REHACARE is the largest international trade fair for rehabilitation, prevention, inclusion and care. Over 800 exhibitors will be present at this year’s REHACARE showcasing the latest in mobility aids, aids of outpatient or inpatient care, communication technology, barrier-free living environments, ideas for leisure, travel and sports, and much more.
People with disabilities, those requiring care and the needs of elderly people will again be at the centre of attention at the international REHACARE trade fair in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Messe Dusseldorf is expecting more than 800 exhibitors from 33 countries, providing a comprehensive overview spanning six exhibition halls and covering everything that can make daily life easier.
The list of exhibiting nations ranges from Belgium to Cyprus and the trade fair will also include numerous joint pavilions. Countries such as Canada, China, Denmark, France, the Netherlands, South Korea, Taiwan and the UK will be represented not only with individual stands, but also with major country exhibitions.
REHACARE 2014 will be held in Halls 3 to 7 and 7a at the Dusseldorf Exhibition Centre. The product range will be aimed at professionals as well as disabled people and their families and will cover products and services for virtually all spheres of life and target groups.
Thanks to the presence of all internationally relevant manufacturers in the mobility segment, the product range at REHACARE will leave almost nothing to be desired. Covering everything associated with wheelchairs, mobility scooters and walking aids, this industry will be represented almost completely by over 200 exhibitors.
Tips and products on barrier-free construction and housing can be found in Hall 3.
Hall 4 will focus on disability aids and how to help disabled children to be mobile, to communicate, to lead independent lives and to participate in the world around them.
People with visual, speech and hearing impairments will find their own exhibition spaces in Hall 5, focusing exclusively on the information they require.
Leading care manufacturers such as AUDI, Daimler and Volkswagen will present their latest models, adapted to the needs of disabled people in hall 6. They will be supplemented by specialist manufacturers and service providers, realising customised conversions and installations.
HALL 7 and 7a
Hall 7 will provide information on Assistive Technology and Hall 7a will be transformed into a sports centre to highlight the sporting opportunities available for disabled people to get involved in.
WEALTH OF INFORMATION
Information and advice are of major importance at REHACARE. One third of all exhibitors are trade associations, organisations and self-help groups which actively carry out such work. They play a leading role in the organisation of special exhibitions on education and employment, on tourism and culture and on sports for disabled people.
REHACARE reaches a broad target audience of visitors with high levels of decision-making powers and professional expertise, including: experts and buyers of medical supply retail stores, rehab centres, healthcare, elderly care, doctors’ surgeries, labs and cost-bearing institutions, as well as from trade and industry, trade associations and professional media.
The trade show is the mouthpiece and most important information platform for people with disabilities and for those in need of nursing care and with chronic diseases, it is an important source of inspiration for fostering inclusion.
Opening hours: open to exhibitors daily from 9am-7pm; open to visitors Mon-Fri from 10am to 6pm and Sat from 10am to 5pm.
Visitor Price: Trade fair tickets are EUR 7.00 if purchased through the online shop and EUR 12.00 at the exhibition centre itself.
For more information visit www.rehacare.com