When children wake up often throughout the night, it means sleepless nights for both the child and the parents, as well.
For restorative sleep, you need a balanced ratio between relaxation, positioning and movement. This balance is disrupted in children with special needs, leading to sleep disorders.
Another primary concern is night time positioning. While it is a relatively new therapy, night time positioning has been shown to be beneficial to many but it is fundamentally different from day time positioning.
Our bed positioning products supports the individual in a symmetric posture while they are asleep and can be used reduce the build up of pressure points, thus increasing comfort and the likelihood of an undisturbed night’s sleep for both them and their family.