The Dreampad was initially designed as a relaxation tool for children with high levels of anxiety, including those with trauma and autism. As parents and therapists used it, feedback came pouring in. The product worked: it helped calm kids of all ages, going to bed was no longer a chore, kids were sleeping better and behaving better. In many cases, a single child’s improved sleep had shifted the dynamic of the entire household.
The new Dreampad line of four pillows was released in 2016 along with a new music app of ten songs specifically engineered for deep sleeping. Although the transition from pediatric therapy pad to the new Dreampad took a while, there are some benefits in having moved slowly. Most importantly, we can be confident that it is safe and that it works for most people. (Therapists report the Dreampad has helped about 80% of their clients.)
The gradual development of the product also allowed us the time for research. Third party researchers have measured the effects of the Dreampad on various groups, including ADHD, Autism, PTSD, seniors and adults with stress-related sleep challenges. Some of these were formal studies intended for publication, some were less formal pilot studies. In all cases, the results were powerful indications of the Dreampad’s unique impact on relaxation and sleep.
We continue to learn more about how and who this unique technology can help. Send us your feedback and suggestions. Team Dreampad reviews research proposals as well as requests from non-profits supporting those in need of less stress and a good night’s sleep.
Sleep is at the core of everything we do. Our mission is to help people relax and get the sleep they need to be their best every day.
We strive to support organizations and individuals whose focus is improving health by alleviating stress and improving sleep; these include women’s shelters, trauma relief, war veteran groups, autism and sensory processing disorder organizations.