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With the North of England having the highest concentration of disabled people, it was no surprise the IIC Show has appeared on the scene. Due to take place the 14-15th February 2014 at Manchester Central, it is set to be one the largest disability healthcare shows to take place in the UK. It will provide a platform for disabled people to turn to for practical advice and resources. Adults and children with different types of disabilities can turn to the IIC Show for FREE resources and assistance to help aid them, their families and carers. There will also be a drop-in open surgery covering the many varying neurological conditions which will allow both professionals and carers to find out more about the latest treatments and therapies that are out there. The IIC Show will also provide a range of support services for people with sensory impairments to continue living as independently as possible.
From a professionals perspective there is a huge opportunity to benefit from furthering ones professional development. The super-sized ability exhibition, which is set over 10,000 sqm, will host professional one to one sessions and workshops as well as 5 world class CPD accredited seminar stages showcasing leading speakers to help build knowledge and provide credible information to healthcare and industry professionals. For the public there is also a main stage covering salient and meaningful subjects.
With over 1.5 million people in the UK have a learning disability, the SEN Seminar theatre will be a must attend for education professionals with leading topics including Ofsted delivering an hour session for attendees on Outstanding SEN - Outstanding Ofsted. ETAC R82 UK will host a day of invaluable sessions in the ETAC Moving and Handing Theatre. The Keynote Theatre aimed at industry professionals will focus on future policies and strategies and Carers Trust will host the Care Support Theatre with credible support, advice and development for carers whether that be a professional, a friend or family member.
IIC Show will also be hosting a family fun inclusive area which will cost £5 to enter with 100% of the profit going to the IIC Show partner charity, Make a Wish Foundation.
To register FREE for the largest disability healthcare show in the North of England please go to www.iicshow.co.uk
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