KayserBetten offers a complete line of enclosed beds that are diagnosis specific. Certain diagnoses or medical conditions require a combination of unique features to meet the needs specific to the diagnosis. Listed below are KayserBetten models that were designed and are currently in use for specific medical conditions. For over 30 years, KayserBetten has been designing and manufacturing beds to meet specific requirements. Families often share testimonies of how functional the beds are and what a difference the bed has made for the entire family.

Huntingtons Disease Special Needs Bed
Huntington’s Disease – (Huntington Hannah or Ida bed)

An inherited disease characterized by the progressive loss of brain and muscle function.

Angelman Syndrome Special Needs Bed
Angelman Syndrome – (Hannah bed)

A neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by intellectual disability, sleep disturbance, seizures, balance issues, feeding difficulties, increased sensitivity to heat, speech impairment, ataxia, strong fascination with water and a happy demeanor.

Rett-Syndrome Special Needs Bed
 Rett Syndrome – (Hannah bed with articulation)

A rare genetic postnatal neurological disorder primarily affecting females. Clinical features may include; sleep disturbances, breathing issues, scoliosis, microcephaly, language, learning, communication and coordination difficulties.

Prader-Willi Syndrome Special Needs Bed
Prader-Willi Syndrome – (Hannah bed with a solid floor)

A genetic disorder that causes poor muscle tone, slow development, obesity, diabetes, intellectual impairment, behavior issues and a constant feeling of hunger.