As the trusted specialist in care cots and beds for disabled children, Theraposture has successfully demonstrated why its Mascot cot is the only fully modular paediatric sleeping solution at Kidz-to-Adultz-North (Stand B10. 17 November, EventCity, Manchester).

The Theraposture team at Kidz-to-Adultz-North were busy throughout the show demonstrating the unique benefits of the Mascot care cot. Pictured from left to right: Jean-luc Durand and Steve Keetley, Theraposture Trusted Assessors; and Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director.

Since 1981 Theraposture has provided quality electrically adjustable cots and beds so that children and young adults with disabilities can benefit from greater comfort, support and safety. With functionality such as height adjustment and profiling these products also ensure parents and carers can support at a safe working height without the risk of back injury from excessive bending. Theraposture works closely with Occupational Therapists so that positive outcomes are achieved for all with the provision of appropriate equipment every time. The Mascot Mk2 Care Cot is one of Theraposture’s most popular products as it provides a ‘future-proof’ solution that can be adapted as needs change. It negates the need to purchase a new cot in the future and hence delivers outstanding longevity and value – a cot for life. Despite it being one of the most cost effective care cots available the solid Beech Mascot still offers exceptional handcrafted quality with safety padding that is precisely fitted.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture Sales Director commented: “If parents care for a disabled child they require a cot that provides exceptional flexibility – the Mascot is the answer. There is no other adjustable paediatric care cot that offers the retrospective adaptability of the Mascot with features such as interchangeable 4-8 door access on both sides, dividers to customise internal space and wide-ranging door inset designs. With these unique features parents and carers can continue to care for disabled children without compromise even if conditions develop or change. Combined with our 14-day Suitability Guarantee and the expert advice of our Trusted Assessors, we are able to provide the ideal proven product and an unsurpassed service for peace of mind.”


Liam adds: “It was a pleasure as ever to meet so many families, carers and therapists at Kidz North who were keen to learn why our products are trustworthy. Our free sweets and chocolates were very popular as ever! All visitors were able to see demonstrations of the Mascot and Hannah cots and our Theracare adjustable bed for young adults. Following the success of our stand in Manchester we would like to invite all OTs to come and see us at The OT Show on the 24th and 25th November – our complete Rotoflex rotational bed range will be on display.”

Theraposture Limited

Theraposture Limited is the UK’s leading specialist in assistive beds, chairs and care cots. Incorporated in 1981, it is a caring and ethical family company with an outstanding reputation within the healthcare industry.

Regularly recommended by professionals who include Occupational Therapists, GP’s, Nurses, Case Managers and manual handling advisors, Theraposture is seen as first choice for reliable, quality assistive furniture. Trusted Theraposture solutions improve the dignity, care and well-being of many individuals living with disability across the UK.

Theraposture is well respected and regarded as a leading expert in its field. It is a highly pro-active member of the British Healthcare Trades Association (BHTA) and fully complies with Trading Standards. Theraposture takes its corporate social responsibilities seriously and is key sponsor of the Disabled Living Foundation charity (DLF). It has also been accredited as a corporate friend of the College of Occupational Therapists.

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