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Welcome to Naidex byThe best sensory resources and rooms from Mike Ayres show - filled with innovation,information andinspirationWelcome to Naidex South 2011, the event for thedisability, homecare and rehabilitation industry forLondon and the southeast. With a successful launchlast year, 2011 welcomes a number of new additions tothe show.See the best in inclusive design, new technologyand telecare products in the Independent LivingShow home, meet top industry experts wanting to discuss issuesconcerning your career, occupational therapy, physiotherapy andspeech and language needs and get advice on the psychologicaleffects of disability at Meet the Expertand take part in a rangeof sports showcased by local organisations in the ParalympicsSports Showcase.We are also excited to launch the Naidex Conferencedesigned forthe needs of healthcare professionals. Covering a range of clinicaland strategic topics, attend these free seminars for your CPD learningand pick up your Certificate of Attendance.For anyone interested in wheelchair accessible vehicles (WAVs) Iwould recommend they visit the Car Zonewhere many of the UK'sleading vehicle converters will be exhibiting the latest developments.Another feature is KideQuip, dedicated to children with special needs,their families and carers, where the latest products and informationwill be available. For visitors wishing to speak one on one with anoccupational therapist, come and Meet the OTwhich is being runby the College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section -Independent Practice. See a wide range of the latest communicationproducts, assistive technology and daily living aids by following theCommunication and Learning Trail, and meet universities, schools,educational organisations and charities for advice on getting backinto work, further education and for information regarding support forpeople with communication difficulties.Use this Show Guide to plan your visit and make the most fromyour day. With over 150 exhibitors to see, make your first stop theDisabled Living Foundation Information Point who can advise onthe exhibiting companies.Thanks for taking the time to visit us.Kind regardsLiz VirgoEvent Director, Naidex SouthWe would like to thank our supportersShOW OPENING TIMES: Wednesday 19th October 10:00 - 17:00Thursday 20th October 10:00 - 16:00Join our facebook us on twitter@naidexnationalSign up for our monthly the Naidex South CPD ConferenceWednesday 2Thursday 3Interactive Features 4-6New Product Launches8Show Offers & Competitions10Show Supporters 12Useful Information13Product Floorplan 18Exhibitor List 19Exhibitor Profiles21-36Published for Emap Connect by The Eventful Publishing Co Ltd43 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4800 Fax:0207324 4801Whilst every effort hasbeen made to ensureaccuracy in thecompilation of thispublication, theorganisers andpublishers cannot acceptany liability for anyerrors and omissions.We would like to thank our Charity ofthe Year, Mencap,working toimprove the lives and opportunitiesof children and adults with a learningdisability and their families andcarers. Visit them on Stand G31.Index 14-16

The Naidex South CPD byThe best sensory resources and rooms from Mike Ayres EducationHosting a whole range of clinical and strategic seminars over the two days in two specially designed theatres, these are essential to aid your professional development. Seminars are free to attend and Certificates of Attendance are available at the show to add to your CPD portfolio. There is no need to book, simply turn up on the day. However, we recommend you get there in plenty of time as places are limited and always popular. Attendance is based on a first come first served basis.STRATEGICTimeTopicSpeaker11:00CPD Audits - lessons learntJonathan Jones, Publishing Manager, Health Professions Council12:00An Age of Uncertainty? The future of home adaptationsin a changing world Sue Adams, Care & Repair England, The Renewal Trust 13:00Designing for disabilityCowan Architects, Fiona Reuter14:00DFG - impact of Comprehensive Spending Review Kate Sheehan, Independent Occupational Therapist15:00 Mind the Step: An estimation of housing need amongwheelchair users in England Dr Lynn Watson, HabintegGlen Joseph, Habinteg16:00Fundamentals of easy read Liz Stone, Accessible Communications Manager, MencapWednesday 19th OctoberCLINICALTimeTopicSpeaker11:00Environmental design and dementia Jackie Pool12:00Encouraging good practice in manual handling (people) Carole Johnson MCSP Cert Ed, National Back Exchange, Melanie Sturman-Floyd, Moving & HandlingConsultant13:00Sling risk aversion Richard Handley, Care and Independence Systems Ltd14:00The use of the virtual reality in rehabilitation Jon Graham and Ashwin Dubay, PhysioFunction15:00DataGait: A step away from gait laboratories Dr Johnny Collett, Early Career Research Fellow in Rehabilitation School of Health & Social Care, OxfordBrookes University16:00How can we reduce the incidence and risk of pressuresores and shearing damage for bed-bound Individuals?Sonja Waara-Conway, Handicare and Melanie Sturman-Floyd, Moving & Handling Consultant*Timetables correct at time of going to pressOrganised by Kate Sheehan, leading Occupational Therapist, new to thisyear's show is the Naidex South CPD Conference.