Cocoon-Like Bed Aims To Keep Kids With Special Needs Safe
[Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via Disability Scoop]
Rose Morris just wanted a safe place for her son Abram to sleep; she ended up building a specialty bed business that’s just earned national recognition from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The idea for her enterprise, Abram’s Bed, LLC, came nearly a decade ago, one afternoon after her two youngest had gone down for naps. She describes it as “divine” inspiration.
Rose and Jeff Morris’ son Abram had been diagnosed with autism at age 2 and, like half the children along the autism spectrum, he had trouble sleeping. On any given night, the exhausted parents might hear him up at 1 or 2 in the morning, out of bed and playing
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