Photo gallery: Highlights of REHACARE 2019

Photo: cool sliding boards for wheelchairuser; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
My style, my thing, my wood. These sliding boards are not only functional, but also look pretty chic. You can admire the wooden aids for wheelchair users in five great designs in Hall 4/C50
Photo: Wheelchair user with the WheelAirsystem; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Overheating, excessive sweating and the microclimate - no longer a problem with WheelAir (hall 6/A05). The air conditioning system for wheelchair user protects against both excessive sweating and overheating, thus preserving the natural climate of the skin and also protects against pressure points.
Photo: The earis headphones; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
The innovative headphones "earis" from Humantechnik are equipped with a microphone function so that the environment can be heard as well as the TV or the music. Sounds exciting? Then take a look for yourself – in Hall 5/E01.
Photo: Pepper the caring robot; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Have you met Pepper? The humanoid robot can help people with dementia in particular to take part in activities such as singing or physical activity. If you'd like to find out more, take a look at EL4 in Hall 6/E09!
Photo: A self-balancing electronic wheelchair; Copyright: beta-web/Heiduk
Electric wheelchair meets Segway – the Freee F2 is a self-balancing electronic wheelchair. Freee Mobility GmbH has thus created a safe and ergonomic vehicle that can also be operated intuitively. The Freee F2 can be admired in Hall 6/A62!
Photo: swallowing  game by HASOMED; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
HASOMED developed a program for neurological rehabilitation. With the program muscles and resistance are measured while the patient is swallowing. If the patient is successful a duck goes up on the display. Long-term measurements are possible too. If you would like to let a duck fly check out hall 4 / G41.
Photo: The new Forum PRODUCTS & NEWS @REHACARE; Copyright: beta-web/Lormis
Additional knowledge and glimpses behind the scenes – that's what the new forum PRODUCTS & NEWS @REHACARE (powered by MOBITIPP) offers. On all four days of the fair, exhibitors will present exciting products and give interesting insights. The Forum can be found in Hall 4/H21.
Photo: SmartGlasses GlassOuse; Copyright: beta-web/Heiduk
Whether with the mouth, the foot or the shoulder – put on like glasses, the GlassOuse assistance device offers people with disabilities the opportunity to write texts and surf internet. The Wearable Hybrid Mouse enables clicks via Switch Controls systems that are connected via Bluetooth. Would you like to discover the different variants of the hybrid mouse or try them out for yourself? Then visit Hall 6/A73.
Photo: Two men in pink aprons at the booth of Hollister with a pink catheter; Copyright: beta-web/Koller
The Hollister booth at REHACARE catches the eye. The new Infyna Chic product, a shiny pink disposable catheter, determines the design and colour of the whole booth. Specially developed for women, the catheter almost looks like a fashion accessory, is inconspicuous and easy to use. You can have a look at the discrete design highlight in Hall 5/C21.
Photo: Platinum Curve Stairlift; Copyright: beta-web/Heiduk
The Platinum Curved Lift is handcrafted and exactly adapted to each staircase and the height and needs of the customer. The stairlift promises a quiet, smooth and reliable ride. This new feeling of independence can be found in Hall 6/D57.
Photo: Smart Board by Neofect; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Rapael Smart Board is a digital therapy system from Neofect. Exercises with the smart board, like table tennis improve movability while collecting data. Patients can see their improvements and expand their moving distance to the utmost at the same time. Curious? Then take a look at hall 4 / G29.
Photo: All-Road wheelchair by BECASINE DPJ Sprl; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
All-Road wheelchair is not a product but an activity. For moving the wheelchair family or friends are necessary. But once you have that, there are no limits or boundaries and you can move all over the world. Want to try it out with your family or friends? Come to hall 4 / E46.
Photo: Trade fair booth of Loopwheels; Copyright: beta-web/Heiduk
Whether on sand, stone, paving stone or grass – wheels from Loopwheels reduce resistance, no matter where wheelchair users are. Pain and fatigue are reduced. The ride is smooth and comfortable. The innovative and modern design makes the wheels look original. Curious? Discover the wheels in hall 6/A05.
Photo: quokka mobility bag; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
They are suitable for every rollator, wheelchair or scooter: the cup holders from QUOKKA. You can find them in Hall 4/F47!
Photo: Sports wheelchair by Roma Medical Aids; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
The sports wheelchair developed for badminton by Roma Medical Aids Ltd. has an extremely light magnesium frame, is specially designed for movement patterns in badminton and is longer and more flexible than conventional wheelchairs, making it ideal for stretching movements. You will find it in Hall 4/E47.
Photo: The booth of manimundo Sign Language app; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Learning sign language online? You can do that with manimundo. The 3,000 videos are interactive as well as didactically and methodically up to date. Managing Director Rainer Retzlik and Communication and Work Assistant Pia Löbbert are looking forward to your visit in Hall 5/F02.
Photo: The Humantechnik eye control system for iPad; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Humanelektronik brings a world first to REHACARE: eye control for the iPad. As soon as a mouse is connected, the surface can be operated with the eyes. You can find out exactly how this works in Hall 5/C07.
Photo: The AssistX Mobil system for intensive care; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
"AssistX Mobil" is an assistive call system for intensive care. It is radio-based and its greater range makes it ideal for facilities with many patients. The system can be found at the CSS MicroSystems booth in Hall 5/C10.
Photo: The tremor filter mouse by Talk Tools; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Talk Tools brought something to REHACARE this year that many of its customers already wanted. The tremor filter for the PC mouse detects hands trembling, filters it out and makes it easier for people with Parkinson's disease, spasticity or age trembling to work on the PC. Try it out – in Hall 5/C15.
Photo: Komfy seniors mobile by Kymco; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Komfy is a vehicle for seniors. It is not only suitable for elevators, but also cuts a fine figure in other situations. Take a look at what Kymco has to offer in Hall 5/C28!
Photo: Rollator in Oktoberfest design at the Saljol booth; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Feeling good instead of being stigmatized – this is what Saljol promises its customers with its unique rollators. So off you go with the rollator to the Wiesn – and first in Hall 6/B49.
Photo: the accessible easy gardening table; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Thomas Pannell actually developed this table for his father, who loves gardening passionately but sits in a wheelchair. The result was a product that has already found its way into many old people's homes. You can find it in Hall 6/D69.
Photo: The Eurobike by Van Raam; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
In 2009 they won the Gold Award at the Eurobike – in 2019 Van Raam present their vehicle with a lowerable step. They have thus succeeded in creating a product for people with disabilities that is in no way inferior to a conventional product in terms of design. You can see for yourself in Hall 6/A58.
Photo: HRZ Dream mobilehome; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
At HRZ Reisemobile GmbH (hall 6, stand 6C65) you can find the HRZ Dream. It is the only camper that wheelchairusers are allowed to handle merely with a license for cars. Where would you like to go with it?
Photo: A hand holding a controller to play a game on a laptop screen; Copyright: beta-web/Schlüter
Playful rehabilitation training for the hand – that offers raccoon Recovery in hall 6/C33. Why a raccoon is the company's mascot? The animals have very good finger skills and that's exactly what the company from the Ukraine wants to make their patients possible again.
Photo: The RotoBed by Bjarne Skamriis; Copyright: beta-web/Koller
The beds from the Danish company RotoBed, which won the golden iF Desgn Award, look less like nursing beds than like stylish pieces of furniture. And yet: behind the clear and inconspicuous design is a sophisticated system that quickly transforms the bed into an armchair and vice versa. See for yourself in Hall 4/ D31.
Photo: A green thumb with REHACARE print on it, in the foreground of entrance north after trade fair end; Copyright: beta-web/Lormis
We're releasing you into late summer this year and hope you had fun at REHACARE 2019! Next year the fair gates will open for you from 23rd to 26th September. We hope to welcome you again to the biggest trade fair around the topic "self-determined living".