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A series of webinars for healthcare professionals has been released by Safespaces to provide information and guidance on Safespace products and how they can support adults and children with complex needs.

Developed for healthcare professionals, the webinars will be led by an experienced Product Advisor who will share their experience, best practice and success stories. Each session will include a live presentation followed by an interactive Q&A session.

The sessions will be hosted on Zoom and Safespaces is inviting all healthcare professionals to attend the webinars, which are as follows:

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Creating safer environments: An Introduction to Safespace products

Tuesday 25th August – 11:00 am

This webinar will provide an overview of Safespaces’ multi-purpose safe room and specialist high-sided bed range. The session will explore how each product is designed to meet the complex needs of its users.

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The Safespace: Challenging Behaviours, Sensory Processing and Sleep Disorders

Tuesday 8th September – 11:00 am

Focusing on the Safespace multi-purpose safe room, this webinar will explore the key benefits including improved sleep hygiene, behaviour, self-management and how it can be an effective tool to deliver a sensory diet.

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Assessment, Funding and Design: Meeting the Needs

Tuesday 22nd September 11:00 am

Not sure how to specify a Safespace product for a client? This session will walk healthcare professionals through the process including a joint client assessment, where to obtain funding and the design options available.

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Safespaces has confirmed that more webinars will be announced soon.

With over 20 years’ experience, Safespaces designs custom-made, safe, living spaces and beds designed for people with complex needs, including autism, epilepsy and behaviours that challenge. The company’s products are ideal for use at home, hospitals, schools, care and respite settings.

Safespaces works closely with families, carers and healthcare professionals to ensure a holistic approach is taken when designing a tailor-made solution.

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