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» Bedrooms for all ages

An enclosed bed for special needs children

Please note: The picture above shows an older model, the frame pads have been updated in the new model.

A Safe Sleeper and safe space for patients with Autism, Seizures, Epilepsy, Angelman’s Syndrome, Alzheimer's

A special needs bed for autistic children

Similar to a special needs crib, crib tent or tent bed

Special Needs Bed

Please note: The picture above shows an older model, the frame has been updated in the new model.

Travel bed, portable bed

» Full / Double sized Safety Sleeper™s

For children and adults with special needs

Available as in double and full sizes

Please note: The picture above shows an older model, the bedframe has been updated in the new model.

» Bed entry options

Standard side entry
This picture shows the standard entry option of a Safety Sleeper™ with the door fully opened. The entrance can either be on the right or left side of the foot of the bed.

The Safety Sleeper shown with standard entry

Additional end of bed entry
If you need to access the head of your loved one or just want more flexibility, you may want to opt for an additional end of bed entrance, as shown in the picture below.

The Safety Sleeper shown with second entry at the foot of the bed

Extended side entry
Alternatively, the standard side entrance can be extended, allowing to better lift your loved one into the Safety Sleeper™ or just to give him or her more space.

The Safety Sleeper shown with an extended side entrance

The Safety Sleeper shown with wider entrance

Side entries on both sides of bedframe
For a full or double sized Safety Sleeper™ a second side entrance (on the opposite side) may be helpful for better access.

The Safety Sleeper shown with two entrances on both sides

Bedframe with side entries on both sides and an end of bed entry

The Safety Sleeper shown with three entries

» Box spring or not? You have many options!

Please note: All pictures shown in this section show older models, the bedframe has been updated in the new model.

The Safety Sleeoer can sit on the boxspring

The Safety Sleeper™ bedframe can sit on a box spring (picture above) or directly on the floor (picture below).

The Safety Sleeoer can sit directly on the floor

The Safety Sleeoer can sit on and in the bedframe

Usually, the Safety Sleeper™ sits on the bedframe but it can be customized to fit in a captain's bed, with the mattress sitting inside the bedframe.

The Safety Sleeoer can be fitted for a captain's bed

Please note: All pictures shown in this section show older models, the bedframe has been updated in the new model.

» Helpful custom options for caretakers

The following custom options were inspired by customers like you;
you have asked... and we made it possible.

An additional end of bed entrance
can be helpful if the caretaker needs to access the head of patient.

Customize to your special needs: Additional end of bed entrance

A second side entrance,
opposite the standard entrance, allows easier access (recommended for full / double sized Safety Sleeper™s).

Customize to your special needs: Second entry

An extended side entry
makes it easier to lift the patient in and out of the Safety Sleeper™ (for more pictures, check section "Bed entry options").

Customize to your special needs: Extended / wider entry

Frame pads
which cover the bedframe are recommended for patients suffering from seizures.

Customize to your special needs: Additional cushons for protection

The inside pocket
can be used to store eye glasses or communication devices.

Customize to your special needs: Storage pocket

Stimulating toys can be attached to the inside loops.

Customize to your special needs: Attachment loops

Access points (two on each side)
can be used to secure feeding tubes, cables for a seizure monitor or pulse oximeter etc.

Customize to your special needs: Multifunctional access points

» Pictures can be misleading...

We have tried hard to capture all aspects of the Safety Sleeper™ as realistic as possible. Still, most pictures of the Safety Sleeper™ with the opening closed (as the one above) show the screen material way too dark.

The Safety Sleeper offers comfort and a safe space to calm down.

The picture below shows how your loved one would see his or her surroundings from inside the Safety Sleeper™: The screen material lets much more light through than it appears from the outside! Your loved can clearly see what's going on in the room, even watch TV from inside the Safety Sleeper™!

The Safety Sleeper keeps special needs children safe at night

» Taking care of an adult

For adults with seizures

Please note: The pictures show an older model, the bedframe and frame pads have been updated in the new model.

For adults with Alzheimer's

» Attaching stabilizing straps

Stabilizing straps are recommended for adults

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