The Dementia Care Show is designed to provide education, products and services to any organisation responsible for the care of older people.
Post by Phil Allen Head of Supplier Engagement at Really Useful Stuff
I visted the Dementia Care Show today in Birmingham to learn more about how outdoor spaces can benefit people with Alzheimer’s, what colours work well for people with cognitive impairments and how to go about making your home dementia friendly.
The Care Show attracts decision makers from care homes, nursing homes, housing providers, NHS, local authority and other organisations who are responsible for the care and wellbeing of older people.
These buyers attend Care Show to:
• find out about the latest products and services
• network and form connections with industry peers,
• attend educational program of seminar sessions
• find out about the latest developments in their industry.
The Dementia Care Show is a must attend event for buyers of care products and services and for exhibitors who are targeting care providers. The two previous shows saw almost 400 exhibition stands set up to meet over 4,500 visitors.
A few of the suppliers to Really Useful Stuff were exhibiting
I caught up with a friend Evalin who said “It’s amazing how many products there are now to help people live independently, I never realised.”
I had the chance to catch up with Eyeway Signs on stand A20 who make great informative easy read signs to help people navigate their homes
The team from Harfield Components Ltd were also there on Stand G102 who sell a great range of easy to use cups and cutlery
Active Minds are also exhibiting on Stand E2 who have a cool range of activities to help keep minds active and engaged.
The Dementia Care Show is on TODAY at the NEC Birmingham. If you get chance pop along and say hello.
If you miss the show then you can still discover great ideas to help people live well with Dementia on the RUS shop
If you have any ideas to share on products that help please do get in touch with me at Phil@reallyusefulstuff.co