BaKare Beds supply class-leading healthcare nursing and comfort beds, having previously won prestigious awards for new products. The BaKare vision is to enable all people in need of care to live their life as independently as possible through the use of technology. BaKare promote this philosophy with the beds’ functions, which meet care giving requirements by allowing clients to care for themselves through the use of technology.
Typically provided without side rails and with a low footboard to retain the homelike feel, they may be modified to include side rails should requirements change.Enquiry
Standard features include:
- motorised profiling and height adjustment (38 – 80cm)
- Central locking castors
- Electronic handset control
BaKare Residential Beds
BaKare’s Residential beds’ homely appearance and features provide all the functions necessary to assist with mobility & comfort within the home or residential homes, without compromising the look and feel of the bedroom. Typically provided without side rails and with a low footboard to retain the homelike feel, they may be modified to include side rails should requirements change. Standard features include: motorised profiling and height adjustment (38-80cm), central locking castors, and electronic handset control.Enquiry
Smirthwaite Foxdenton Chair
A basic school chair with a little extra support
Foxdenton is a basic classroom chair for children from the age of 3 years who require minimal levels of postural support when seated. Foxdenton is a simple chair that fits into any classroom environment.
The Foxdenton has simple side supports that may be adjusted to help keep your child’s pelvis better aligned. A flip-up footrest also enables your child to sit in a more comfortable position.Enquiry
Just a quick reminder about Symmetrikit Family Workshops…….
Over the years we have found that the introduction of Sleep systems is most successful with a planned approach.
We find the best way to plan the approach, to set goals and manage expectations is to fully involve the client and their family in the process and this is why we offer assistance in doing this with our free Families Workshops.
We have been running these short workshops since 1999. If you have not been involved in one, (or it was a long time ago!) this information may help : We recommend a therapist gets between 4 to 6 families who are interested in night time postural care, together as a group, for an informal teaching/planning meeting involving about 2 hours of both theory and practice.
We provide a trained Symmetrikit Sales Manager who the therapist can then contact as required to do either the practical session or both the practical and theory elements; how much is up to you. If you have an experienced user or carer available who is willing to participate, then that will certainly offer reassurance to the families.
The outcome should be a better understanding of the benefits of 24 hour postural care (i.e. why it is worth trying something new?) and an action plan. If trials are to be implemented then review dates should be set.
If you are not currently involved in this programme and would like to know more about the workshops, please contact Fidelis (Ireland) on 028 (048 ROI) 2553 2777 or Tracy (Scotland) 01309 676677, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
or click on Family Workshops to download resources directly from SymmetriKit.com