MS Society names Theraposture as new corporate partner

Theraposture, the specialist supplier of Rotoflex rotating beds, adjustable beds, chairs, and care cots, has been selected by the MS Society’s trading company ‘MSS (Trading) Limited’ as an official Affinity Partner.

From 8 February 2021, the MS Society will be able to signpost people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) to Theraposture products at reduced prices. Additionally, every sale will generate a donation from Theraposture to the MS Society, so the charity can continue its vital work with and for the MS community.

Theraposture MS Society announcement

Celebrating 40 years this year

Celebrating 40 years this year, Theraposture is a trusted nationwide specialist in quality assistive furniture with family-run headquarters in Westbury, Wiltshire. Its customer-centric and clinically led heritage is focused on positive outcomes for all individuals seeking greater independence and comfort at home.

It is the supplier of the award-winning and patented Rotoflex turning bed, which won the acclaimed Excellence in Caring Award at the Occupational Therapy Show. As an ethical provider, Theraposture already partners with Parkinson’s UK and Newlife, the charity for disabled children, which are now supported alongside the MS Society.

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MS is a condition of the brain and spinal cord that affects more than 130,000 people in the UK.

It can cause a range of symptoms, including fatigue, vision problems, numbness, pain and mobility problems.

Established in 1953, the MS Society is the UK’s biggest multiple sclerosis (MS) charity, here to make life better for people with MS through research, campaigning, services and support. The Affinity Partnership will help the charity in its mission to stop MS, and ensure no one has to face MS alone.

The first and only product manufacturer to be appointed by the MS Society as an official Affinity Partner

Theraposture is the first and only product manufacturer to be appointed by the MS Society as an official Affinity Partner – a testament to the company’s values and ethical client-centered approach.

Its power-assisted solutions are specifically designed to help people with neurological and progressive conditions such as MS. They reduce or eliminate the need for expensive care, lower Covid-19 risks and enhance mental health and well-being. Theraposture products are made to look at home in the client’s home, whilst still delivering the assistance that is needed.

Discounted pricing

As well as discounted prices, every Theraposture client living with MS will benefit from a full assessment of needs and wants, including a demonstration and chance to try solutions before purchase, a 14-day suitability guarantee, and a comprehensive warranty.

Thomas Bolsin, Corporate Partnership Manager at the MS Society, said:

Thomas Bolsin - MS Society“We are delighted to be working with Theraposture and to announce them as our first Affinity Partner. We know these products can be really valuable to people living with MS, and are confident this relationship will offer important benefits to our community – while helping us raise essential funds in the process.”

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Director concludes:

Liam Bradell in office“We are honoured to have been selected by the MS Society to partner with the charity following a rigorous due diligence process. This relationship will benefit so many people with MS seeking proven solutions that deliver positive outcomes. Our partnership with major charities is not a coincidence. We are focussed on the clinical provision of medical devices that help to deliver independence at home.”

Theraposture to present educational care cot webinars at Kidz Virtual

Theraposture, a trusted specialist in adjustable cots for children with disabilities, will be presenting educational cot webinars for healthcare professionals and families at Kidz Virtual, 1st – 3rd March 2021.

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The Theraposture cot webinar at the latest Kidz Virtual includes a live Q&A with Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist.

 

Kidz ‘Venue-to-Virtual’ is the current online replacement for the Kidz exhibitions which run throughout the year. This virtual event will provide a vast range of exhibitors displaying specialist products and services that help disabled children and young adults.

It is free to attend and includes a series of video presentations for advice and education – helping Occupational Therapists, parents and disabled individuals to discover the latest in assistive solutions.

Theraposture will be presenting three sessions at Kidz Virtual of the webinar:

Understanding why Theraposture adjustable cot beds are the considered choice for families and healthcare professionals

Presented by Liam Braddell, Theraposture Director and Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist.

Monday 1st March 11:30am – 12:30pm
Tuesday 2nd March 11:00am – 12 noon
Wednesday 3rd March 11:00am – 12 noon

The Theraposture seminar will combine a pre-recorded presentation by Liam with a live Q&A session hosted by Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist. There will also be a live chat box for any questions during the presentation which will be answered by a Theraposture product specialist.

The webinar will include useful information on:

  • the extensive cot choices from Theraposture
  • the popular ‘future-proofed’ modular Mascot cot
  • cot functionality, padding and door height options
  • emergency equipment loans from Newlife
  • how Theraposture aims to match every comparable quote
  • Theraposture home demonstrations and video assessments
  • how Theraposture OTs and Trusted Assessors appropriately assess wants, needs and risks
  • successfully working with Occupational Therapists, including CPD training

Complementing the webinar, Theraposture have a virtual stand at Kidz which will provide a range of downloadable product information and case studies. There will also be details and links to the Theraposture video assessment and product demonstration service, including the easy-to-book appointment calendar.

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) – Our Commitment to You

Covid-safe adjustable bed and cot services from Theraposture

In this short video, Liam and Tom explain how Theraposture is keeping its adjustable bed, chair and care cot customers safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.

To all of our customers,

The well-being of our customers; our associates and our staff is our absolute priority, and you can be absolutely assured that we have taken all of the necessary precautions to achieve this.

All of our employees are fully aware of the current requirements and are following our Covid – 19 policy to protect you and our staff.

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Our staff wash their hands before and after every customer contact.


Every morning, our Delivery Teams, Trusted Assessors and our Service Technicians check their temperatures before they leave home.


Customer-facing staff then send the results by text to the company so that we know our employees are safe to work and to visit our customers.


Assessments are available either at a client’s home or by personal live video consultation with our in-house OT, using easily accessible technology such as Star-Leaf, Microsoft Teams, WhatsApp, Zoom, or any other platform you are familiar with.
We can arrange for video group consultations involving several persons, so that family members and healthcare professionals can all be involved. Often this will include the use of equipment that will be set up and operated as part of the consultation. Please call 0800 834654 to book an appointment or use our online booking app.


The equipment that we provide is vital in ensuring that our customers can remain independent at home and can avoid residential care settings. For example, by using the Rotoflex Bed it is likely that less external help will be needed to help with bed transfers and therefore the risks of spreading the Covid virus are massively reduced.

Remember that the Government recommended 2 metre distancing is for those not wearing PPE, so with this extra protection we are working very safely.

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Theraposture’s safety protection suit and masks

These are our PPE measures in place to keep you and our employees safe:

  • A protective mask that is P3 classification (P3 offers the highest filtration effectiveness and retains about 99.95% of particles)
  • Latex or non-Latex protective gloves (dependent on client preferences).
  • Protective overalls for clothing.
  • Protective covers for shoes.
  • Face visors.
  • Dettol type wipes to wipe down all surfaces that we have been in contact with.
  • Alcohol-based hand gels used between each customer contact.

Additionally, our staff will wash their hands before and after every customer contact.

When we arrange to visit your home for an assessment or for a delivery/service call, we will ask you detailed questions to establish if there is any risk to you or to us. We will not take any risks that affect the health of our clients or our staff.

We have been operating at full capacity without incident since the pandemic started. We have learned a great deal and have enhanced our procedures to ensure that we can keep everyone safe. Will continue to follow developments on a daily basis with intense scrutiny and will always fully comply with the advice given by the experts.

If you have any further questions, please contact us or call Freephone: 0800 834654


As suppliers of medical devices and assistive technology, we are providing a vital and essential service and will be able to continue to operate safely. We are recognised as an essential supplier and have the backing of the NHS and the BHTA and the major charities that we work with.


We would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and loyalty.

The Theraposture Team

Stay safe, stay well and stay independent!

Updated: January 22nd, 2021

Theraposture supports hard-hitting ‘Time for Can’ campaign from Parkinson’s UK

Theraposture, the exclusive adjustable bed and chair partner of Parkinson’s UK, will be supporting its latest fundraising and awareness campaign ‘Time for Can’.

Parkinson’s UK is the largest charity in the UK that raises funds for research into Parkinson’s whilst supporting people with the condition. As a specially selected product partner to the charity, Theraposture provides quality adjustable beds and chairs, so individuals with the condition can live more easily at home. Every Theraposture sale through the charity generates a donation back to Parkinson’s UK whilst customers receive a 10% discount on all products. As a charity supplier, Theraposture is proud of its long-standing relationship with Parkinson’s UK and is delighted to be supporting its latest fundraising campaign ‘Time for Can’. It will be sharing content throughout its communications including social media and on the website.

Watch the video

The ‘Time for Can’ campaign is being spearheaded by a new hard-hitting national TV advert which is a first for 10 years from Parkinson’s UK. It’s theme is based on how the charity’s work can overturn the ‘can’t’ effects on people with the condition, to the ‘cans’ that they can achieve through donations and support. Through a range of media activity, the ‘Time for Can’ programme highlights Parkinson’s as the fastest growing neurological condition in the UK – hence the urgent need for donations so research to find a cure can continue.

The launch of this campaign is coinciding with several recent TV appearances by leading actor Michael J Fox who has Parkinson’s. His latest media coverage is hoped by Theraposture to increase awareness of the condition and what can be achieved with the right support.

As the number of people with Parkinson’s continues to increase, the partnership with Theraposture is vital as a discount on its award-winning Rotoflex rotational bed is possible. This world-leading and patented powered bed, with variable height, profiling and rotational action, allows people with mobility challenges to get in and out bed independently. Specifically designed and refined over 20 years, the Rotoflex is a proven solution for greater comfort and safety in the home when living with a neurological condition.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director, comments:

liam-braddell“We are all impressed with the latest Parkinson’s UK campaign, particular the TV ad. Our Trusted Assessors and Occupational Therapists support people with Parkinson’s on a daily basis whilst seeing the huge difference a Rotoflex bed can make to their lives and those they live with. It provides a trusted solution to reduce the need for carers, saves money in the long run and improves user dignity.

Being able to get in and out of bed on your own terms and without manual handling from others is invaluable. Now we are all trying to reduce the need for regular visitors into our homes, the Rotoflex can provide a way to eliminate Covid-19 risks as carers may not be needed. This is particularly essential for vulnerable people such as individual with Parkinson’s. We will be sharing the Time for Can campaign across all our communications to ensure the £1,000,000 Christmas fundraising target is met.”

Partnership Parkinsons UKThe latest Parkinson’s UK TV advert: https://tinyurl.com/y2rp787c
To donate to Parkinson’s UK: https://prksn.uk/2UkQnP3

Theraposture to showcase award-winning adjustable cot beds and unmissable video seminar at Kidz Virtual

Theraposture, the award-winning specialist in care cot beds for disabled children and adults, will be exhibiting and presenting a video seminar at ‘Kidz Venue to Virtual’. 9-13th November 2020

The event will be held at https://www.kidzexhibitions.co.uk/venue-to-virtual/:  Replacing the long-standing Kidz North exhibition, this online event will provide the same extensive range of products and service information that helps disabled children and young adults.

Theraposture at Kidz Virtual

The Theraposture video cot seminar at Kidz Virtual promises to be popular with online visitors.

 

Theraposture will be presenting a video seminar at the event:

‘Understanding why Theraposture adjustable cot beds are the considered choice for families and healthcare professionals’

10-11am, 11th November 2020

Presented by Liam Braddell, Theraposture Director and Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist.

The Theraposture seminar will combine a pre-recorded presentation by Liam with a live Q & A session hosted by Shaun Masters, OT. Liam will outline the many reasons why Theraposture cots for disabled children and adults are seen as the considered choice by families and healthcare professionals. Liam will provide details on:

  • The extensive cot choices from Theraposture
  • The popular ‘future-proofed’ modular Mascot cot
  • Cot functionality, padding, and door height options
  • Emergency equipment loans from Newlife
  • How Theraposture aims to match every comparable quote
  • Theraposture home demonstrations and video assessments
  • How Theraposture OTs and Trusted Assessors appropriately assess wants, needs and risks
  • Successfully working with Occupational Therapists, including CPD training

Complimentary further guidance

This informative and engaging video will be followed by the opportunity to ask questions directly to Theraposture’s Occupational Therapist. Shaun will be able to provide potential solutions to individual client or family member challenges and offer further guidance regarding assessments and appropriate product provision.

To support the seminar, the Theraposture virtual stand will provide a range of downloadable product information and case studies. Easy ways to contact Theraposture will also be available including links to their comprehensive website.

Theraposture to showcase award-winning adjustable beds at largest virtual international disability event

Theraposture, the award-winning specialist in adjustable beds, chairs and care cots, will be exhibiting at the virtual Disability Awareness Day

(DAD), 25th – 31st October 2020.

Theraposture DAD exhibition stand 2020

The Theraposture stand at the virtual Disability Awareness Day 2020 promises to be popular.

DAD is a ‘pan disability event which promotes a culture that focuses on what disabled people can-do’. Dave Thompson MBE founded the organising charity Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) in 1991 and the annual DAD event in 1992.


This year there will be 200+ virtual exhibitors.


Held in a tented village on the grounds of Walton Hall, Warrington, DAD provides a wide range of features including assistive product displays, workshops, advice and entertainment for disabled adults and children. It has inspired similar events across the world and has been visited several times by members of the Royal family, the Minister for Disabled People and received a Red Arrows flypast. WDP was presented with the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services in 2006 and has raised over £1,000,000 for good causes.

In 2019, the event was supported by 260 exhibitors with over 25,000 visitors attending on the day.

The event has run for 28 years and welcomed over 600,000 people. Due to the pandemic, the 2020 event will be held online.

The main event will take place on 25th October 2020, followed by video seminars, workshops and events until 31 st October. Alongside the varied exhibitors, Theraposture will be displaying its highly respected range of products including the award-winning, patented Rotoflex rotating bed. The Rotoflex is the original and proven solution for getting in and out of bed independently for those with restricted mobility. It is the only turning bed in the world to include a Powered Rising Heel Support which represents a significant innovation for people who need to safely elevate their legs in bed.

The Theraposture stand will also include displays detailing its vast range of power-assisted paediatric cots and electric rise and recliner chairs.

In terms of information and support, there will be an array of engaging PDF literature, videos, and case studies that will be of interest to people with disabilities, families, carers, and Occupational Therapists. Theraposture’s new live video assessments will be featured as they provide a convenient and contactless option for clients seeking product demonstrations.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director comments:

Liam Braddell“We would like to congratulate WDP for building DAD virtual as it promises to be a success for all visitors and exhibitors. The range of products and services on display is impressive and we look forward to helping a large number of virtual visitors seeking trusted solutions for better sleep and independence at home.”

Theraposture appoints highly experienced Trusted Assessor for central England and Wales

Theraposture, the respected family-run specialist in adjustable beds, chairs and care cots, has appointed Glen Till as its new Trusted Assessor for central England and Wales.

Glen Till - Trusted Assessor

Glen Till – Theraposture Trusted Assessor

Glen brings a wealth of mobility equipment expertise to Theraposture and its clients. Glen has worked in the mobility product sector since 2000 which has included a lengthy sales position for a leading manufacturer, ownership of two mobility retail outlets and experience in disabled paediatrics.

He has accrued extensive knowledge regarding a wide variety of assistive equipment and aids for daily living which will benefit Theraposture clients through a holistic view on independence. Glen’s skillset includes expertise regarding postural support and moving and handling, enhanced by a proven track record of supporting Occupational Therapists. Glen will also be re-engaging his previous commercial relationship with fellow Trusted Assessor Steve Keetley – hence provides a fast track to understanding and learning.

Based in Lutterworth in Leicestershire, Glen is now responsible for assisting end users, families and healthcare professionals with informed and ethical guidance regarding assistive equipment. Through Glen’s two decades of experience, he has the knowledge to assess and recommend the right solution for the right person as he describes:

“I still fully believe client assessment is absolutely key to appropriate product provision. Throughout my whole career, whether that’s working business-to-business or direct with consumers, understanding individual needs is critical to ensure the right product is prescribed. My ethos perfectly fits with that of Theraposture along with its transparent policy on pricing, ethical approach and diligent service. It breaks my heart to see so many people out there using equipment that is not suitable for them which impacts on independence and safety.”

Since joining the business, Glen has been impressed with the popularity and effectiveness of Theraposture video assessments. Complementing home visits or providing an online alternative to face-to-face meetings, video appointments are proving efficient as he explains:

“It’s great to see how Theraposture’s use of video technology is helping customers make informed decisions faster. I have already been involved in many video calls and witnessed how several decision makers and therapists can be involved in one appointment without having to travel. The right solution can be reached quicker and with everyone’s approval in much less time. Our 14-day Suitability Guarantee backs this up giving clients plenty of time to try products without the risk of ending up with inappropriate solutions or losing their money.”

Glen has completed his extensive initial training and is now working alongside fellow Trusted Assessors as he develops his own client list. He is thriving in his new position as he concludes:

“I’m proud to have joined such a caring and positive team who thoroughly believe in a client-centric approach. Theraposture has a respected reputation within the industry which hand on heart, I will be upholding through my two decades of sector experience. The reward I gain from helping people and seeing the difference quality, appropriate equipment makes, has always been my motivation – this will continue with Theraposture.”

Outside of work Glen enjoys spending time with his friends, cooking and coarse fishing.

New online booking system launches for popular therapist-led video assessments

Theraposture, the leading specialist in Adjustable Beds, Chairs, and Care Cots, is experiencing growing demand for its latest OT-led, personalised video assessments and product demonstrations – following the introduction of a new web appointment calendar.

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Theraposture video assessments and product demonstrations with Shaun Masters, OT.

As the pandemic continues, the popularity of ‘Theraposture Covid safe services’ is on the rise. Offering an alternative to home visits, video appointments provide a face-to-face opportunity for the Theraposture Occupational Therapist (OT), Shaun Masters, to assess individual needs, answer questions and see a client’s environment. Home assessment visits are still available if requested and appropriate, however for clients who are shielding or who do not want visitors, the option to choose a video call provides peace of mind.

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Shaun Masters, OT, can use a variety of video conferencing options including Zoom, Teams or WhatsApp. Once a booking has been made, he calls the client to discuss their product requirements and to ensure the technology is all set up before the appointment.

Bookings for Theraposture’s new service can be made by telephone or by Theraposture’s new online calendar booking app. Simple to use, visitors simply click on an available date, select preferences and the appointment is booked with the OT. Individual or multiple products can be seen in one appointment with several participants on the same call. This provides a highly efficient method of discussing suitable assistive equipment without travel or physical contact – hence Covid-19 risk free. In one video call, solutions can be discussed will several stakeholders responsible for care which saves times for all involved.

Shaun Masters, OT and Trusted Assessor, is leading the new Theraposture video services and believes working smart is the way forward to achieve faster positive outcomes. Shaun explains:

“As an Occupational Therapist I embrace change. Its prescription often enables an individual to maintain or increase their level of independence. The world in which we find ourselves living in at the current time, requires each one of us to change our day-to-day lives. So, by embracing this change, coupled with technology, we can promote optimum health and wellbeing in new and innovative ways.”

Shaun adds:

“Theraposture are using technology to complete video-based OT assessments via many different web platforms – this new way of working is quickly transforming our practice. We complete these in a timely manner as they can involve health professionals, carers, clients, and family members. The video assessment enables products to be viewed and demonstrated in a relaxed private environment, with full explanation given on specific features and functions prevalent to different pathologies. In my professional opinion, video assessments are very effective, and I strongly believe they will become normal practice within our continued new way of working.”

Theraposture video services are supported by its Covid-19 safe working practices which ensure product installations, service calls and home visits, of any kind, are safe for all involved. Technicians have a strict protocol and wear full PPE whilst ensuring clients are shielded during any customer facing interaction. This duty of care is backed-up by a 14-day Suitability Guarantee which allows clients ample time to use their new equipment and ensure they are 100% satisfied.

Video based assessment and demonstration service from Theraposture – working smart to keep you safe!

Theraposture has rolled out its new video assessment and demonstration service with positive results for clients and Occupational Therapists (OTs).

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A Theraposture client video assessment in progress.

Theraposture continues to provide essential assistive equipment to keep vulnerable individuals and those with restricted mobility, independent and safe at home. As suppliers of medical devices, Theraposture provide an essential service in supporting private clients, the NHS and Social Care OTs. Trusted and proven products, such as the award-winning Rotoflex Turning Bed, have been designed to enable independent and safe bed transfers and as a result, can help individuals benefit from reduced carer contact. In many cases, the Rotoflex can ensure independence for those who would otherwise struggle, thus avoiding residential care settings and hospitals – essential for significantly reducing the risk of Covid-19 infection.


Less risk of infection to our clients and colleagues


Theraposture are still firm believers in assessment-based provision hence have embraced technology to help with establishing suitability of a product. This results in less risk of infection to our clients and colleagues.

As an alternative to home visits, assessments and product demonstrations are being provided remotely by experienced equipment experts using video conferencing platforms such as Zoom and WhatsApp. This means that Theraposture experts can see the environment where equipment will be used and personally discuss and understand an individual’s situation. Products are demonstrated via video link from our demonstration room and in context to each person’s needs. Occupational Therapists also benefit from this service as they can join the platform – ensuring all stakeholders are included, whilst remaining safe. WhatsApp is proving to be the most popular tool for delivering video assessments.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director, explains:

“As an ethical business we are focused on providing a solution that meets the needs, wants and risks for each customer. To understand these, we need to assess each client however with many vulnerable people shielding, we have turned to technology to maintain this vital part of the process. Our live video assessments protect clients and give greater peace of mind during these challenging times. In our experience, most of our clients are delighted to have this option. If potential clients struggle with video calls, then supporting relatives or healthcare professionals assist, plus we always set up meetings so attendees just need to join.”

Liam continues:

“Assessments are centrally booked by calling the Theraposture offices on 0800 834654. Detailed questions are initially asked regarding the user’s situation and we discuss which equipment might be considered. The equipment itself can be prepared in our showroom so that it is possible to view more than one product in an assessment. Once delivered, our 14-Day Suitability Guarantee begins. This ensures that should a product prove to be unsuitable, it can be returned for a refund, modified, or exchanged.”

Specialist Rotoflex turning beds deliver critical home independence with reduced risk during COVID-19 crisis

We continue to provide vital support to vulnerable individuals during the COVID-19 outbreak through its award-winning Rotoflex bed and enhanced services.

As suppliers of medical devices and assistive technology, Theraposture provides a vital and essential service and will be able to continue to operate safely.


“The market-leading expert is recognised as an essential supplier and has the backing of the NHS and the BHTA and the major charities that they work with.”


The equipment that Theraposture provides is vital in ensuring that customers can remain independent at home and can avoid residential care settings. For example, by using the Rotoflex Bed it is likely that less external help will be needed to help with bed transfers and therefore the risks of spreading the Covid virus are massively reduced.Rotoflex bed with fabric surround

Senior Theraposture representatives with the award-winning Rotoflex rotational bed. 

The patented Rotoflex is a specialist bed that will safely and consistently help users get into bed, get out of bed and to stand up without the need of hoisting, stand aids or carers. The Rotoflex takes the user from a seated position to a lying position at the touch of a button. Equally the bed also helps users from a lying position to a seated position from where they can be safely helped to their feet.


“Our solutions are designed to help individuals stay at home safely and with peace of mind”


Vertical lift technology can then raise users, so they achieve a safer standing transfer intentionally without being tipped forward. This proven and trusted product provides independence, and as a result, reduces the need for carer givers.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director comments:

“Our mission is always to provide independence, care, and comfort at home through quality and proven adjustable beds, chairs, and care cots. This ethos is now more relevant than ever before with social distancing, isolation, and shielding to beat the spread of Coronavirus. Our solutions are designed to help individuals stay at home safely and with peace of mind – with the ability to reduce or eliminate care costs. With the increased risk of infection between clients and carers, the need for products that facilitate mobility at home is imperative.”

Theraposture virus safety suits and maskTheraposture has introduced enhanced COVID-19 focussed protocols and services so that its assistive products are still available to individuals who are at increased risk because of the need for carers coming into their homes.

Many users of Theraposture products live with Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s. These progressive debilitating conditions can make daily tasks like beds transfers difficult and sometimes dangerous. With a solution such as the Rotoflex bed, the immediate and future needs and risks are fully met.

This means that users could avoid residential care, hospital stays and the need for care packages. In addition, without appropriate and effective assistive equipment in the home, the risk of injury from falls is increased which can lead to undue pressure on the NHS. This furthers the risk of infection from COVID-19 hence Theraposture is continuing to provide products and equipment servicing if requested and where appropriate.


Theraposture’s key workers are operating with utmost caution and protection as per the government’s latest guidance


Theraposture’s key workers are operating with utmost caution and protection as per the government’s latest guidance which is continually reviewed. New services have been introduced such as group video client assessments which support end-users and Occupational Therapists so the duty of care can be maintained.

 

Liam concludes:

“We continue to receive high numbers of calls from existing and potential new customers seeking solutions for increased safety at home. Our Rotoflex bed is an exemplary product that delivers a proven alternative to domiciliary care and relocation to residential or nursing care. Add to this our comprehensive OT-led advice, partnership with Parkinson’s UK, we are helping to support the NHS and reduce unprecedented pressures on social care.”