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20th - 21st March 2024
NEC, Birmingham

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News & Press Releases

  • Adaptive Martial Arts Community Interest Company (CIC) who specialise in Martial Arts training for people of all abilities and disabilities have launched AMA@HOME. An innovative training package which brings the gym to the comfort of users homes.  
  • Finding a career that matches your skills is not always easy, and if you’re living with a disability, job hunting can come with some extra challenges. Some people know what kind of career they want from an early age, but many seem to just ‘fall’ into a career...
  • Care packages are not a new idea in the least, but with many people still spending months shielding, this clever idea is seeing something of a resurgence. There are many ways to show someone you care, but it takes a little creativity to show someone a little love while maintaining safe social distance. Here are a few ideas to get you started. 

  • There's no doubt the coronavirus outbreak has taken a tool on the nation's mental health. It’s natural to experience a complex array of emotions, such as relief, frustration and burn out all at the same time! But what can we do about this? 

  • KYMCO developed a leading folding scooter range which will be shown to the UK public for the very first time at Naidex 2021 - the electric folding K-Lite FE and the manual folding K-Lite F, featuring the very latest technologies in lightweight materials, electronics and folding mechanisms used, for function, practicality and safety of use. 

  • Our way of life is veering towards utilising technology to solve problems that simply didn’t exist this time last year. We already knew it of course, but now more than ever, technology matters.   
  • As we excitedly await the next edition of Naidex, we're delighted to announce, direct from the Royal Albert Hall and London Palladium Theatre, a performance by the award-winning Music Man Project UK live on the Naidex Facebook, on the 16th of October at 2:00pm!  
  • With beautiful countryside and quaint harbour towns, the UK has plenty of amazing spots for memorable and accessible staycations. Read on to discover five of the most accessible places you can visit for a break this Autumn. 
  • Music is powerful; It has the potential to move us, boost our mood, motivate us and connect us with those around us. So, what exactly is it about music that makes it so special? And why is music so beneficial for children with disabilities? 
  • ROAR B2B, the organisers of Naidex, Europe’s most established event for the independent living community, have taken the decision to postpone the event to 9th – 10th March 2021.    After extensive con ...
  • Naidex are pleased to be able to support the needs of our customers and visitors, by encouraging our exhibitors to make use of The Royal College of Occupational Therapists Supplier Directory as detailed in their guest blog.
  • The UK events industry has been hit with an unprecedented year following the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is that the UK’s event industry is gearing up to help kickstart the economy and Naidex is proud to be a part of this.  

  • We often hear about how helpful sports and outdoor activities can be for our mental health. They are closely linked, with the release of chemicals in our brains which can have large and small effects on us – from giving you a short term rush to a healthy body and long term improved mental health.
  • The Coronavirus is having a massive impact on everyone’s lives, whether it is for front line medical staff, the elderly or families. As we see the infection rates going up the government are introducing increasingly stringent measures on people around the world, and one of those is that we begin to isolate ourselves physically from other people.
  • Last week, The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) announced that £2.9 billion in funding is to go towards strengthening care for the vulnerable during the recent global outbreak of the coronavirus. 
  • We have taken the decision to reschedule Naidex to later in the year and will confirm this date by Monday 16th March 2020.
  • Paraplegic author Brian Abram is publishing a series of hilarious children’s books about the adventures of a wheelchair-using grandad and his grandson. Based on his own experiences with his grandson, each story will tell the reader a little bit about what it is like to use a wheelchair.  But more importantly, the stories will make the reader laugh out loud at the silly things Grandad Wheels and grandson Charlie get up to! 
  • It was more of a resolution than a revolution. As the clock struck midnight on 2020 and a new decade, I knew I wanted to up my campaigning as a deaf young person in the next 10 years. The solution was to launch a campaign around getting everyone to commit to captioning their online content in the next 12 months. Its name is CC Me In. 
  • An exciting new collaboration between UX design and development agency Sigma aims to improve the accessibility of the NHS’ digital services and health products. 
  • University and Chronic Illness: A Survival Guide is for every chronically ill person considering or preparing for university.