Grandfather Makes Autism-Friendly Winnie-the-Pooh Bed

It’s natural to think kids are too young to understand safety. Most of them want to play and run around, so their guardians must keep them safe.Grandpas may not show their love as much as grandmas, but we know they love their grandchildren.

The grandpa who helped his autistic grandson deserves an award.He built him a Winnie-the-Pooh-inspired safe place to sleep.The Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation states that “Children with autism have a tendency to wander in the middle of the night.” Lock or baby-gate his room.

Though it may feel like you are imprisoning your child, this is for his safety and best interest.”His grandson’s name, “Mr. Sanders,” is on the front door, and Pooh’s friends, Eeyore, Tigger, and Pigglet, are waiting.

The “box” opens to reveal Winnie the Pooh’s bed and paintings.Grandpa made the bed with wheels so it can be moved and the “box” can become a bedroom.To protect his son, he included a smoke detector, CO2 detector, alarm system, and security cameras.He worked with the local fire department to get feedback on his design and ensure that the bed would still allow for emergency rescue and escape.Grandpa’s bed is amazing.

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