Putting the ups and downs of 2020 and the hiccups of early 2021 behind us, it has been great to get back out there and reconnect with Perth and our community at recent expos and events. Be sure to find us at the Care and Ageing Expo in August and the Source Kids Disability Expo in September.
Perth Garden and Outdoor Living Expo
We were thrilled to be at the Perth Garden and Outdoor Living Expo at Langley Park from 6 to 9 May. The weather was glorious, and it was great to provide AT (assistive technology - devices and equipment) gardening and outdoor access solutions to the avid green thumbs and outdoor enthusiasts who visited the Indigo marquee.
ATSA Independent Living Expo
With record attendance, approximately 1600 people visited 80 exhibitors at Claremont Showgrounds Attendees were able to trial and check out new and current AT (assistive technology) equipment and devices, and chat with providers face to face.
As part of the well-attended seminar program, two of our health professionals presented including:
Clinical Lead, Speech Pathologist, Tanith: Engaging in Eye Gaze: Supporting Communication, Education and Recreation and
Occupational Therapist Lauren: Dragon Naturally Speaking V Apple Voice Control: A Battle for Voice Control Supremacy) We run professional workshops throughout the year so be sure to book your training with us.
The NED (National Equipment database) Team enjoyed meeting and talking directly with Service Providers and attendees about Australia’s largest equipment database.
Perth Disability Service Provider and Participant Connection Expo
The first Perth Disability Service Provider and Participant Connection Expo held 11-12 June at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, provided an opportunity for participants, carers, and family members to connect and engage with more than 120 different exhibitors and NDIS service providers.
The best thing about the all the Expos, is being able to announce the winners of our raffles! Thank you to everyone who entered their details to win.
Our fabulous AT prize pack at ATSA, worth $250 was won by Chandlar Hillerich .
The ever-popular Ucello self-pouring kettle worth $100 went to Mark Stoddart.
Congratulations! We hope your AT devices improve your independence and wellbeing, and help you live life your way.