More than 750 exhibitors from 37 countries will be providing a comprehensive overview in six exhibition halls and covering everything that can make daily life easier for people with disabilities, those requiring care and also the elderly. The list of exhibiting nations ranges from Belgium to Cyprus, and the trade fair will also include numerous joint pavilions.
On this page you can find impressions from the trade fair halls from the fourth day - in form of videos, photo galleries, articles and interviews.
Click here to find out what happened on the third day.
Click here to find out what happened on the second day.
Click here to find out what happened on the first day.
Without visitors, the fairgrounds would seem deserted. That is why we mingled with them and asked some of them why they visit REHACARE and what they like most. Click for the photo gallery
REHACARE is colourful and inclusive. So we catched this year’s highlights.
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New ideas for the fashion market for people with disabilities? We asked around at this year’s REHACARE. More videos in the MediaCenter
Music moves people. That's why Udo Dumbeck loves it to treat the visitors to a great dancing show at every REHACARE which always excite enthusiasm. Before the big performance we asked the head of the Department of Dance of the Rehabilitation and Sports Association of People with Handicaps in North-Rhine Westphalia (BRSNW) to share some details. Click here for the article
The "Market Place Brain" is an inherent part of the REHACARE. The subject of stroke is routinely a focal point here. And yet, many people in Germany don’t know that children – although rarely – can have strokes, too. Affected families primarily look for an exchange with self-help groups. Click here for the interview