REHACARE is the leading international trade fair for rehabilitation, prevention, inclusion and care.
With over 30 years of expertise and wide-ranging experience of the market, this fair is an ideal platform for anyone with disabilities, care requirements or chronic conditions as well as for the elderly. The quality and diversity of REHACARE are reflected in numerous "focal parks", info events, industry representatives, service providers, paying authorities and non-profit exhibitors.
Over 900 national and international exhibitors will be presenting a combination of product demonstrations and complex system solutions as well as a wide range of information in the form of special theme parks, seminars and workshops.
Whether mobility and daily living aids, aids for outpatient or inpatient care, communication technology, accessible living environments or ideas for leisure, travel and sports – REHACARE offers everything under one roof.
Manufacturers and service providers will be at hand with information on all facets and aspects of rehabilitation. The purpose of rehabilitation is to minimise the physical impact of a disablement or condition and thus to ensure that clients will return to an active private and working life with the help of appliances or indeed through the provision of specific services or assistance.
Maintaining a good level of health is of interest to all of us (primary prevention). One special focus at REHACARE is on the identification of disabilities and conditions at the earliest possible stage and on providing early treatment that will either ensure healing or prevent deterioration (secondary prevention). REHACARE also highlights preventative measures and ongoing care in dealing with secondary damage (tertiary prevention).
Inclusion means active participation – at work, at home, through travelling, sports, recreation and cultural pursuits. The exhibitors and forums look forward to welcome you.
The area of care is gaining more and more importance in public awareness, partly due to a steady rise in the number of care patients. New models and strategies are therefore required. To provide greater transparency of the latest developments and the most recent products and services in the market, this area will be given a large amount of space at REHACARE. This comprehensive overview of rehabilitation, integration, prevention and care makes REHACARE indispensable for anyone wanting to obtain detailed information.
Highlights at REHACARE
Enter the world of REHACARE! Exchange know-how, experience and participate: REHACARE offers a variety of events accompanying the trade fair.
A diversity of topics such as care, aids, mobility, travel, sport, career opportunities and much more will be on offer for people with disabilities and their relatives, researchers, exhibitors and experts from all across the world. Products and special forums will provide new ideas and insight.
Meeting point REHACARE
The former REHACARE Forum is now called: Meeting point REHACARE! Also the new forum offers information about issues of daily life, aids reform and federal participation law, housing adaptations as well as mobility, traveling and sports.
The M-Enabling Forum Europe will take place for the second time on 19 September 2019. The M-Enabling Forum is the ideal meeting place to make contacts, for personal exchange and to learn about the latest developments in digital accessibility.
REHACARE is the host and cooperation partner of the 15th MCC-RehaForum in 2019. The RehaForum is an ideal communication platform for discussing with experts and interesting discussion partners from the rehabilitation sector. Decision-makers meet here to exchange experiences and solutions to problems and to discuss the latest trends.
Consultation in all matters of education and profession: What are the options? What support is available? Which regulations must be observed? These and many other topics will be dealt with in talks and in individual discussions.
Above all, mobility is a big issue at REHACARE: Everything in wheelchairs, driving devices, walking aids, adapted vehicles and related services are represented in Dusseldorf with broad product ranges.
An interesting journey through the world of disabled-friendly travel is offered by REHACARE in exhibition hall 5, where various disabled-friendly leisure and travel providers will be on hand to talk to visitors.
The Rehabilitation and Sports Association of People with Disabilities in North-Rhine Westphalia (BRSNW) invites REHACARE visitors to inform themselves about the variety of sports offers for people with disability and to try out different types of sports directly on site.
Highlight topic "Aids for people with sensory disabilities"
Persons with brain injuries, stroke or congenital brain damage: A comprehensive programme, including talks, experience reports, presentation of care facilities, new remedies and medical aids, and much more.
REHACARE has a separate exhibition area with new medical aids, innovations and advice for visually impaired and blind people. Those concerned will find all the products and services that are relevant for their needs, from visual aids like electronic video magnifier or camera systems to PC with software suitable for blind people.
New medical aids and innovations and advice for the hard of hearing and deaf people.
Here all economic sectors, institutions and organisations, private vistor groups and visitor groups from the medical/pharmaceutical sector are presented, that are interested in products and information at REHACARE trade fair and its congresses.
Medical and sanitary trade
Special facilities (workshop, school)
Care for outpatients, sick people and the elderly
Ambulant nursing / care services
Medical / technical services
Cost unit (employer's liability insurance association, public health scheme, insurance, public insuarnce intituts)
Hospital / clinic
Medical auxiliaries industry
Architect's office / technical planning office
Organisations for the disabled (sport asscociations for the diabled, self-help groups, ...)