As the country’s most established event for the independent living industry, Naidex 2017 will attract over 12,000 trade, consumer and health professional visitors over three days, in search of the very latest innovative technology, products, equipment and services that are shaping the future for people with physical disabilities or special educational needs.  

Naidex audience

For the very first time, the award winning PRYSM Media Group will be organising the event, injecting diverse content, world-class experts, top new features and leading business and trade into the show. Renowned for shows that are packed full of expert-led education, interactivity, industry-leading insight and unique levels of creativity, PRYSM have promised to make March’s edition the most immense spectacle in the brand’s long and distinguished history.

The event’s comprehensive seminar schedule provides an unparalleled level of education, guidance and inspiration, and each session is delivered by an expert recognised for their influential work and achievement in their field. Further to this, a plethora of 250 ground-breaking exhibitors will show case the very best in mobility, vision, travel, children & young people, home & design, tech, sport and more.

This year’s show will see industry giants such as Genny Mobility, the world’s first Active Powered Wheelchair and the only medical device fully licensed and powered by Segway! Genny provides aids with posture and core strength, and is available in Urban format and the Genny XR which is perfect for rough terrain.  

It doesn’t stop there… Genny also have a team of F1 engineers in Oxfordshire that custom make the CarbonBlack, a fully carbon fibre Active Manual Wheelchair. To test ride the Genny or the CarbonBlack visit stand A29 at the show. 

Genny wheelchair at Naidex

Gogoa Mobility Robot designs and manufactures wearable robotics to assist and rehabilitate the movement capacity of people with Acquired Brain Damage (ABD) or Spinal Cord Injuries, as well as increasing individual’s movement performance (i.e rescue services, fire fighters, workers under special conditions).

Their lower limb exoskeleton, named HANK, is designed for physical rehabilitation and recovery, HANK is also responsible for metal rehabilitation by giving people the freedom to move; granting individuals the ability to walk again. Expect to see more pioneering exoskeletons at the show and on the market in years to come, this is the future of mobility. Visit Gogoa at stand B6.

Cyclone Mobility are leading suppliers of bespoke, lightweight wheelchairs and are the UK`s foremost rehabilitation and training specialist. From elegant and agile custom made wheelchairs, to Functional Electrical Stimulation, and multigym equipment, Cyclone boast 120 years of combined experience of life in a wheel chair.

The Equalizer 6000, from Cyclone Mobility, is one of the simplest yet more effective multi-gyms in the world and has been built to offer the same functionality of a standard gym for both disabled and able-bodied users.  It allows users to perform an extensive range of exercises, from rowing and bench presses to vertical butterflies and lat pulldowns, all from a wheelchair.  Visit them at stand F19. 

Proactive Mobility LTD specialise in lightweight, folding powered chairs; perfect for everyday use and ideal for travel such as the industry leading Zinger chair. Nimble and quick, Zinger is stable through turns and sporty to drive. One of its defining features is its open-fronted design which lets users pull right up to a table or desk. It also folds flat instantly to fit into nearly any car boot, saving the hassle and expense of a car mounted scooter lift. Visit them at stand H62.

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