‘Kidz-Scotland’ helps Theraposture deliver positive outcomes for all

We are pleased to report our stand at the recent Kidz Scotland exhibition, received a healthy number of visitors including many healthcare professionals and families with disabled children.

Our Trusted Assessors received several requests for home assessments and spent time discussing in detail our safe sleeping solutions with the Theraposture high-sided Hannah cot attracting particular attention.

Theraposture’s Trusted Assesor, Jean-Luc Durand with guests at our Kidz Scotland stand.

Kidz Scotland provided the ideal opportunity for us to engage with carers and families so that the right assistive cot and bed solutions could be recommended for children with disabilities. Our Mascot delivered a show highlight through its unique ability to be fully modular ie. it can be easily adapted to meet the changing needs of a child. This flexible and adaptable design is a world’s first and provides the most cost effective choice available today. Through its ingenious design, cot configuration can be simply modified to accommodate a growing or developing child – hence eliminating the need to purchase a new cot. A true ‘future-proof’ solution.

During the exhibition, we were delighted to welcome existing customers onto our stand including the Bermingham family. Young Connor Bermingham is a proud owner of a Mascot cot and fully enjoys the comfort and safety it provides when playing and sleeping. Owning this quality, power-adjustable cot was deemed suitable following a comprehensive assessment by one of our Trusted Assessors, Jean Luc Durand. Its provision was also supported by a donation from the Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children – our chosen charity partner that together helps us provide life-changing beds and cots to families in need.

We look forward to welcoming large numbers of visitors onto our stand once more at the next Kidz event – ‘Kidz-to-Adultz up North’. This recently expanded event will provide assistive products and services for a wider range of ages – from young children to disabled adults in their 20’s. We will be on stand B10: Kidz-to-Adultz up North, Thursday 19th November 2015, EventCity, Barton Dock Road, Manchester, M17 8AS. 9.30am – 4.30pm

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