About the Bed
Loving and caring parents developed this bed after spending countless nights awake with an autistic child. This unique bed allows your child to be surrounded by safety while giving you the peace of mind to get a good night’s rest.
Do you have a child that has a diagnosis in the autism spectrum that prevents them from sleeping a “normal” amount?
Do you have to be up all hours of the night to make sure that your child is safe?
Are you one of the thousands of parents suffering from sleep deprivation right now?
If you have a child that needs care throughout the night, this bed was made for you!
“This bed allows my wife and I the opportunity to sleep through the night because we know that Noah is safe and happy. This bed has literally changed our lives as well as Noah’s. I cannot imagine my life the last three years with out this bed!!!” – Matt Volk – Noah’s World Bed Creator
Like thousands of other families affected by autism, we stayed up night after night with our loving boy. Since this was our second child, this was natural for us a first. We soon discovered that Noah was not progressing normally, and he was soon diagnosed with autism. Three years passed with my wife and I caring for our boy. Every night was different, and we never felt rested.
When Noah turned three he became too big for his crib. We feared he might climb out so we moved him into his own bed. This began a whole new set of issues for us. Now that he had freedom, we would find him getting out of bed and exploring throughout the night. We were concerned about this because his room is on our second level and right next to a tall set of stairs. We began looking for solutions. Certainly other parents were dealing with this. What were they doing? Were we alone? We searched and searched the Internet looking for answers but the only thing we found were hospital beds that cost more than $10,000. This was not going to work for us. So we began to think about how we could fix this on our own.
My neighbor and (now) business partner was in the carpentry business and had been building cabinets and furniture for the past 20 years. He and I talked about the situation and began to design and develop this bed. The design went through numerous revisions and tweaks until we got it just right–that was close to three years ago, and this bed has changed our lives in so many ways.
- Sleep through the night knowing your child is safe
- Give your child a safe place to sleep
- Provide a contained play environment for your child
- The bed is designed to fit a standard twin size box spring and mattress, is very easy to assemble and, portable.
- The bed is available in different colors for the frame and fabric to match your child’s room.
We recently received a U.S. patent for the bed and have decided to make this bed available to other families who are currently facing this issue.
Noah has been in his bed for three years now and absolutely loves it. He is still up at night, but he is zipped in safely and the rest of the family can sleep knowing Noah is happy and safe.
The patented design of the Noah’s World Autism Sleep Bed is amazing. The wooden construction is finely crafted out of solid wood by co-founder Chris Stupp, who has more than 20 years’ experience as a craftsman and successful business owner. The cushioned inside padding is soft to touch and the zippers are strong and resistant to breakage. The exterior of the Noah’s Bed is individually sewn and we use only the strongest materials to maximize the strength and durability of the bed. We have made the best bed we could mostly because we knew our child was going into it.
Each bed is individually inspected for quality before it is shipped to you. We’re confident you will get the best bed on the market for autistic children. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, please contact us immediately so we can help make it right for you. If we cannot solve your issues or objections, we will gladly refund 100% of your purchase price.
Noah’s Bed was awarded United States Patent number US D554,871 S on November 13th , 2007.