Patient Aid is the leader in Lift Slings because of the quality of material we use along with the patient and caregiver being the priority behind each sling we make and develop. The Patient Aid Sit to Stand padded sling is made for patients who have head and neck control, able to bend at the hip, knees and ankles and can sit up on the edge of the bed. The sit to stand padded sling is designed to go around the patient’s torso and under their arms and is only appropriate for patients who have a greater degree of weight bearing ability. In addition to making seating transfers, this sling will facilitate the toileting procedure by allowing the lowering of clothing. A textured adjustable belt, and padding under the arms hold the sling securely in place and keep the sling from sliding up and putting pressure under the patient’s arms during the transfer. Sit to stand slings also known as stand assist slings must only be used when transferring a resident from a seated position and only work with sit to stand patient lift models. Sit to stand slings only have 2 connection points and do not work with floor style lifts that have spreader bars that attach the slings above the patient. The sit to stand padded sling provides patients with a safe, supportive and comfortable way to transfer from a seated position in and out of bed to a chair, wheelchair, toilet or from chair to chair. The Sit to stand patient Sling is made with a solid Polyester fabric that has extra padding under the arms and torso which protects those patients with sensitive skin while also preventing the patient from sliding down in the sling. The Sit to stand padded sling has two reinforced attachment points to allow the sling to work with all competitive sit to stand style patient lifts. The sit to stand sling can also be used in conjunction with an optional Buttock Strap for extra security and support. Both size options (MD, LG) and the 400lb weight capacity allows this stand assist sling to meet a wide variety of different size patients and their specific needs such as aiding in standing assistance, toileting access and weight bearing practice and transfers. The sit to stand slings help promote dependence and allow the patient to regain some strength in their legs by continuing to use them instead of always relying on a full body transfer where the patient uses no muscles or much physical exertion.