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The Children’s Accident and Emergency Department at Calderdale Royal Hospital sees around 16,000 children a year who are sick or injured and need emergency care.  Visiting A&E may be scary and confusing for children, but having a calming and welcoming area to wait in can help to alleviate worries and stress. The team at Royal Calderdale want to upgrade their existing waiting room to a bright, spacious area with sensory wall panels and an LED projector to create soothing lighting effects. The equipment should last at least 15 years, benefiting many thousands of children visiting the A&E unit each year.

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“Several pupils in the class use the Acheeva bed as part of their postural management program and it has been absolutely invaluable.”

Kira Bühler
Deputy Head Teacher
Lancasterian School, Manchester

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