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One of the largest, FREE UK exhibitions dedicated to children & young adults with disabilities and additional needs, their families and the professionals who support them.
120+ exhibitors offering advice and information on funding, mobility, seating, beds, communication, access, education, toys, transport, style, sensory, sports, leisure and more!
FREE CPD and topical seminars for parents and professionals.
Boost your CPD portfolio and gain credits by attending one or more of the FREE 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 additional needs, and the professionals who work with them. Moving and handling, toileting issues, sleep issues, seating, sensory processing, behaviours that challenge, Autism, transition, employment, legal matters and more….
The speakers will also be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. For professionals, certificates of attendance will be available to collect on the day. Entry is FREE on a first come, first served basis. Children welcome.
Visitor’s FREE entry tickets available!
Kidz to Adultz Scotland Free Seminars
Exhibitor List for Kidz to Adultz Scotland 2016
“I have been to Kidz to Adultz Scotland for the last two years and each time I have learned about new products and services available to us and met parents with the same questions and concerns that I have. We share information and knowledge about products that have worked for our children. We get to meet representatives from companies, organisations and charities that can help us and many people have answers and solutions there and then on the day. You can try out products with the children, such as sleep aids, toys, seats, sensory equipment and see how they respond to it there and then.” Visitor to Kidz to Adultz Scotland 2016
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