Shaun Masters OT to deliver educational care cot seminar at Kidz to Adultz South

Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist and Trusted Assessor, in association with Theraposture, will be delivering a seminar at the Kidz to Adultz South exhibition.

Exhibition details

Thursday 16th May 2019, 9.30am – 4.30pm,
Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre, Farnborough, GU14 6FD.  Stand F1.
Free entry and parking.

What you’ll find

The Kidz exhibitions organised by Disabled Living provide a unique opportunity to see the latest products and services for disabled children and young adults.

Accredited Seminars

The showcase includes a series of CPD accredited seminars for professionals and families which cover a range of issues relevant to independent and assisted living.

By attending these sessions, healthcare professionals can gain valuable hours to their CPD portfolio and discover the latest educational material that assists their clients.

Shaun Master OT demonstrating adjustable foot rest

Shaun Master OT demonstrating the Rotoflex bed’s footrest.

Shaun Masters, OT, will present:

Becoming confident in prescribing cot beds for better sleep hygiene, client care and moving and handling

Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist, BSc Hons
16th May, 10:30am, Seminar Room 2

More about the Seminar


The seminar will explore the difficulties faced with prescribing paediatric sleeping solutions. It will explore the wider implications on health and day-to-day function whilst examining our nature to care for others. Topics will also highlight future proofing for a child’s needs as they progress, become older, heavier and stronger and how this has an impact on the parents/carers abilities. Parents still want to hold, lift and nurture their child, but is this sustainable when looking at safe moving and handling?

Learning outcomes

  • Have a greater understanding of the wider implication on achieving good sleep hygiene
  • Prescribe the most appropriate cot bed for your client

About the speaker

Shaun Masters is a registered OT with over 15 years of public sector experience. He specialises in community-based re-enablement and has particular expertise in moving and handling – both in
adult and paediatric sectors.

Shaun will be available throughout the exhibition on the Theraposture stand, F1, for further questions and to discuss client cot needs on a one-to-one basis.

Educational seminars by Shaun Masters OT

Occupational Therapy Show.
Stand B41, NEC, 21-22 November.

Invaluable advice for assistive bed solutions

CPD accredited 15 Minute live seminars will be held throughout the two days including the New Rotoflex 235 Plus bed and Mascot Mk2 Cot. Professionals and Press welcome.

Shaun Masters, OT

Shaun Masters, OT and Trusted Assessor, will be delivering a series of engaging assistive bed-based educational presentations. 

Shaun has extensive experience within community-based re-enablement in the public sector.

He will be sharing his experience and knowledge in a series of  CPD accredited presentations so that OT’s can gain invaluable advice and insight into assistive bed solutions for Adults and Paediatrics.

The Rotoflex Turning Bed System and Mascot Care Cot will be demonstrated – highlighting how these unique products can lead to better client independence and well-being along with substantial care and equipment cost savings.

Seminar schedule

‘Legs into bed’ seminar

Enabling independent transfers for those unable to safely get into or out of bed.

This outline presentation will highlight the key considerations regarding a safe transfer into, out of and away from a Turning Bed System – featuring the new Rotoflex 235 Plus rotating bed.

Learning Points

  1. To have a clear understanding of the client groups that are suitable for specific rotating beds
  2. Understand the benefits of leg elevation in relation to pressure care management
  3. Gain specific knowledge that will support clinical reasoning when prescribing a rotating bed
  4. Increase confidence to ensure interventions meet the client’s long-term needs


‘Modular Cot Bed’ seminar

Future proofing specialist beds for children. Featuring the Mascot Mk2 care cot. 

This outline presentation will focus on:

  • Considerations when prescribing a sleeping solution to meet changing client needs
  • Features that enable easy cot reissuing and recycling


Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director:

Liam Braddell“Shaun is a valued member of our specialist team as he provides clinical understanding that enhances our service.

As a practicing OT, he can fully appreciate the challenges healthcare professionals face in terms of balancing quality equipment provision and cost to statutory services. His CPD accredited seminars at the OT Show will provide a free opportunity to understand how Theraposture products deliver the best of both worlds – providing outstanding quality, innovation and unsurpassed life time value.

I would encourage all visitors to attend our series of short, succinct seminars that will clearly explain key considerations for occupational improvement in the bedroom for both disabled children and adults.”

Event URL: The OT Show

New Rotoflex and Age UK bed range at Rise 4 Disability

At Rise 4 Disability, we will be showcasing the extended Rotoflex bed range with the world’s-first powered rising heel support and the latest Age UK Beaumont adjustable bed.

18th September 2018: Rise 4 Disability, Kent Showground. Detling, Maidstone, Kent. ME14 3JF.
Stand C17. Open 9:30am – 4pm

NEW: Optional powered rising heel support for Theraposture Rotoflex beds

The original and trusted Rotoflex is the ONLY rotating bed that can be supplied with the patented powered rising heel support to provide fully supported leg elevation.

  • Pioneering technology
  • Invaluable relief from circulation and pressure and fluid retention issues.
  • New feature can only be specified on Rotoflex beds from Theraposture*

* Within new products or retrofitted to existing models.

Theraposture stand showing Rotoflex

JUST EXTENDED: Rotoflex Range

Each Rotoflex bed represents a revolution in care cost savings as it gives independence to users and can typically save up to £27,000* a year when carers are reduced from two-to-none.

The new Theraposture range includes

  • Rotoflex 200 Mk2 bespoke – a tailor-made solution available in a variety of sizes and styles
  • Rotoflex Low 200 – the lowest access rotating bed for smaller or shorter users
  • Rotoflex 300 – assured bariatric support with user weight capacity of 250kg (39 stone)
  • Rotoflex Community 175 – a bed designed for NHS/social care loans
  • New Rotoflex 235 Plus – an inclusive, streamlined solution that is suitable for a wide range of needs with a powered rising heel support as standard

Rotoflex 235 rotating

* Based on example county council care costs


Shaun Masters, Occupational Therapist and Trusted Assessor comments:

Shaun Masters, OT“I have worked with a significant number of clients who experience difficulties with bed transfers. I am confident that the Rotoflex is the most appropriate intervention available in meeting their needs and allowing participation in activities of daily living.”



NEW Age UK Beaumont adjustable bed

The Beaumont bed is a new contemporary and luxurious design that encompasses extensive in-built technology.

Beaumont adjustable bed

These features include:

  • Powered massage
  • Built-in USB sockets
  • Profiling mattress
  • Intelligent memory positioning
  • Quality of finish that would enhance any bedroom

As with all quality Age UK adjustable beds from Theraposture, the Beaumont provides mattress profiling so owners can achieve their ideal sleeping position for maximum comfort.

Available as either a 3’, 4’ or 4’6’’ wide bed for one person or 5’ or 6’’ wide bed for two people, the Beaumont can be handcrafted in a variety of fabrics to suit all styles and tastes. The full range of Age UK adjustable beds includes other models with variable height as well as profiling.

Nursing bed

There will also be a Theracare nursing bed displayed on the Symmetrikit stand (E11) so visitors can appreciate the ideal compatibility of Symmetrikit postural sleep systems and Theraposture beds.

New OT and Trusted Assessor – Shaun Masters

Theraposture is delighted to announce the appointment of Occupational Therapist Shaun Masters to its team of Trusted Assessors

Qualified as an OT since 2011, Shaun brings a wealth of clinical knowledge to Theraposture and its clients.

Shaun Masters, OT

Before joining our Wiltshire-based specialist, Shaun was responsible for delivering community-based re-enablement in the public sector.

Local Authorities and residents in Hampshire, Berkshire and Dorset all benefitted from his diligent and pro-active approach to occupational improvement. Shaun has expertise in moving and handling in both adult and paediatric sectors so is ideally qualified for a Trusted Assessor role.

Based in Winchester, Shaun is now responsible for serving healthcare and consumer clients in Southwest England, South and Central Wales.



Shaun comments:

“I am thoroughly enjoying my new role at Theraposture. As I have been an OT forseveral years, I have already regularly recommended Theraposture products as they always provide positive outcomes. Superior quality, reliability and design all combine to provide better clinical care, comfort and safety so independence and occupational performance is maximised. The care cost savings achieved by Theraposture assistive beds, particularly the range of Rotoflex Turning Beds, are significant and represent the most appropriate intervention for safer recumbent-to-standing transfers.”

Shaun adds:

“The Theraposture team and existing clients have all been very welcoming to me. My ethos will be to make a clear difference to individuals seeking greater independent mobility whilst delivering educational material to assist fellow peers. Making a difference to peoples’ lives is why I trained to be an OT and continues to motivate me every day. Now part of the highly respected Theraposture team, I can offer clients comprehensive advice from both a product and clinical point of view.”

Outside of work

Shaun is an avid downhill mountain biker and through family experience of disability, he runs to raise funds for charities such as Macmillan and Spinal Research.
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