Recare returns to Kidz Middle with world-class wheelchairs and seating for disabled children
Recare, the family-run specialist in assistive equipment for children and young adults with disabilities, will be showcasing its leading wheelchairs, seating and clinical services at Kidz-to-Adultz-Middle.
Kidz to Adultz Middle, Thursday 17th March 2022, 9.30am – 4.30pm.
Ericsson Exhibition Hall, Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry. CV6 6AQ. Stand D11.
Free entry and parking.
Organised by the charity Disabled Living, Kidz Middle is a popular exhibition which showcases the latest products and services to assist people up the age of 25 with restricted mobility. Occupational Therapists, families and disabled children will be able to discover equipment innovations and talk to product specialists on one-to-one basis. There will be a CPD seminar programme for professionals and an array of opportunities to meet with leading experts in rehabilitation, charities, and support services. Recare will be one of the most prominent exhibitors and its friendly team will be on hand to offer clinical advice on all aspects of wheelchairs and specialist seating for children.
Recare is a trusted provider of high-quality brands such as Motion Composites wheelchairs, Benoit Systemes power add-on devices, Permobil powerchairs, PDG Mobility durable manual wheelchair products, and the renowned Supracor Stimulite Honeycomb Cushions. Its stand at Kidz Middle will particularly highlight its speciality in complex powerchairs, backed up by impartial professional advice.
Recently launched additions to the Recare paediatric range will also be on stand D11. These will include the new Leon F Kameleon powerchair from Karma. Recare will also be inviting visitors to experience the PDQ Fuze paediatric tilt-in-space wheelchair which provides a robust and compact wheelbase ideal for children.
In terms of its advanced clinical services, Recare will provide a glimpse of its new Free Complete Specialist Seating and Rehabilitation Solutions Clinic – a first in the UK.