If you're a caregiver for a family member, and you have difficulty getting them up from a chair, look into getting a lift chair. One of these chairs could make life easier for both you and your loved one. Here are things you should know about buying and using a lift chair.
Look Into Insurance Coverage
Your insurance might pay for a lift chair since it's considered durable medical equipment. However, your loved one has to have a qualifying medical condition, and you need a prescription from a doctor.