Naidex celebrates 45th anniversary

Posted in Courses & Conferences on 25th Jan 2019

With last year’s edition still sending ripples throughout the entire health, care and rehabilitation sectors, Naidex will look to inspire, educate and motivate over 15,000 visitors for its 45th edition.

The show will be bringing back together the very latest solutions in healthcare, allowing professionals in the industry and carers to stay up to date and improve the lives of people living with disabilities. Naidex will also feature countless interactive features and cover some of the industry’s key topics.

CPD Accredited Sessions

Naidex is a fully accredited event, meaning that all 250 seminars and interactive sessions at the show, including the ones at the Moving & Handling Lab, are, in fact, CPD accredited.

All the knowledge you’ll gather at Naidex will be formalised into a structured and recognisable approach, and is focused towards helping healthcare professionals improve their skills, development and proficiency.

A Deeper Look at Mental Health

In 2018, mental health has been a massive talking point. So, this year’s Naidex will look to help you find the best solutions and tools to improve the mood and mental health of disabled people with conditions such as anxiety, autism, depression, and more.

The show will also be running alongside two industry leading events – the Dementia Care & Nursing Home Expo will return as the hub inspiring business growth & a sustainable social care model and the European Neuro Convention will gather brain and spine experts from all over the world over two days.

Events like Naidex contribute to bringing the world of disability and healthcare forward, and we’d love for you to join us on the 26th & 27th of March 2019 at Birmingham’s NEC. Get your FREE tickets at www.naidex.co.uk

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