Jiraffe will be one of around 100 exhibitors at the event and will be on hand offering advice, expertise, and specialist information from stand D1.
Jiraffe will be showcasing some of their products, including the Rifton Adaptive Tricycle, Junior +, Ropox Vision Table, Rifton Pacer, Standz 2, Dreama, HTS, and a range of therapy items on their stand.
As they return to the first Scottish Kidz to Adultz event since 2016, Jiraffe will continue to adopt a cleaner look and feel to how they display their products. They will have a significantly larger floor space than they have had previously and proudly elevate their products on bright and vibrant coloured plinths to showcase their entire range.
Having a larger floor space will allow Jiraffe to demonstrate the breadth of their portfolio, encompassing products for effective 24-hour postural management, showing several product demonstrations, and discussing follow up sales opportunities for the company. This will enable Jiraffe to provide consumer confidence and a strong brand presence.
Kayleah Cooper, National Clinical Training Manager and Qualified Physiotherapist at Jiraffe, will be hosting a seminar titled ‘Fitness and fun: Meeting the new activity guidelines for children with disabilities – how can we rise to this challenge?’
Join Kayleah in Room 2 at 10am, where she will share current knowledge to support evidence-based justification for the clinical use of adaptive tricycles to benefit the health of children and adults with physical disabilities.
Kayleah’s seminar will discuss product solutions for adaptive cycling that meet specific medical conditions to enable opportunities for physical activity in the home and in the community.
To support the seminar, Jiraffe will have an on-stand product demonstration of the Adaptive Tricycle by Rifton, showing how the product can improve balance, coordination and strength in children with disabilities.