Jill Tierney, Head of Behaviours at Millwood Primary Special School, School for the Future, talks about how the five Safespaces they have, help meet a wide range of needs of pupils at the school. These include, sensory needs, communication, intensive interaction, behaviour self management, and reducing the incidence of crises. She describes how Safespaces help children to prepare for learning.
Thomas' mum explains how their Safespace® has helped Thomas and the family to manage challenge behaviours and how it has reduced stress for the whole family. Safety Beds, soft beds, padded bed, disability beds, limited mobility, safe sleep, complex needs, sensory, low stimulation, sleep pattern, robust bed, autism, epilepsy, behaviours which challenge and profound multiple learning difficulties, …
Joseph has had a Cosyfit since 2011. Today he is having a Siesta Hi-Lo installed to meet his changing needs. Hear his mum, Chrissie, discuss the features of the Siesta Hi-Lo and see Joseph's reaction to his new bed.
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Willkommen! We're at REHACare Düsseldorf this month Safespaces take to the road again this month, this time heading for Germany - REHACare Düsseldorf to be precise! Returning to this respected international event, the Safespaces team will be displaying and demonstrating their Safespace customised soft rooms and sleep systems in Hall 5, Stand H36.8. The arena is huge and the event itself...Read More
Safespaces return this June to the London, Birmingham and Manchester flagship events in the show calendar, organised by the National Autistic Society. The team will be at: The Autism Show London: 14-15 June at ExCel - Stand D5 - Talk at 4.10pm The Autism Show Birmingham: 21-22 June at NEC - Stand B16 - Talk at 10.45am The Autism Show...Read More