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Disabled Living has an excellent reputation of organising the very prestigious Kidz to Adultz event since 2001 and now hold five of the largest FREE UK exhibitions totally dedicated to children and young adults up to 25 years with disabilities and additional needs, their parents, carers and all the professionals who support and work with them.
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Posted by Kidz to Adultz Exhibitions on Thursday, 3 October 2019
These FREE exhibitions are a one stop shop for the most up to date advice and information on mobility, funding, seating, beds, communication, sensory, transition, education, housing, employment, accessible vehicles, transport, style, sports, leisure and much, much more.
Gain credits by attending one or more of the FREE CPD accredited seminars taking place alongside the exhibition. Seminars are presentations covering a wide range of issues and interests to families and carers of children with disabilities and special needs, and the professionals who work with them. The speakers will also be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. For professionals, CPD certificates of attendance will be available to collect on the day. Entry is free on a first come, first served basis.
Children are welcome to come along, try out the equipment and products, join in the fun and features and participate in the sporting activity sessions taking place throughout the day. Visit our upcoming Kidz to Adultz events page to find the nearest event location to you.
Key buyers from across the UK which include:
“We had an amazing time at the Kidz to Adultz event. The team loved meeting the kids, their parents and all the fabulous professionals offering support. Really privileged to be a part of the day.”
Slater and Gordon UK
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