Theraposture, the UK leading specialist in care cots and adjustable beds for children, will be showcasing a selection of assistive sleeping solutions with the postural specialist Symmetrikit, at Kidz North.
Stands B10 and B12 – 20th November, EventCity, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 8AS.
Theraposture has been the UK’s leading supplier of bespoke, hand-built adjustable beds and care cots since 1981. Its care cots and power-adjusted Theracare beds both enhance comfort, safety and well-being for young disabled individuals and greatly assist those offering care. All Theraposture products are individually assessed and are backed up by our 14-day suitability guarantee and a fully inclusive warranty giving complete peace of mind.
Theraposture will be working with Symmetrikit Postural Care at Kidz North so that visitors can see adjustable care cots and beds combined with individualised postural support systems. On stand B10, Theraposture will be demonstrating the fully modular Mascot Mark 2 paediatric cot and Safe-T Bed, the latter showcased with a Symmetrikit sleep system. A 135cm high padded Hannah cot will also be available on stand B10. Symmetrikit’s stand, B12, will display a popular Theracare Low adjustable bed from Theraposture with clear safety sides, combined once more with a Symmetrikit sleep system.
Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director commented: “All the Kidz events this year have successful for both Theraposture and Symmetrikit and we hope to repeat this achievement at Kidz North. Exhibiting with Symmetrikit provides a unique opportunity for families with disabled children to see how our products provide a total sleeping solution. Our designs ensure safety and reassurance for users is maximised and parents and carers are protected from back or muscle strain through electrically powered height adjustment. The popular features of our cots and beds are further enhanced by Symmetrikit sleep systems that ensure correct posture is maintained by children whilst asleep – essential for them as they develop and grow.”