Photo gallery: What do visitors think about REHACARE 2017? -- REHACARE Trade Fair

Photo gallery: What do visitors think about REHACARE 2017?

Image: Sandra and Malin; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
"We wish the REHACARE to stay the way it is and to bring more new products soon.": Malin (left) is at REHACARE for the first time, Sandra (right) has already been at the fair many times. They are particularly interested in innovations in the field of wound care.
Image: Ms. Heck (left) and Ms. Tellen (right); Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Ms. Heck (left) and Ms. Tellen (right) from Münster find REHACARE informative and interesting. They are looking for everyday aids in the field of transfer and mobility.
Image: Jiang Chan (left) and Marine Zhu (right) ; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Jiang Chan (left) and Marine Zhu (right) from Beijing, China, are looking for new technologies and products in the field of hospital and elderly care.
Image: Arnold von Zuijlekom (left) and Ron Goed (right); Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Arnold von Zuijlekom (left) and Ron Goed (right) from Nieuw-Buinen have been to REHACARE many times. This year they don't have a stand themselves, but they look for innovations in the field of child care and mobility. For them, REHACARE is a very nice international trade fair.
Image: Christiane Heer (left), Clara Heer (middle) and Renate Hombach (right); Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Christiane Heer (left) and Clara Heer (middle) are already at the fair for the second time, Renate Hombach (right) visits it for the first time. They are looking for transport facilities apart from the wheelchair. Clara particularly liked the sound massage.
Image: Lina Stahlhut (left) and Laura Wernecke (right); Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Lina Stahlhut (left) and Laura Wernecke (right) from Hünxe have written an article for “Kalendrina”, a project of the BRSNW-Sportjugend. They like the fact that you can try out so many different things in the Sports Center, such as the wheelchair course.
Image: Thibault Gagneu, Romain Diaz, Julien Robardet and Antonio Silveiredo (from left); Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Thibault Gagneu, Romain Diaz, Julien Robardet and Antonio Silveiredo (from left) from Geneva and Lausanne are rehab technicians and would like to find out about new products in the field of child mobility and electric wheelchairs. When it comes to REHACARE, they especially think of the key words: innovation, technology and encounters.
Image: Inge and Heinz Ruhl; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Inge and Heinz Ruhl from Dinslaken have been at REHACARE several times. They find it particularly impressive that there is so much choice and innovation in the field of child and youth mobility. They also like the fact that you can take a closer look at products such as the stairlift and try them out.
Image: Karen and Tim Sander; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Karen and Tim Sander (from left) find that REHACARE offers a good overview and a relaxed atmosphere. They were particularly positive about the respectful atmosphere at the trade fair.
Image: Bosco Souto (left), Lore Ugalde (middle) and José Maria Arriola (right); Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Bosco Souto (left), Lore Ugalde (middle) and José Maria Arriola (right) from Spain have already been at REHACARE more than ten times. This year they do not have their own stand, but they are looking for innovations in the field of mobility and care for the elderly. They think REHACARE is very innovative and professional.