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Naidex Returns for 2021 

Posted in General News on Monday, June 14th, 2021

The organisers of Naidex are pleased to announce that the event will return to the NEC in Birmingham on 15th and 16th September. Naidex caters for people with disabilities or health conditions and their carers, organisations working on their behalf, professionals searching for accessibility solutions and various companies selling their independent living solutions.  

The event will feature a range of speakers from the independent living sector including Disabled Motoring UK and exhibitors will be showcasing their latest innovative products. Paralympic Gold medalist Naomi Riches will be among the speakers and she will be providing an inspirational talk about her life and career as an Olympic rower. 
The Mobility Test Track has been a popular feature of Naidex for a number of years and it returns this year giving visitors the opportunity to test out mobility scooters and wheelchairs on a variety of different terrains to make sure they are making a suitable purchase. Naidex also includes the Live Sports Arena which is specifically designed to encourage visitors to get involved in new sports and there will be several sports-related activities for visitors to try. 

Naidex Trade is another important aspect of the event which brings manufactures of mobility and independent living products together with retailers and distributers in a business focused environment to provide fantastic networking opportunities for the benefit of the organisations involved and the independent living sector as a whole. 

The event is co-located with Dementia, Care and Nursing Home Expo, Home Care Expo, Neuro Convention and Smart Home for Assisted Living. These events provide great networking and learning opportunities for professionals working in the fields of care, neurology and smart care technology. 
If you would like to register for Naidex or make an enquiry about exhibiting at the event visit the Naidex website.

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