User-centric approach focal point for Theraposture expo


Theraposture will be showcasing its considered approach to parents and disabled children at Kidz to Adultz Scotland this month.

At Kidz Scotland, Theraposture will be demonstrating a selection of products from its full range including the power-assisted Mascot cot, Theracare Low bed and bespoke Hannah cot with 120cm high sides.

Each product can include height adjustment so carers can operate at safe working heights and platform profiling for greater postural support.

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The height adjustable Mascot claims to be the only fully future-proofed cot which can be adapted if needs change. Through a flexible modular design it is designed to negate the need to purchase a new cot in the future and is a life-long solution.

The Theracare Low aims to be ideal for users who are prone to falling out of bed as the mattress can be positioned just above floor level. For more active and larger users the Hannah offers increased safety with multiple door heights up to 170cm.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture’s sales director, commented: “Our user-centric approach will be reiterated at Kidz Scotland. We believe the needs and wants of young users should come first and in our experience disabled children are happier in a Theraposture assistive cot or bed. Parents and OTs also have greater peace of mind which is why our latest educational content aims to empower families and therapists so statutory cot funding is easier.”

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