I Need Help LYING DOWN
Therapeutic Positioning Equipment for Lying Down and Sleeping
For children who are not able to move themselves into a comfortable position and for those who require support to maintain specific positions to maximize their abilities and participate in therapy, there are many adaptive equipment options that offer just the support you are looking for! Whether support is needed in Prone(lying on stomach), Supine(lying on back), or Side Lying you will find everything you need at Adaptivemall.com. The most important thing we do while lying down…is Sleeping! The benefits of a good night’s sleep for individuals with special needs and their families cannot be under estimated. And often it’s one of the hardest things to consistently achieve. Sleeping and positioning systems that provide the ultimate in contoured support, pressure relief and the overall comfort essential to securing restorative sleep patterns, is available in the latest mattress technology. You will also find a complete line of therapeutic beds for children who present with increased safety concerns during the night or at nap time- the reason their caregivers can’t sleep.
Finding a Versatile Positioning Product that is Right for You.
With so many options available on the market today, selecting the right piece of adaptive equipment to meet your child’s unique needs can be confusing. The clinicians here at Adaptivemall.com want you to be confident in your selection. Always start by touching base with your child’s therapist. We are here to help with specific questions about our line of products. Adaptivemall.com is staffed by physical and occupational therapists and intervention specialists who are happy to provide you with custom advice. All adaptive equipment choices have been handpicked and recommended by therapists and families with special needs children. This equipment is appropriate for but not limited to use with children with diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy, Gross Motor Delay, Down Syndrome, Autism, Spina Bifida, Muscular Dystrophy and Traumatic Brain Injury