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Safespace Safespace Safespace Sleep System 3
Safespace Sleep System
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Safespace room and sleep system. Custom-made soft room for adults or children. Designed to provide a safe area where the user cannot hurt themselves on hard surfaces. Can be used as a bedroom, resting room, play room, ball pool, or sensory room. Allows for use of existing fixtures and fittings, for example plug sockets, while maintaining them out of the reach of the occupant of the Safespace. Options: viewing panels; roll up wall; internal white wall for use as projection screen for sensory display; tube holes for use of medical equipment etc; colour choice. Accessories: water resistant floor and wall seams; range of mattresses, mats and padded wall panels; removable window blinds to create low stimulation environment or adapt for sensory use; soft play shapes and soft furniture; projector and fibre optics kits; visual deterrent panels that conceal the gap between the Safespace and the wall.



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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

The Safespace is designed for individuals who require safe surroundings at home or in a school environment. The flexible sides and soft floor reduce the risk of injury from hard surfaces providing peace of mind for parents and carers. It is extremely versatile and can be designed in a range of sizes and colours with a number of design features to best meet the needs of the user.

Who is the Safespace® suitable for?

The Safespace® is suitable for children and adults with complex needs including autism, epilepsy and challenging behaviours.

Manufacturer's Contact Details



361 Burnley Road





01706816274 info@safespaces.co.uk

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Key Features

  • Safe, strong and durable for adults and children
  • Designed to meet complex needs
  • Significantly reduces the risk of injury from hard surfaces
  • Calming low stimulation environment Calming low stimulation environment
  • Easily transformed into a sensory space

Product Dimensions

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Product Specification

Bespoke finishes
Easy to clean
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