Part of United Care’s SEN Patient Handling Equipment offering is our ability to listen and adapt to what our SEN customers really need.
We have completed multiple SEN projects across the country, working closely with the architect, main contractor and school.
United Care works closely with the clients, builders and architects to understand how best to create a space that is functionally useful but also fits around the user’s needs.
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Almost a ﬁfth of children in Britain are identiﬁed as having special educational needs (SEN). It is estimated that around 7 per cent of children are disabled and a signiﬁcant number of children have both SEN and a disability. Most children with SEN and disabilities are educated in mainstream schools. Around one per cent of the total school population is educated in special schools.
Part of OpeMed’s SEN Patient Handling Equipment offering is our ability to listen and adapt to what our customers really need. We have completed multiple projects for both Mainstream and SEN Schools across the country, working closely with the architect, main contractor and school. Requiring both adaptations of existing facilities (classrooms, assisted bathrooms and sensory rooms etc.) and the creation of Hoisting and Changing solutions for new build additions.
Students with disabilities require adaptations to classrooms, assisted bathrooms/hygiene rooms, sensory rooms and the creation of Hoisting and Changing solutions.
With theyear about to end, have you prepared for your student in the new year? That’s where we can help.
With extensive experiance installing Ceiling Hoists, Changing Tables, Shower Trolleys and other items into SEN and Mainstream schools, our Specialists can support and guide you through ensuring your school caters for your Student’s needs.
Published by the government you can download the Building Bulletin 102 on “Designing for disabled children and children with special educational needs“.
This publication outlines guidance and advice for both mainstream and special schools. The bulletin outlines and suggests use of a Ceiling Hoist for physiotherapy rooms, sensory rooms, medical rooms and hygiene rooms. The Bulletin also talks about use of a Ceiling Hoist for hydrotherapy pools as a effective way to gently hoist a child into water whilst ensuring they are suitably safe and secure.