan 20, 2021 9:37 pm

Al, Give me a ring if you need any help / advice with this ( You have my number if necessary )

I had to deal with the process a few years ago as you know and might be able to advise how the process worked.

Stay strong mate, thinking of you.

Rest In Peace Lisa. x

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Post by lesxdp » Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:39 pm

Can't offer any advice re undertakers etc. but I am sure you will receive great support where ever you go. Recently lost my mum at 92 and used Fred Hamer who were brilliant but cost in the region of £4000. Fortunately mums estate could pay that so no problem. Deepest condolences to you at what must be a terrible time

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Post by Pad1951 » Wed Jan 20, 2021 10:45 pm

Terribly sorry for your loss.
RIP Lisa

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Post by COBBLE » Wed Jan 20, 2021 11:46 pm

So sorry to hear the sad news about your partner. You were on the case, trying to care for her to the end. Best wishes.

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Post by Paul Waine » Thu Jan 21, 2021 12:08 am

ClaretAL, I offer my sincere condolences on the passing of your wife. RIP Lisa.

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Post by arise_sir_charge » Thu Jan 21, 2021 8:05 am

Very sad news Al, wishing you all the best.

Having been through the processes multiple times over the years I can’t speak highly enough of Alderson & Horan, they are excellent.

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