Kidz to Adultz Scotland
Kidz to Adultz Face to Face Events Organised by Disabled Living – We’re Back Live!
Thursday 8th September 2022, Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
An event dedicated to children and young adults with disabilities and additional needs, their parents, carers and the professionals who support them.
We are delighted to bring Kidz to Adultz Scotland back to the newly refurbished Lowland Hall at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh. Held every 3 years, this event offers much easier access to the Kidz to Adultz events for people in Scotland, from Edinburgh to Glasgow, the Highlands to the Lowlands and beyond!
Register for free to attend Kidz to Adultz Scotland! If you require further information please contact the Kidz to Adultz team. Tel: 0161 214 4592. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRegister & receive updates
Where is Kidz to Adultz Scotland?
Royal Highland Centre, Lowland Hall
100+ exhibitors offering advice and information
Our exhibitors offer advice on many areas including funding, mobility, seating, beds, communication, accessible vehicles, education, legal matters, sensory and much more! Visit our exhibitor list to learn more.Book a stand Floorplan
FREE CPD Accredited topical seminars
Boost your CPD portfolio and gain credits by attending one or more of the FREE CPD and topical 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. Visit our CPD seminars page for more information or click the button below.Seminar Timetable
What our exhibitors and visitors have to say
Scottish Autism: “There’s always such a great atmosphere at Kidz to Adultz and we had a lot of really good conversations with visitors and other exhibitors. Our seminar being full to capacity was also a highlight!
Jeane Freeman, Minister for Social Security: Kidz to Adultz Scotland does an important job in bringing together disabled children and young adults, their parents, carers and other professionals to share the latest information on the support available, alongside a programme of professional development.Sponsorship and Advertising