Theraposture, the leading specialist for tailor-made adjustable beds, chairs and care cots, will be providing informative demonstrations of its trusted Rotoflex turning bed system and future-proof Mascot cot at Rise 4 Disability Maidstone.
7 September: Rise 4 Disability, Stand B1, Kent Showground, Maidstone, ME14 3JF, 10am – 4pm, free admission.
Theraposture and its bespoke products are the considered choice for families, healthcare professionals and individuals living with disability. Each handcrafted solution is carefully considered through assessment based provision and by working closely with Occupational Therapists so that personalised needs are met every time. Theraposture’s proven and ethical approach will be demonstrated at Rise 4 Disability alongside flagship equipment from its range and free educational literature. This collateral will include indispensable user case studies that prove the effectiveness of Theraposture products along with funding and advice guides.
In terms of products, the original Theraposture Rotoflex and fully modular Mascot will be demonstrated on stand B1 and in the professional ‘Speed Sourcing’ sessions. A Theracare Low bed with be available on the Symmetrikit stand.
Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director comments: “Our exhibition displays and ‘hands on’ workshops are always popular and we expect interest to be high once more at Rise 4 Disability. Consumer and professional visitors will have the opportunity to learn why our approach is so considered and how this clear difference benefits carers and disabled people. Over and above our understanding approach to client support, visitors will see that our specialist products have been designed in a more considered manner. We believe no other manufacturer has the range we provide and products that deliver such durability and long term value.”
Liam continues: “Considered ergonomics are the hallmark of our vast tailor-made range. The sophisticated and highly durable Rotoflex rotational bed is testament to this with over 20 years of refinement. This dependable solution with precision German engineering and steel mechanisms provides utmost stability and safety through features such as a vertical seat lift. It will not tip users forward like a rise and recliner chair when completing a sit-to-stand transfer – essential for those with neurological conditions. With its electrically operated profiling, height adjustment and rotational action for easier access in and out of bed, our Rotoflex is proven to reduce carer dependency, increase independence and save around £27,000 per annum in care costs. Rise 4 Disability will be our latest platform to showcase these considerations and why we have been the trusted choice since 1981.”
Liam concludes: “In terms of powered paediatric sleeping solutions our height adjustable Mascot Mk2 cot is also the considered choice. Designed to change as needs change its adaptable design means the Mascot is a cot for life and negates the need to purchase a new product in the future. It’s modular sides and doors are enhanced by a vast range of specialist mattresses and safety padding options. Handcrafted with young users in mind it provides a welcoming and assuring space without feeling enclosed. This approach, that considers the preferences of a child, is reiterated in our latest #MySafePlace social media campaign. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to learn more about this and why statutory cot funding such not be affected by the subjective deprivation of liberty issue as it does not apply to those aged under 18.”