WiseLift - Lifting Spirits and Bringing Comfort to Veterans and Homeless Seniors

Saturday, August 4, 2018 Senior Health News
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DALLAS, Aug. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- WiseLift, designer of the most advanced lift chair, donated three WiseLift 450 models,

valued at $7500, to Union Gospel Mission Dallas for use in their senior citizen and veteran's program. The therapeutic recliners offer independence for the disabled, elderly, and those experiencing medical issues by providing
a smooth and stable transition from sitting to standing. With heat and massage capabilities, the WiseLift 450 models also function as the most comfortable sleeper chair. 

"We are very excited to have the opportunity to partner with UGM Dallas and provide support for the services they offer to the Dallas homeless community," stated Gregg Cohen, President of WiseLift. "The therapeutic lift chairs will be an incredible asset to clients who need additional support, assistance, and relief the heat and massage capabilities offer." Click here for photos and video

"We are extremely grateful for the donation to our UGM Dallas Senior and Veterans' program ," stated Bruce Butler, CEO of Union Gospel Mission Dallas. "Many of the veterans who are clients at our facility struggle with pain from combat injuries. The ability to place the chair in multiple reclining positions,  the stress relieving memory foam, and plush padding will give these veterans much needed relief. These chairs will provide comfort and relief not only for our veterans but also for our elderly clients."

As a surge of Baby Boomers reach 65, the aging population means that 1 in every 5 residents will be of retirement age. WiseLift has designed a chair to provide independence for the disabled, elderly, and those with medical limitations. A unique feature to the WiseLift 450 is the full sleep capability enabling owners to elevate their feet above the heart while also relieving pressure on the lower back and increasing circulation. WiseLift chairs are versatile providing support for those recovering from an injury, relieving stress on the back and sore joints, and additional assistance for those suffering with arthritis.

For more information on WiseLift, visit www.wiselift.com. For more information on Union Gospel Mission Dallas, please visit www.ugmdallas.org.

Media Contact: Margaret McKoin, The Time Groupmargaret@thetimegroup.net817-403-0866

 

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