We catch up with the latest news from our Innovation Centre, designing cool products to help children discover life and have fun alongside their friends.
“How fab is this? Cerebra’s Innovation Centre made my daughter Blisse a portable unit for her equipment ready for when we move to her bungalow. It means when Blisse is unwell I can take her to my bedroom or living room and not worry about having it laid on the floor etc with wires everywhere. It has extra shelves to put other things such a pads and toys. It will eventually also have a pole to attach her feed machine to as well. We love it. Her nurse last night was very impressed with it. Thank you so much to the team who made this and put such a girly stamp on it for us”.
— Laura, Blisse’s mum
Slumber Camp Bed
We’ve been asked many times recently for a product to help with changing children when out and about. Unfortunately this has had us stumped, as we have been unable to design something that we are able to make with the materials and processes (not to mention budget!) available to us. However, we have found a solution that might suit some people. The Freedom Trail Slumber Aluminium Camp Bed is a great little camp bed that folds away to 90x19x9cm but when assembled it is 40cm off the ground and long enough for an adult. Although it requires 5 minutes assembly, it will keep children off of the floor whilst changing. We appreciate that is only goes a small way to helping with a very difficult situation, but hope that it might be of help to some of you.
Prince Edward visits ALEX
Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex recently officially opened the University of Wales Trinity St David’s Alex Building in Swansea, home to our Innovation Centre. He particularly enjoyed chatting with our team and meeting some of the families that we have helped with our innovative designs. You can read about his visit here and watch a short film of the visit here.
Congratulations to Ross Head, Product Design Manager at our Innovation Centre, who has been awarded the title of Associate Professor. So, it’s now Associate Professor Ross Head, Product Design Manager, CIC. Congratulations Ross!