Exhibitors

  • 0-9
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • X
  • Y
  • Z
  • All
GB United Kingdom
Stand No: K4

Care England is the leading representative body for independent care services. Our membership includes single care homes, local groups, national providers and not-for-profit organisations. They provide a variety of services for older people and those with long term conditions, learning disabilities or mental health problems including dementia.

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: C30

NEW TO THE MARKET!  GIPskins - We have been working on our PPE product for the last 3 years and will be launching this innovation at the Care & Dementia show Birmingham 2016.  We have found a solution to a common (already identified) "risk" within the industry. 

Charise Mullings inventor of GIP Skins has a professional background in Care & Dementia having worked as a Community & Dementia Carer as well as an Activities Dementia Co-ordinator and Bereavement Counsellor.  It is through her 7 years of experience within the sector that Charise became concerned about the problem.  Charise then set about finding a solution.

We have 3 main aims
1.To provide a solution to the ongoing problem identified in the research carried out by the Research Advisory Group in conjunction with Skills for Care, NHS, CQC, IPC, HSE and UNISON 2. To reduce the risk of work related injury & prevent or reduce infections (such as MRSA ) acquired from skin to skin, cross contamination 3. To reduce work related injury claims against Service Providers & 4. To take dementia into considerate through product design.

Please Note:  The website will not be activated until the Care & Dementia Show Launch



GB United Kingdom
Stand No: J3

NAPA is an umbrella organisation that connects, signposts, encourages and motivates anyone with an interest in lifestyle, well –being, life, love and laughter in the care sector.NAPA was founded in 1997 by a small group of like-minded people who wanted to improve quality of life, through person-centred activities, for older people.It was registered as both a charity and limited company. Over time these volunteers established a membership base of around 400 activity organisers . In 2004 grants from the Big Lottery Fund and Department of Health supported the establishment of some permanent staff posts. By 2016 NAPA was self -funding and the membership stood at more than 2,500. NAPA is now seen as the ‘Thought Leader' in this specialist field of care and many organisations seek advice and guidance

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: M10

With more than 40 years experience in acute and community healthcare, Reval offers a new and unrivalled range of Assisted Bathing, Showering, Transfer Equipment and Hydro Rehab pools.

Our friendly professional service makes us an unbeatable partner in patient care, facilities and project planning.