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The best thing we’ve ever got | March 2, 2011

The Cosyfit  has just been delivered and the benefits it has provided already are remarkable. My son was unsafe in his own bed, having broken a collarbone falling out, and once being trapped behind the bedroom door, resulting in a callout for the fire brigade and paramedics! I am delighted to report that now he cannot fall out or get...

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It is unbelieveable! | March 16, 2010

I just wanted to give you some amazing feedback about the Cosyfit I recently provided for someone. The young man's parents were sceptical when I first suggested one, but as we had one in our stores, I persuaded them to at least trial it. After all, they had not slept properly for 13 years as he was very unsettled and...

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A Safe Haven | November 18, 2009

Prior to the arrival of the Cosyfit, Holly was sleeping in an inflatable boat to minimise any risk of injury during any night time fits. The bed quickly became a safe haven both for her and us as parents. It meant that we could put her to bed safe in the knowledge that she would be as safe as possible,...

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Over the moon |

We are over the moon with the bed and it has helped us greatly in our care for Sarah. She took to the bed right away and has settled into a good sleep routine which she never had before. We are happy to recommend your services to all our friends most of whom have disabled children also.

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A specially designed Tiny Cosy |

Being a parent of a disabled child brings many challenges and one of the difficulties I faced in particular was bed-time and my son's sleeping difficulties which resulted in many unhappy and sleepless nights for the whole family. My son's problems stem from a rare brain condition as well as autism and seizures. He needed a bed that could be...

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