Abilia AB of Sollentuna at REHACARE 2017 in Düsseldorf -- REHACARE Trade Fair

Abilia AB

Kung Hans Väg 3, 192 68 Sollentuna
Sweden

Telephone +46 8 59469400
info@abilia.se

Hall map

REHACARE 2017 hall map (Hall 5): stand A03

Fairground map

REHACARE 2017 fairground map: Hall 5

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Daily living aids (household, nutrition) and clothing
  • 01.29  Prevention of falls

Prevention of falls

  • 03  Barrier free living
  • 03.04  Electronical help systems
  • 03.04.01  Alarm monitoring and safety systems

Alarm monitoring and safety systems

  • 03  Barrier free living
  • 03.04  Electronical help systems
  • 03.04.08  Environmental control systems

Environmental control systems

  • 11  Physical training, physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • 11.08  Cognitive therapy

Cognitive therapy

Our products

Product category: Cognitive therapy

MEMOday

The MEMOday is a modern way to keep track of the time of day, perfect for any age – young or old. Some people struggle to keep track of the time of day for various reasons. This can create unnecessary stress and anxiety both for the person with memory problems and their loved ones.

The MEMOday makes it easier for you to get an overview of the day, giving you greater control and independence.

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Product category: Environmental control systems

Control Omni

Everyone needs to participate, be independent and be able to communicate with loved ones. Control Omni suits people who have a strong need to be able to control their environment and who place high demands on function and reliability

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Product category: Alarm monitoring and safety systems

Emfit Epilepsy Alarm

The Emfit Epilepsy Alarm has been developed to register epileptic attacks with muscle seizures, such as generalised tonic-clonic (GTC) attacks, of a person lying in bed.

It will register any abnormal and continuous movements over a pre-set timespan.

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About us

Company details

Abilia gives people with special needs the power to become independent and take control of their daily lives.Based on our more than 40 years’ experience and supported by research evidence, we know that our assistive technology helps people to get structure over their day, to communicate with people, to control appliances in their home and call for attention. We believe that everyone should have the same opportunities to participate in society on their terms, and are passionate about enabling people access to a more fulfilling life.

Needs can differ depending on the person's situation and age. The individual may have Down's syndrome, cerebral palsy, ADHD/ADD, or autism spectrum disorder. Or they may have suffered a spinal cord or brain injury in an accident, suffered a stroke, or begun showing signs of dementia. Whatever the background to their needs, everyone has the right to live an independent life while interacting with others. The focus may be on making it easier for a young person to handle their school day or on giving an elderly person the ability to live at home longer. Our company name itself highlights how important this is to us. The name Abilia stems from the word 'ability'.

Many of our approximately 100 employees have personal experience with disability, either professionally or in relation to a loved one. This not only makes us more committed, but also gives us broad expertise in assistive technology. We know how important access to our products is to our users and therefore put great focus on providing quality service and support. Abilia develops, manufactures and sells aids for individuals with disabilities in the areas of communication, cognition and environment control & alarm.

We have offices in Sweden, Norway, and the UK, and export our products to another 20 countries. Abilia is a merger of the four companies Gewa, Falck Igel, Handitek and Toby Churchill. Our turnover currently amounts to about SEK 200 million. Abilia is owned by MedCap, a Nordic investor that focuses on established Life Science companies with significant development potential. MedCap has been part-owner in the former GEWA AB since 2007.

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