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    Best way of carrying a disabled person upstairs
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    Best way of carrying a disabled person upstairs 22nd Nov 09 at 11:29 AM
    As we are waiting for a means test, would any body know of the safest and easiest way to carry a disabled 9 stone 70+ year old person upstairs? We are looking to a stairlift in the near future but in the meantime we need to get him upstairs for bathing etc.
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