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jess1975 Thu 13-Mar-14 21:53:00

Anyone got either of these that could advise. We're looking into one for our four year old.

sunflower12345 Fri 14-Mar-14 19:23:07

We have safespace for our 5 year old daughter.She had it for over a year now and it's been great.I can't imagine our life without one now.It's very expensive but we got it funded by one of the charities.I can be sure now that my child is safe in her room at night and not overstimulated during the day.We use it as a sensory room too as on one of the walls is white and we use a projector for it.
If you have any more questions just ask but I recommend one definitely.

jess1975 Sun 16-Mar-14 21:57:05

Thanks Sunflower. Have had a chat with a charity who sound like they would be willing to fund one providing we supply appropriate references. Charity have said they will only provide single bed size safespaces. What size is yours. My ds has a small room so a smaller safespace would be ideal. My partner and I haven't shared a bed together now for a year so I think it really will be the answer to our prayers and I also think our little man will love it. The projector sounds good. Did you buy projector from safespace as well?

sunflower12345 Mon 17-Mar-14 17:40:20

We had to give up our bedroom for the safespace because it was bigger.
The single matress fits in it plus there's an extra meter next to it so it seems quite spacious.The charity funded the matress together with the safespace.
We got the projector funded by another charity and it was ordered from Spacekraft.

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