New care and mobility show to be launched in Ireland
12th November 2013
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It has been announced that a new care and mobility show will be launched next year in Dublin. The Care and Mobility Show will take place in Dublin in June 2014 and will be the biggest event of its kind in Ireland, providing an opportunity for those who offer services, advice and products such as home stairlifts and rise and recline chairs to meet the very people who are looking for them.
The new event will give those with mobility difficulties another chance to see and compare many products that could be of use to them, acting as a fantastic opportunity to find the best solution for their personal situation. Similar events have been well-attended in the UK, including Naidex and Naidex Scotland, and now the same opportunities can be enjoyed in Ireland thanks to the launch of The Care and Mobility Show.
The show is designed to provide information as well as opportunities to meet with those who can make bathroom adaptations, and its series of free seminars are not to be missed. Qualified professionals will be giving talks on a range of issues that can make independent living difficult for those with certain medical conditions - as well as their family and friends - including rheumatoid arthritis, muscular dystrophy, Alzheimer's and Huntington's, with the chance to ask questions and speak to the professionals afterwards.
The Care and Mobility Show will be held at the RDS Exhibition Centre in Dublin on the 13th and 14th June 2014 and over 150 exhibitors are already expected to attend, along with a number of professional speakers. All are welcome, including the families and friends of those with mobility difficulties.
Visitor registration will be open on The Care and Mobility Show website by spring 2014. Until then, the website has plenty more information about the show and what visitors can expect to find at the RDS Exhibition Centre in June 2014.
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