[caption id=”attachment_1038” align=”alignleft” width=”300”] Carl Thompson, get in touch if you want to be one of the first owners of a Trabasack in Australia[/caption] We have a new site for Trabasack in Australia. We are very happy to have nabbed a top blogger and dynamo to work with us. The first box of stock has been sent to entrepreneur Carl Thompson who will be launching it in Australia for us. Triumphant after completing his Bachelor of Business Honours degree course, he is keen to hear from anyone interested in trabasack in Australia. A few review samples are available for Oz bloggers over there so do get in touch. We are are focusing on Trabasack’s use as a wheelchair tray at first, as we know this is where one of its greatest advantages comes, although of course any one can use a trabasack and it has been designed as an inclusive product for everyone.
October Events: Come and see Trabasack at Naidex South
Naidex South is the homecare, disabilities and therapy exhibition for the South East and London which gives you the chance to test drive and try out the latest products and innovations in the social and health care sectors. The aim is to provide ideas and information of what is available for people who may have a disability, children with special needs, learning difficulties and long term conditions including arthritis, diabetes, dementia and autism. To help people find products services and organisations that will help them to live more independently.
London Excel Exhibition Venue
Taking place on 19th and 20th October at the Excel London Trade Expo, Greater London House Hampstead Road LONDON NW1 7EJ , Trabasack will be showing our very best products for anybody to try out and we’re happy to be joined by Guy Harris of DisabledGear.com who sells and markets fantastic wheelchair jeans and trousers.
As well as versatile innovations like Trabasack, you will also have the opportunity to attend CPD related conferences if you are a professional who works in the field and also take advantage of some of the great special offers only available over the conference period. These include:
Vegnari Magnet Therapy at a special offer price
Brolly Sheets at a price you won’t find on the high street or your usual online retailers
And many more.
Another great feature of Naidex exhibitions is The Car Zone, an area dedicated to the showcasing and display of vehicles specifically adapted for wheelchair users. With the support of the Blue Badge Network, you can have a look at some fantastic vehicle options and find out if an accessible vehicle is something which could be a great option for you!
The focus at Naidex South is independence and how technology can aid and develop the independence and personal freedom of those with disabilities. We at Trabasack feel very at home in the company of those at Naidex as we also support innovative and accessible technology, as our products clearly demonstrate!
Come and see Trabasack at Naidex and say hello we will be very pleased to meet you!
You’ll find both us and Guy of Disabledgear.com at stand C33.
Click NaidexSouth for our full press release.
Snack and Play Tray Kids Car tray Whether its within the car, on the bus or even on a aeroplane, youngsters can become completely unsettled and tired when traveling long distance (or maybe even short distance!). Im sure youve tried many different techniques to keep them entertained and subdued but in most cases you probably dread each and every time youve got a long distance to go. Youre worrying about :. a) How to keep your youngsters entertained. b) How to guarantee they dont make a huge mess of the back seat of the bus. c) How to stop yourself getting totally stressed out. We have the solution and its easy : Trabasacks. A Trabasack is outstanding buggy tray and travelling bag which will conveniently be used as a snack and play travel tray for whenever youre on the road with your children. You can involve your children on the whole experience from picking the snacks and games to carry in their Trabasack, that includes a wonderful bag facility along with a sturdy tray surface, to strapping their Trabasacks round their waists with its handy security straps and the play may start!. Some great ideas for your Trabasack snack and play travel tray. A Trabasack snack and play travel tray in use. There are many things you could pick out to fill your snack and play travel tray bag with and a few of our favourites will include :. Decks of cards for Snap or other simple and time consuming games!. Pocket sized books like Mr. Men or Pocket Book collections are a neat alternative for keeping weight down. Bottled water or fruit drinks bottles rather than tin cans to allow them to have the covers screwed back on so no danger of spillage. Yogurt tubes no need for spoons! Superb and an easy task to eat without mess or fuss. Mini cheeses again, in their own packaging and an easy task to dispose of. Fruit bags most supermarkets provide small fruit bags these days which are suitable for little kids who might not eat up a whole apple or orange for instance!. These are merely a few of our tips for a great snack and play tray. If there is any mess trabasack can be sponged down with a damp cloth or put it in the washing machine! It is machine washable at 30 degree on a low spin.
Of course, you can add your own ideas from your children’s personal favourites to any new experimental foods you want to test out! The Trabasack snack and play tray can be personalised however you like and you can truly breathe a sigh of relief as your kids are silenced by all the fun they’re having!
Using a Trabasack Car Seat Tray[caption id=”attachment_107” align=”alignleft” width=”200” caption=”A Trabasack car seat tray being put to good use!”][/caption]
There are many great uses for your Trabasack but have you considered using it as a car seat tray for your child when you’re out and about? It really is a great idea as you can keep your child both entertained and even fed and watered by simply strapping your Trabasack round their waist whilst they’re sat in their car seat.
Trabasack is even better than conventional car seat trays because it has its second fantastic function as a bag. This means you can pack up all the great snacks, books and toys for the journey and your child can pick and choose independently what they want to play with or what they want to snack on.
The Trabasack Car Seat Tray keeps toys in their place
To avoid the upset of a child losing their favourite toy, you can even secure it to the tray surface if you opt for the innovative Trabasack Curve Connect. The Connect surface allows for items to be secured to the car seat tray with Velcro hooks and then you won’t have to stop driving to pick up Mr Ted or whoever has inevitably fallen off your child’s lap.
One of the best features of the Trabasack car seat tray is its universality. It shouldn’t matter which car seat you have as the Trabasack is strapped around your child using its two long straps and rests comfortably on its bean bag cushion on their lap. It doesn’t need to be connected to the car seat itself at all so has no impact on the car seats functionality and safety and should work with all different types of seats.
Relieve the stress of travelling with a Trabasack car seat tray[caption id=”attachment_108” align=”alignright” width=”300” caption=”An example of some toys on a Trabasack tray surface”][/caption]
Stopping and starting every five minutes to pass your child a drink or fetch their favourite toy can be extremely tiresome so if you give them the responsibility of looking after their own toys and snacks and an innovative Trabasack car seat tray and bag to keep them safe, you should have far less diversions and therefore much less stress!
Using a Trabasack car seat tray is a great way of keeping your child settled and your journey stress free.
The simple way to produce a sensory garden.
We have made a small scale area as a sensory garden for our oldest, Joe who has dravet syndrome. We have used windmills, a colorful flag from a jumble sale and a few banners flowing from the trees. We additionally added a little water fountain, a pump in a timber barrel produces a interesting bubbling sound for Joe.
To find out about suitable plants for a sensory garden, I asked Garden designer and restoration specialist Charlie Blooms of
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To find out about suitable plants for a sensory garden, I asked Garden designer and restoration specialist Charlie Bloom for some ideas on the most approriate plants to choose: