know from watching my husband's petite mother move her husband, who
suffered with Parkinson's, that moving a person from one point to
another can be an exhausting and traumatic event that occurs countless
times each day. Most times, people are moved by a caregiver 'hugging'
them and using their own body weight to forcibly twist, push and pull.
It's dangerous for both and raises quality-of-life issues and lessens
the persons dignity.
That's why we invented
The Williamson Turn Stand." Marsha
Williamson, Wife of inventor.
this sound like your situation at home?
Your spouse, parent or
loved one. . .
- Has a medical or physical
condition that doesn't allow them to turn or pivot on their own.
- Will have to go into
a nursing home if you can't find a way to move him or her at home
- Uses a wheelchair
around the house.
- Is too tall, large
or heavy for you to move by yourself.
- Doesn't have more
than one person to help move them at home.
- Is at risk of injury
or worsening their condition every time you have to move them
Mobility and transfer
can be hindered by the following conditions. The Williamson Turn
Stand has helped patients with these conditions, decreasing risk
during transfer and increase quality of life.
- Hip or knee replacement(s)
- Parkinson's Disease
- Advanced Diabetes
- Partial Amputation
- Advanced Arthritis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- General weakness
see how the Williamson Turn Stand Works