Sleep Systems

Sleep System

The Simple Stuff Works Sleep System is one of the most effective systems on the market for positioning both children and adults in therapeutic, supportive positions for long periods of time. If used correctly it can be very effective in helping to prevent and restore body shape distortion and it is known to make people feel very comfortable and to help them sleep well.

Postural care is a gentle form of physical therapy used to
protect body shape. People who find it hard to move, at any
age and for any reason, often spend long periods of time in
one position. Over time, this position can become obligatory
and lead to changes in their body shape which can cause
secondary complications. Respiratory and digestive difficulties
can become common, as well as musculoskeletal problems.

The Simple Stuff Works Positioning System is designed to be
as comfortable, hygienic and safe to use as possible whilst
helping individuals to maintain a position that reduces the risk
of body shape distortion. All pieces can be mixed and matched
to find the perfect solution for every individual.

Features:
The base of the system comprises two layers of nonslip mesh,
between which supports are placed around an individual.

The mesh is fully washable, air can pass through it for breathability and it is also silent to use.

Supports can be removed, replaced, moved into different positions without a
sound being made! Perfect if the positioning system is being used at
night time.

It is also one of the most hygienic materials available for the
use in sleep systems as it contains silver which actively combats
communicable diseases such as MRSA, Salmonella and EColi
through the application of SteriTouch.


For more information call us on:02890 745333 (add +44 for international calls)

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