Trabasack February Newsletter - All the best from our blogs and websites
The latest innovations and news in healthcare
February maybe the month of love but at Trabasack HQ it’s been the month of craft. With kids’ crafts and a spotlight on our Trabasack Curve Connect as a handy craft tray and bag we’ve been getting stuck into all sorts of sensory play and crafting fun.
Throughout February we’ve been looking back at some of our older posts, especially with 3D printing in the news with an F1 car design and a life being saved with a 3D printed heart model.
We’ve also been looking into the sensory fun that can be had at Naidex 2014 and how to use your Trabasack as a handy food tray for buggies and car seats - with some great tips for buggy friendly snacks.
Check out the end of the newsletter for our fun Trabasack Spotted! - showing off one of our fab Trabasaxons on their travels, with their Trabasack in tow. If you’ve got a pic you want to share we’d love to hear about it and maybe you’ll be ‘spotted’ next!
Product of the Month: Trabasack Craft Tray
Have you ever thought of using your Trabasack as a functional and comfortable craft tray? The Trabasack Curve is the ideal surface for small craft projects and has the additional bonus of its bag space to store all your crafty accessories and creations.
The Curve allows you to enjoy your crafty hobbies whether you’re at home or on the go and can be purchased for just £44.95 here.
Trabasack: Kids’ Craft Tray Bag
Arts and crafts are a huge part of our children’s development and the whole family can enjoy crafting. Our Trabasack bag is perfect for small kid-friendly crafts so whether you’re enjoying a Hama beads session or making your own clay or dough you can make it more easy and enjoyable with Trabasack. There’s the added bonus of our non-slip map for easy cleaning and tidying. Read more about our kids’ craft ideas here.
How might 3D Printing help Disabled People?
3D Printing is an exciting innovation in engineering and we took a look at it from a disability perspective. An exhibition at the Science Museum London shows off some of the many uses of 3D printing and there are many ways 3D printing can help people with disabilities. You can find out more by taking a look at our post.
Sensory Play at Naidex National
We told you last month that the Trabasack team would be returning to Naidex National this year and we’re been checking out some of the other things going on. The RNIB Pear’s Centre for Specialist Learning is running Early Years Sensory Play Sessions at Naidex and you can find out more by reading our post.
Access the High Street with Trabasack
Many UK high streets are still inaccessible or difficult for wheelchair users to use. A new report published by the Trailblazers Young Campaigners group looked closely at the trials faced by wheelchair users in city centres as we think our products can make things a little easier.Find out more about the campaign and our take on it here.
Our first Trabasack Spotted! feature shows our pal and loyal Trabasaxon Alan Thomas enjoying a scone outside the Welsh Parliament (Senedd). He was there representing Ataxia UK and rare diseases for Rare Disease Day which takes place on 28th February. Alan works tirelessly to represent and support people living with Ataxia and is often spotted out and about with his Trabasack.follow on Twitter | friend on Facebook | forward to a friend | Follow on Tumblr | Visit our You Tube Channel | Visit our new shopCopyright © 2014 Trabasack, All rights reserved.
Add a Comment