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Not only the Best International Independent Living Exhibition but also the best International Trade Exhibition!
As the world leading ramp manufacturer we are exhibiting at Rehacare 2023, located at Messe Düsseldorf, Germany. Why not arrange to meet one of our team to discuss how we can help you to cross sell, increase your sales and boost your profits?
We will be showcasing some of our unique ramps, including our new Aerolight, lightweight, high weight capacity suitcase ramp, our new Metro Budget-Friendly Folding Suitcase Ramp and our Permaramp, Semi-Permanent ramp.
Rehacare 2023, what is it all about?
It’s worth being there at Rehacare 2023 at Messe Düsseldorf from September 13th to 16th, 2023: You will experience the world’s largest trade fair for rehabilitation and care with the widest range of market participants live on site.
What awaits you:
- International product show for aids
- Around 600 exhibitors from more than 35 countries
- Various theme parks and specialist forums on social and professional rehabilitation, aids and their supply
- Largest range of well-known manufacturers of medical aids
- Innovative solutions for every area of life and every disability
Under the motto “Self-determined Living” REHACARE 2023 from 13th to 16th of September 2023 will be all about “Inclusion and Digitalisation”. The event will provide this unique community – comprising persons with disabilities, their families, carers and enterprises – with an international platform to network intensively with experts and like-minded people, make new contacts and learn about the latest developments and trends. The trade fair will present the complete array of solutions required for self-determined living, ranging from digital and analogue mobility solutions and assistive devices to care and therapy options, not forgetting inclusive sports and leisure activities.
“This year the focal theme of the trade fair will be people with disabilities at work and/or their integration in professional life – this is one of our key themes that always meets with plenty of interest and makes waves,” explains Hannes Niemann who goes on to say: “Centrestage in Hall 6 will be very concrete solutions that flag up what needs to be done to accomplish integration into working life despite impairments, and how workplaces can be re-designed. A whole host of people will be on hand for ideas and discussions. This year’s partners include the state of North Rhine Westphalia, Landschaftsverband Rheinland, the Federal Employment Agency and German Statutory Accident Insurance.”
Advancing digitalisation also plays a crucial role at Rehacare 2023. Digitalisation unlocks new possibilities to compensate for many impairments by technical means, to regain skills and to improve care. Innovative solutions such as digital nursing assistance systems, telemedicine applications, nursing robots, smart care beds and many other innovative products provide enormous support and help us rise to the challenges of an ageing society.
Just how fundamentally and profoundly digital aids can ease the lives of people with disabilities will be shown by Rehacare 2023 together with the most relevant actor in the industry, DATEurope (European Association for the Digital Assistance Technology Industry) at a joint stand.
A series of topics will be especially devoted to digitalisation in care. In this field Rehacare closely cooperates with the “Techniker-Krankenkasse NRW” sickness fund, which has promoted the implementation of digital solutions in care practice for years in a consulting, networking and financial capacity. This includes initiatives such as digital care planning systems, electronic documentation systems, telemedicine applications and mobile health Apps.
Rehacare’s own sports event in cooperation with the Disability Sports Club NRW (Behindertensportverein Nordrhein-Westphalen (BRSNW) already looks back on a long tradition. Visitors can get active across an entire sports hall. BRSNW offers various join-in activities and demonstrations for wheelchair users; in addition, guests can try out adaptive sports equipment and talk to experienced sportspeople and athletes. As highlights Hannes Niemann mentions climbing and skiing: “Last year, these features attracted long queues.” Other join-in disciplines include archery, table tennis and basketball. The German Sailing Federation will present inclusive sailing; though the hall will not be “flooded”, he admits, there will be a whole boat available for very realistic “dry-run” exercises.
Come and Speak to us!
Contact us today to arrange a meeting with one of our export team or come and visit us at Stand D18 in Hall 4.