Whether sailing, wheelchair basketball or table tennis – the diversity of inclusive sports has always found a home at REHACARE! As the world's largest trade fair for rehabilitation and care, REHACARE offers both space and know-how in an own hall to try out many types of sports directly on site and to get advice – whether from employees of the numerous clubs or from the experts of the companies that manufacture aids for sports and leisure.
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Exhibitors from the field of sports for people with disabilities
The Sports Center is one of the most popular meeting places at REHACARE. There the Rehabilitation and Sports Association of People with Disabilities in North-Rhine Westphalia (German: Behinderten- und Rehabilitationssportverband Nordrhein-Westfalen – BRSNW) invites the trade fair visitors to discover the diversity of sports. If you are looking for sports aids for people with disabilities or for leisure and sports activities in a club, you must come to REHACARE 2023, because there you are guaranteed to find whatever you are looking for. Visit us in Düsseldorf and get in touch with various exhibiting companies and associations in the field of sports and leisure activities for people with disabilities. You can find offers in the following product categories:
From table tennis to soccer to judo – there is always something going on at the REHACARE Sports Center in Hall 7a! At REHACARE 2022, a large range of participatory activities, coordinated by the BRSNW, ensured this.
In addition to the program highlights on the individual days, many sports can also be tried out on site on all days of the fair. So there is always something to experience at the Sports Center!
The joy of water sports includes people with disabilities
Water sports such as diving, sailing, or kiteboarding evoke a feeling of freedom! You don’t have to travel the five oceans of the world to get in on the fun. Depending on the type of sport, your local man-made lake or public swimming pool can also do the trick.
"Disability is no longer an issue once you get in the boat"
What does inclusive sailing entail? Just ask Elke Paatz. She practically grew up on a sailboat and has become disabled as the result of a sports accident. Paatz is the contact person for inclusive (adaptive) sailing on behalf of the German Sailing Federation, DSV.
Functionality meets design: the new adaptive sport equipment Spike
Activities aiming at occupational therapy and rehabilitation are boring? Not necessarily! A new assistive exercise and sports equipment named Spike is not only designed to be fun, but also suitable for everybody who wants to get and stay fit. How this works for whom and what kind of history connects Spike with REHACARE? We asked!
EXTRA: Made to measure sports wheelchair for a better performance
Solid and adapted – this is how auxiliary means for competitive sports such as wheelchair basketball should be. That's why EXTRA wheelchairs from Turkey offers made to measure sports wheelchairs to professional sports people. Find out about the importance of customization and valuable feedback directly from the basketball court.