‘Kidz to Adultz’ events are organised by Disabled Living. Disabled Living has been organising the very prestigious Kidz to Adultz event since 2001 and now hold five of the largest FREE UK exhibitions totally dedicated to children and young adults up to 25 years with disabilities and additional needs, their parents, carers and all the professionals who support and work with them.

There are roughly 100-180 Exhibitors at each event, with these FREE exhibitions providing a one-stop shop for the most up to date advice and information on mobility, funding, seating, beds, communication, sensory, transition, education, housing, employment, accessible vehicles, transport, style, sports, leisure and much, much more.

There are also seminars at each event allowing you to boost your CPD portfolio and gain credits. Its free to attend one or more of the FREE accredited seminars taking place alongside the exhibition. Each seminar covers a wide range of issues and interests to families and carers of children with disabilities and special needs and the professionals who work with them.

Children are welcome to come along, try out the equipment and products, join in the fun and features and participate in the sporting activity sessions taking place throughout the day.

Who Visits Kidz to Adultz Exhibitions?

There are a range of key buyers from across the UK who attend including: Care home owners & managers, Case Managers, Equipment & loan store managers, Healthcare professionals, Nursing professionals, Occupational therapists, Physiotherapists, Social Workers, Paediatric carers & therapists, Foster Carers, Purchasing & supply managers, SEN Teachers/Assistants, Mobility equipment suppliers, Mobility dealers & retailers, Parents and carers of children with a disability or additional needs and of course the children and young adults.

Jeane Freeman, Minister for Social Security says, “The Kidz to Adultz event does an important job in bringing together disabled children and young adults, their parents and carers, and other professionals to share the latest information on the support available, alongside a programme of professional development. We are absolutely committed to helping disabled people live as independently as possible and this annual event is an invaluable way to hear what more needs to be done to tackle the inequality still faced by disabled people from those both delivering and using services.”Entry is FREE on a first come, first served basis. The speakers will also be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions you may have.