Before utilising TiMband treatment, we offer a no-obligation appointment in which we will assess your baby’s head shape and advise on options to resolve the problem. The assessment appointment is valued at £120 but we know that parents are often unsure exactly how severe their baby’s head shape is. Because of this, we offer this appointment as a FREE service to you.
If you require us to write letters for your GP, to create a scan viewer USB, or if you would like us to monitor changes from repositioning techniques, then a fee will apply.
The TiMband™ is modelled to the exact shape of your baby’s head and is made by expert orthotists. This plagiocephaly helmet will gently correct the head shape as your baby grows, whilst being comfortable and safe to wear.
Plagiocephaly Helmet Cost
If TiMband treatment is appropriate for your baby and you decide to proceed, the cost of our plagiocephaly helmet is £2,025 (including VAT). This fee covers all appointments, the TiMband, regular reviews and adjustments, phone support, and a final scan. It also includes a unique memory stick containing your baby’s before and after scan, complete with interactive software to allow you to see how your baby’s head has improved in 3D. When necessary, letters or reports to your doctors will also be included in this price.
Technology in Motion work with Zebra Health Finance to offer customers finance at Representative 12.9% APR (fixed).
To apply click on the link www.zebrahealthfinance.com and enter the Access Code of 2626396 Technology in Motion (where requested in your application).
- Simple and quick application process
- Fixed monthly payments over a term that enables you to budget
- Once approved, the loan money is paid directly to Technology in Motion
Amount of Credit £1,425.00 Total Amount Repayable £1,520.88. Repayable by 12 payments of £126.74. Interest rate 12.19% pa variable. Representative 12.90% APR variable.
Example based upon loan credit facilities of £1,425.00, repayable over 12 months. An advance deposit payment may be required by Technology in Motion for the goods provided. Other Terms and Conditions apply. Acceptance subject to credit status.
Many parents choose to pay for the TiMband treatment through sponsorship events and community fundraisers. Our expert practitioners, as well as our community of parents and friends, can provide advice on how to go about this.
Additionally, if you are having funding difficulties, there are dedicated charities that can help.
Headstart 4 Babies
Headstart is a small charity run by parents, for parents. The charity is dedicated to helping those who have difficulties paying for flat head syndrome treatment. Set up by Philip Saich, with a group of like-minded parents who work as trustees, Headstart launched in 2005 and has since helped hundreds of parents. We know HeadStart4Babies well and they have helped many of the babies that we treat. They know and understand the issues surrounding flat head syndrome treatment and will also provide independent advice and support.
For further information contact HeadStart4Babies here: headstart4babies.co.uk and to register with their Just Giving Page, Click here Just Giving: Headstart4Babies.
Tree of Hope
Tree of Hope is passionate about improving the health and lives of sick and disabled children resident in the United Kingdom. Their donations assist in the provision of grants that allow children to obtain medical surgery, treatment, therapies and equipment – including corrective treatments for flat head syndrome – which would not otherwise be available to them.
We know Tree of Hope well and they are great in helping parents by assisting with payments and helping parents to fundraise to meet the cost of treatment. With the guidance and approval of medical practitioners, Tree of Hope will fund grants for medical treatment and therapy within the medical private sector in the UK. The charity will also fund surgery and treatment by medical specialists abroad, where the specific knowledge and facilities are available, to treat children as quickly as possible.
For further information, contact Tree of Hope here: www.treeofhope.org.uk, and they will let you know if and how they can help.