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Ascend & Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift


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MSRP: $4,999.99 - savings of $2,800.99

Introducing the new, dependable Ascend & GO Sit-to-Stand patient lift. Every inch of this medical aid was designed to provide both patients and caregivers with superior safety. The robust steel frame ensures that it can handle a weight up to 400 pounds – making transferring easy and stress free.

It also includes several features to ensure security while in use. Dual locking casters make it stable, while the locking swivel seat pads and wide footrest further secure your experience.

Not to be overshadowed by our focus on safety, comfort is not forgotten with this transfer lift. The patient lift is generously padded and ergonomic– padding at critical points helps reduce pressure on delicate areas when sitting or standing. This makes the transition smoother for users and puts caregivers’ minds at ease knowing there is optimized comfort throughout the process.

  • Pivoting Seat
  • Soft Knee Supports
  • Dual Locking Wheels
  • Easy Pedal Operation
  • Cross Bar Handle

Weight: 67 lbs.
Maximum Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.

Product Manual

Why the Ascend & Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift is Built for You

Safe Transfers

Potential injuries of the caregiver and the user that associated with full body lifts are eliminated with the sit-to-stand lift.

Device Compatibility

The low base is designed to easily fit underneath beds, and the angled leg base design allows the lift to fit around commodes and other devices.

Physical Therapy

A sit-to-stand lift helps maintain your independence and can delay physical decline by improving your natural range of motion and balance.

Small Footprint

When compared to traditional sling lifts, the Ascend & Go has a smaller overall size, perfect for caregivers who need to save space.

Pivoting Seat

Makes settling into the lift easy and secure, allowing patients to remain in their preferred standing position during transfer.

Soft Knee Supports

Provide extra stability, while its leveraged power feature uses the patient’s own energy to operate it smoothly.

Dual Locking Wheels

Designed to further ensure safety during transfer.

Easy Pedal Operation

The Ascend & Go's pedal operated chassis makes it easy to move patients around with ease.

Cross Bar Handle

Allows the patient to support themselves by pulling rather than pushing when entering the lift.

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Product Specifications

Product Details
Color: Gray & Blue
Weight: 50 lbs.
Lift Height: 43 in.
Lift Width: 22.25 in.
Lift Depth: 30 in.
Frame Material: Steel
Adjustable Base Width: 16-28 in.
Maximum Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.
How does the lift assist individuals in standing up from a seated position?

The Ascend and Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift, also known as the Ascend & Go, is a versatile sit to stand device that helps individuals, such as seniors with limited mobility, to transition from a seated position to a standing position. The user can utilize the bar to pull themselves up, either independently or with the assistance of a caregiver, facilitating sit to stand transfer. The seats are then folded around the back of the user, allowing them to lower themselves onto the seat and be comfortably transported.

How portable is the Ascend & Go?

The Ascend & Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift offers the flexibility to navigate different rooms within a home, hospital, or care center. It is designed for easy movement and portability, enabling caregivers to assist individuals in various locations. However, it is important to note that the Ascend & Go is not intended for travel purposes.

Is the Ascend & Go Sit to Stand Safe for the Caregiver?

Yes, the Ascend & Go is designed with safety in mind for both the user and the caregiver. It eliminates the need for the caregiver to perform manual lifting, reducing strain on their back, which is a common issue faced by caregivers in elderly help services and senior care help. The lift incorporates secure handles and supportive features to ensure stability during the sit to stand process, providing peace of mind for caregivers.

Is the lift suitable for individuals with different body sizes and weights?

Absolutely! The Ascend and Go Sit to Stand Patient Lift is designed to accommodate individuals of various body sizes and weights. It features an adjustable kneepad that comfortably supports users of different sizes and heights. With a weight capacity of up to 400lbs, the lift ensures safety and usability for a wide range of individuals.

Can the lift be used in both home and healthcare settings?

Yes! The Ascend and Go is a versatile sit to stand device suitable for use in different settings, including both home and healthcare environments. It offers flexibility and convenience for home care assistance, home help for the elderly, and senior care help at home. Its compact and maneuverable design allows it to navigate through tight spaces such as bathrooms, bedrooms, and other areas where mobility assistance is needed.

Who is the Ascend & Go intended for?

The Ascend & Go is specifically designed for individuals who experience difficulty with walking, stability, and mobility – while still having some upper body strength. When using the device, they are positioned in a near standing position, which promotes blood flow and helps prevent muscle degeneration.

What are the weight capacity and age requirements for using the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift?

There are no specific age requirements for using the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift. As long as the user can comfortably reach the seat, which is approximately 28" from the floor, and weighs less than 400lbs, they can benefit from this assistive device.

Does the lift require any specific clearance or space requirements?

The Ascend and Go is designed to be space-efficient, making it suitable for various environments. It has a remarkably low profile compared to other patient lifts, with a width of only 20.8". The lift requires a minimal clearance of 5" when used under furniture, ensuring it can navigate through narrow spaces and fit comfortably in rooms.

Can the lift be used on different types of flooring surfaces?

Absolutely! The Ascend and Go can be used on a variety of flooring surfaces, including tile, concrete, wood, and other smooth surfaces. Its wheeled design allows for easy maneuverability, providing seamless sit to stand assistance on different floor types. While it is possible to use the Ascend & Go on carpet, please note that any wheeled object on carpet will encounter more resistance.

Does the lift require any modifications to the environment or furniture?

No modifications to the environment or furniture are required when using the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift. However, it is advisable to assess the compatibility of the lift with specific furniture items such as wheelchairs, toilets, beds, couches, etc., to ensure smooth operation and accessibility.

Can the lift be used by individuals with limited upper body strength?

The usability of the Ascend and Go depends on the extent of an individual's upper body strength limitations. To operate the device, the user needs to have enough upper body strength to pull themselves up using the bar from a seated position to a standing position, as well as stay seated when transported. If assistance is needed, a caregiver can provide support during the sit to stand process.

Can the user operate the Ascend & Go alone?

No, the Ascend & Go requires the presence of both the user and a caregiver. It is designed to facilitate a collaborative sit to stand process, ensuring safety and support for the user.

What are the requirements of the user and/or caregiver?

For the user, some level of upper body strength is necessary to initiate the sit to stand process using the bar, as well as to maintain a seated position during transfer. The caregiver's role is to assist the user when needed, providing additional support and pushing the Ascend & Go to the desired location.

How should I clean and maintain the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift?

To maintain the optimal condition of the Ascend and Go, it is recommended to clean it regularly using a non-abrasive cleaner and warm water. Thoroughly rinsing and wiping the lift after cleaning helps keep it in top shape, ensuring its longevity and cleanliness.

What should I do if the lift experiences any technical issues?

If you encounter any technical issues with the Ascend and Go, please reach out to our dedicated support team. You can contact us using our contact form or by phone, and our team will promptly assist you in resolving any concerns you may have.

Can I adjust the lift's settings or controls?

Yes, the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift offers adjustable features. The knee rests can be adjusted to accommodate users of different heights, ensuring a personalized and comfortable experience. Additionally, the device features pedal controls for adjusting the leg width, allowing for easy transfers to different options, such as navigating around the base of a wheelchair.

Is there a user manual or instructional guide available for the lift?

Yes, a comprehensive user manual and instructional guide are available for the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift. You can access the manual on our website or find a printed copy included in the box, providing detailed information on setup, usage, and maintenance.

Does the Ascend & Go come fully assembled?

No, some assembly is required for the Ascend and Go Sit-to-Stand Patient Lift. Detailed instructions and all necessary components are provided to ensure a straightforward assembly process.


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I’ve had MS for about 20 years now. I’ve been using a wheelchair for the last couple of years but I’ve recently started to need more help getting around. It’s gotten harder to get to and from the bed, the bathroom, or the couch, and I’ve been getting too fatigued to wheel myself around all the time. I felt like I was missing out on spending time with my family and friends since I was too exhausted to get myself out of bed. This lift has been a big help in letting me participate in family time again.

Helene Carter, Patient

I’ve been a home health aide for about 10 years. I considered lifting patients to their wheelchairs to just be a part of the job, but it was hard on my back. Sling-type lifts helped me out with that, but this chair is much easier to use, and since it’s smaller than regular lifts it’s a better fit… It’s made a difference in both my life and the lives of the people I care for. They’re able to get around more freely without needing to worry about dealing with being put in a patient lift sling.

Vincent Jackson, Caregiver