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Theraposture gets set for product showcase at this year’s virtual DAD

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Theraposture has confirmed that it will be exhibiting at this year’s virtual Disability Awareness Day (DAD).

Running between October 25-31, DAD is a ‘pan disability event which promotes a culture that focuses on what disabled people can-do’.

Dave Thompson MBE founded the organising charity Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) in 1991 and the annual DAD event in 1992.

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Held in a tented village on the grounds of Walton Hall, Warrington, DAD provides a wide range of features including assistive product displays, workshops, advice and entertainment for disabled adults and children.

In 2019, the event was supported by 260 exhibitors with over 25,000 visitors attending on the day.

The event has run for 28 years and welcomed over 600,000 people however due to the pandemic, the 2020 event will be held online. This year there will be over 200 virtual exhibitors including Theraposture.

The main event will take place on 25th October 2020, followed by video seminars, workshops and events until 31st October. Alongside the varied exhibitors, Theraposture will be displaying its highly respected range of products including the award-winning, patented Rotoflex rotating bed.

The Rotoflex is the original and proven solution for getting in and out of bed independently for those with restricted mobility. It is the only turning bed in the world to include a powered rising heel support which represents a significant innovation for people who need to safely elevate their legs in bed.

The Theraposture stand will also include displays detailing its vast range of power-assisted paediatric cots and electric rise and recliner chairs.

In terms of information and support, there will be an array of engaging pdf literature, videos and case studies which will be of interest to people with disabilities, families, carers and Occupational Therapists.

Theraposture’s new live video assessments will be featured as they provide a convenient and contactless option for clients seeking product demonstrations.

Liam Braddell, Theraposture sales director commented: “We would like to congratulate WDP for building DAD virtual as it promises to be a success for all visitors and exhibitors. The range of products and services on display is impressive and we look forward to helping a large number of virtual visitors seeking trusted solutions for better sleep and independence at home.”

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