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Do you use a hoist at home to put your child to bed? Then take a look at the short demonstration videos about using a CloudCuddle bed tent in combination with a mobile hoist or a ceiling hoist below.
Nikki is a pretty good sleeper, according to her mother Christel Groenewegen. The only condition is that she can’t get out of bed herself. That’s why, when she became a little older, the toddler bed with wooden bars from the first years of her life was replaced by a larger version. But when Nikki became too tall for that too, a custom children’s bed from Atlas came into the house.
Yasmara Olyslag is the mother of Jochem. She writes for the contact magazine TSC of the Tuberculous Sclerosis Foundation Netherlands (STSN). Her son has TSC, an inherited disorder in which benign tumors develop in various parts of the body. Also common in people with TSC are social and emotional problems, epilepsy and/or intellectual disability and autism. About 1 in 6,000 people have TSC.
Since the relaxation of the corona measures, CloudCuddle has seen a significant increase in the sales of mobile bed tents for children with disabilities: CloudCuddle Junior.
Spiros Chalos has Greek roots. That is why he and his family regularly go to the Hellenic Republic to visit family. With his ten-year-old son Philip, this is not a matter of course. Philip has Joubert’s syndrome, a very rare hereditary disorder.
“For us, the adapted travel bed from CloudCuddle is a revelation,” Jill Bruynseels explains. “Staying with grandma, my sister-in-law or going on vacation with the whole family was always a big problem. For Marthe we then took a travel bed that is meant for babies and toddlers. But my daughter of seven didn’t like that at all.
Kimberly Verstraeten is a mother of three. Liam (5) is the middle one. He has Smith Magenis Syndrome, a genetic disorder. This manifests itself in muscle weakness, motor problems, scoliosis and developmental delays.
Children with Down syndrome have more problems sleeping than other children. Often the issue is not only the child’s own sleep but also that of the parents and any other family members. In this article you will read more about sleep problems in children with Down and possible solutions for them.