The Beds by George Slumber designs and manufactures adaptive beds. Some other terms for these types of beds are: Hospital Beds, Institutional Beds or Safety Beds. There isnt a firm definition for a "safety bed". Beds by George defines them as providing:
Fall Protection: The structure should have some physical barriers to minimize the possibility of that a user could fall out of the bed, whether awake or asleep.
Protection from Entanglement/Entrapment: Beds by George has designed their beds to reduce any gaps or openings that could pose a threat to entanglement or entrapment.
Containment: The Beds by George designs are created to help keep a user safely inside the bed while awake. This can be a controversial topic. However, if a user does not have the ability to get out of a bed independently and/or cannot be unsupervised during mobility because they could harm themselves or someone else, containment may be a necessity for safety.
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