Preparing for Naidex: the importance of disability exhibitions

As the excitement for Naidex builds, we take a look at why disability exhibitions and events are so crucial to promote the advancements being made in the disabled community.  


Naidex, taking place from 26 to 27 March at the NEC Birmingham, is Europe’s most established trade, professional and public event dedicate to the lifestyles, care, and rehabilitation of people with sensory, physical, hidden disability, and mental ill health.

During the event people can discover the pioneering and innovative technology being introduced, listen to celebrated speakers and professionals, interact with organisations working in the heart of disability, plus, much more.

In March, Naidex is already preparing to welcome over 100 exhibitors showcasing their product – Enable will also be returning to the event.

Disability exhibitions are critical for everyone involved in the disability community for many reasons.


For disabled people and their carers, disability exhibitions mean a chance to revel in the organisations, businesses, and charities working to support their needs, care for welfare, provide support, engage with mobility aids and beyond. 

DC Publishing founder, Denise Connelly says: “We have been attending the Naidex events for several years and we find it is an invaluable exhibition for our readers. 

“It is always wonderful to interact with readers and hear their thoughts and opinions on the magazine. Plus, it allows a chance for everyone to reconnect and discover the advancements being made in the world of disability. Naidex is an event we thoroughly enjoy attending.”


This year, Naidex will see speakers including Liz Johnson, Dominic Lund-Conlon, Dr Steven Ariss and many more will be taking the stage.

Speakers are an integral addition to any event as they are specialists in their field sharing their experiences, thoughts, hopes, and advices for the future.

We’re looking forward to speaking with Enable readers at this year’s Naidex. Make sure to visit our stand to pick up your free copy of the March/April issue.

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