Everyone knows the feeling of exhaustion that follows a few nights of poor sleep. For children and adults with sensory processing disorder, lack of sleep is a frequently occurring phenomenon which negatively affects the whole human ecosystem that surrounds them.
Through gaining an understanding of his own sensory quirks, as well as his close friendship with a boy with Down Syndrome, Caleb Polley was inspired to found Cubby Beds, a company that makes medical beds of a very special kind.
You’ll hear about the numerous features that differentiate Cubby Beds from other beds in their category, including safety sheets and circadian rhythm lights. Caleb explains how the company goes the extra mile for their clients by helping them access insurance, and shares his exciting plans for the future to further enhance sleep, safety and sensory regulation for a demographic group often sidelined by society.
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Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Cubby Beds Email Address
Cubby Beds Contact Number - (855) 964-2664
Cubby Beds on Instagram
Cubby Beds on Facebook
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National Seating and Mobility
All Things Sensory on Instagram
All Things Sensory on Facebook