Theraposture, a supplier of adjustable beds and care cots for disabled children, is set to exhibit its range of specialist equipment at Kidz-to-Adultz-Middle which takes place next month in Coventry.
Theraposture has been a manufacturer of assistive furniture for more than 35 years and its customers include OTs, charities, care operators and end-users.
Among the equipment it is showing is the Mascot Mk2 cot, which can be adapted as needs changes. This feature is designed to make the solution future-proof. It claims to be the only fully modular care bed that will allow conversion from four-door opening to eight-door.
The firm’s cots incorporate German electrical motors and mechanisms, which aim to provide smooth, reliable and controlled variable height, mattress profiling and anti-Trendelenburg positioning so children can enjoy greater comfort.
This functionality is also designed to ensure safer working height for parents and carers as less bending and stooping is required. All Theraposture beds meet BSEN60601-2-52.
At Kidz Middle the assessors from Theraposture will be highlighting the finer points regarding its cot designs and explaining how it can support OTs. There will also be a range of free educational literature available including case studies and cot funding guides.