Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who was The Safety Sleeper developed for?

    Anyone living with a diagnosis that affects sleep or having a night-time sleep schedule. These individuals may experience wandering at night, elopement, falling out of bed during seizures night tantrums, head banging, inability to self-soothe due to over-stimulation; hurting self, damaging the home or the inability to discern safety issues.

  • What are some diagnoses that benefit from The Safety Sleeper?

    Alzheimer’s Disease, Angelman’s Syndrome, Autism, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Dementia, Down Syndrome, Epilepsy, Genetic Disorder, Mitochondrial Disease, Sleepwalking, Smith Magenis Syndrome (SMS).

  • Is The Safety Sleeper covered by insurance?

    In many states, The Safety Sleeper has been covered through Medicaid, Medicaid HMOs, Medical Waiver and in several cases – private insurance. Each state is different in coverage and most insurers require a physician’s prescription and letter of medical necessity. Our Customer Care team is available to assist you with resources to help with the insurance approval process. Call us at 724-96-SLEEP or email sales@thesafetysleeper.com.

  • How does The Safety Sleeper compare in price and value?

    Less than $4,000, The Safety Sleeper is the most affordable bed on the market against comparable bed systems. Lower priced options exist, but they do not offer long lasting durability and protection and are meant for only small children. Other more comparable beds range in cost from $4,000 – $12,000.

  • How easy is The Safety Sleeper to assemble?

    The Safety Sleeper should take 15 minutes to assemble. Instructions are included with the product and a link to our assembly video is provided. Here are two important tips about the assembly of The Safety Sleeper: 1.) The Coverlet functions as the sheet for your bed. It is designed to fully enclose the mattress and has a hidden zipper. There is a separate video about the coverlet on our website. 2.) The air mattress is for TRAVEL USE ONLY. For daily use, a standard twin/full size mattress between 9-11 inches high is recommended.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who was The Safety Sleeper developed for?

    Anyone living with a diagnosis that affects sleep or having a night-time sleep schedule. These individuals may experience wandering at night, elopement, falling out of bed during seizures night tantrums, head banging, inability to self-soothe due to over-stimulation; hurting self, damaging the home or causing res due to inability to discern safety issues.

  • What are some diagnoses that benefit from The Safety Sleeper?

    Alzheimer’s Disease, Angelman’s Syndrome, Autism, Brain Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Dementia, Down Syndrome, Epilepsy, Genetic Disorder, Mitochondrial Disease, Sleepwalking, Smith Magenis Syndrome (SMS).

  • Is The Safety Sleeper covered by insurance?

    In many states, The Safety Sleeper has been covered through Medicaid, Medicaid HMOs, Medical Waiver and in several cases – private insurance. Each state is different in coverage and most insurers require a physician’s prescription and letter of medical necessity. Our Customer Care team is available to assist you with resources to help with the insurance approval process. Call us at 724-96-SLEEP or email sales@thesafetysleeper.com.

  • How does The Safety Sleeper compare in price and value?

    Less than $4,000, The Safety Sleeper is the most affordable bed on the market against comparable bed systems. Lower priced options exist, but they do not offer long lasting durability and protection and are meant for only small children. Other more comparable beds range in cost from $4,000 – $12,000.

  • How easy is The Safety Sleeper to assemble?

    The Safety Sleeper should take 15 minutes to assemble. Instructions are included with the product and a link to our assembly video is provided. Here are two important tips about the assembly of The Safety Sleeper: 1.) The Coverlet functions as the sheet for your bed. It is designed to fully enclose the mattress and has a hidden zipper. There is a separate video about the coverlet on our website. 2.) The air mattress is for TRAVEL USE ONLY. For daily use, a standard twin/full size mattress between 9-11 inches high is recommended.