February is the month of love. Love is not limited to that of lovers but, the concept of love reaches far beyond that. The love that families share is deep and unwavering in this turbulent fast paced world, however finding time for family can be difficult. Especially for grown children and their adult parents. Luckily with technology taking time to acknowledge and share feelings of love can be easy and quick through a phone call, skype or email.
That being said there is no substitute for an in person hug from dad or kiss from mom. To parents there is nothing more persicus than a visit from children no matter how old they get. We always want to focus on the happier aspect of love. But, love can also be difficult. Children for example, saying no, having to take them to the dentist or pushing them to learn something new that might be intimidating, like how to swim. A child can be fearful, apprehensive or worse stubborn.
As the adult it is your job to push and make tough decisions because it is what is best for your loved ones...How difficult can this make things when the shoe is on the other foot and this time the difficult decision that must be made for a parent? It can be hard to accept that mom or dad needs help. It can be even more difficult mom or dad wont accept themselves that they may need help especially with in their own home.
Look Stairchairs can only help provide the tools to get a family member safely up and down the stairs. A stair chair is the best way to prevent a fall down stairs and give someone back the freedom they once had in their own home. But, sadly we find that people don’t reach out to us sometimes until it’s too late and a getting up or down the stairs is now a desperate need. Buying a stairlift is a form of preventative care. As we all know doing what’s best for ourselves can be difficult and we can all use a push in the right direction from time to time.
Look Stairchairs opened on the foundation of family and love. We understand that the well being of loved ones is what matters most and helping families is our business. In this business we see love at it’s most raw point sometimes. Sometimes an adult child has to say to their reluctant parent “get this stairlift please, because I worry about you.”