Amongst the home demonstrations planned across the UK, our Product Advisers will be busy this month in attendance at a number of supportive events.
The Safespace range of safe rooms and beds are used with reassuring success in terms of sleep, behaviours and reduction of restrictive practices at home, in respite care and in schools. You can see for yourself if you view the Millwood School’s Safespaces story (see above). Jill Tierney, the School’s Head of Behaviours, details how the school’s staff and pupils continue to experience positive outcomes, reduced interventions and a daily improvement in preparing the children for learning.
On Tuesday 9 October, we’ll be talking more of these benefits to families, teachers and healthcare professionals at :
This FREE event – now in its eighth year – is organised by Queen Alexandra College (QAC), an independent specialist college of further education based in Birmingham for students aged 16+ with visual impairment, autism and other disabilities. The event is a showcase of the types of support, services and products available to autistic children and adults, their families and the professionals who support them. And that’s why we’re there!
Autism Central: Safespace at the show last year (above)
At 10am Safespaces will be giving a talk on “Using Safespaces as a tool for self-management of behaviours, to help with sensory processing and sleep disorders”. We will also be present throughout the day to answer any questions in the main exhibition area. There are stands, seminars and workshops – and a whole host of information on resources to take away.