Year: 2015

Stannah stairlifts customer journey

Paul’s continuing journey

Written by Stannah on 22nd July 2015

After a lifetime spent working with U.S. Steel in Pittsburgh, Paul has enjoyed an active retirement, teaching writing at the local library, traveling, and involved in his church. When he started to have some medical issues, his daughter didn’t hesitate to invite him to live in her home. “My parents raised me for 22 years […]

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Freedom in my own home….

Written by Stannah on 20th July 2015

The product is all that is advertised and claimed to be. It has given me the freedom to move up and down the stairs in my home. It has also given me the freedom to leave the house more easily based on my particular floor plan.

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Margaret’s exacting style requirements met by Stannah

Written by Stannah on 20th July 2015

We purchased it for my husband, Cyril, due to him having a stroke about 9 years ago. We thought we might move but then it was such a lot of uprising.

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Ron and Maryann’s story

Written by Stannah on 9th April 2015

After forty years in their home on Long Island, Ron and Maryann were happily settled into their community when Maryann began to get pains in her legs. She began to find it difficult to walk. A year of treatment followed, during which Maryann started to use a cane, then a walker. Their home is built […]

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Leona’s story

Written by Stannah on 9th April 2015

  Leona and her husband have lived on the second floor of their triple-decker home since 1978, and were seriously considering moving because of all the stairs. Leonaís leg was beginning to bother her, and carrying laundry down to the basement was a chore. However, when they considered the cost of buying a new home […]

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Jan and Chuck’s story

Written by Stannah on 9th April 2015

  When they wanted to down-size from their large single-story home, Jan and Chuck knew that one day his diabetes would make it hard to climb stairs, so they looked for a home on one floor. When they fell in love with a three-level condo overlooking the hills of central Massachusetts, they joked that they […]

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