Brand New Products for a Brand New Decade!
As we enter the new decade, it is often a time to look ahead to the future and speculate on what the next 10 years may bring. While significant advancements have been made in medical advancements and healthcare since 2010, there is still a lot of room for growth for better products and a higher quality of care. For us at Centrobed, we are looking at how to continue helping provide specialist care products and to reach an even greater range of people with complex conditions.
This year Centrobed introducing two new paediatric products to help improve the safety and quality of care for children with complex needs. We will be showing a brand new paediatric bed at this year’s Naidex in March. For babies and younger children with complex health needs or require a high level of constant care, Centrobed will be revealing a brand new cot this year.
Centrobed recognizes that children are one of the most vulnerable groups when it comes to complex conditions and can be one of the most difficult groups to provide appropriate care for. Children who are born with or develop severe debilitating conditions are often unable to communicate their needs or issues that they are facing and are likely completely dependent on parents or carers to have a good standard of living. Having to care for a young child with these needs can put the parents and guardians own physical and emotional health at risk. Our paediatric products are designed to benefit the child and the parents, improving the quality of living for both of them, enabling as much freedom and independence as possible to lead an enjoyable typical life.
A bed can be as comfortable or effective as possible but it will not mean anything if the person is unable to actually access or get into the bed. There are several reasons why this could happen but two of the most common are having limited space or room for a bed and having physical difficulty getting into the bed. Centrobed will be revealing a new line of low-start beds, ideal for assisting those who are unable to get into a standard bed and for those who have strict restrictions for spare room for a bed.