Where will you be in September from Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th 2009? Rolling Inspiration will be at the Gauteng ACSA Disability Lifestyle Expo & Conference 2009 at Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand.
For the third time in a row, Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) is backing the event and visitors to this year’s ACSA Disability 2009 can expect a bumper show – the most exciting in the event’s six-year history! With the co-location of the Pan African Health Expo and the African Aid Relief and Disaster Management Expo, the three health-focused events will provide exceptional value – for both exhibitors and visitors.
Event organiser and spokesperson Bette McNaughton of Fair Consultants is thrilled: “We expect the number of visitors through the doors to increase significantly. Visitors to the show will also be able to visit over 150 stalls that focus on health and disability – there is no other event like this on the Continent!”
ACSA Disability 2009 showcases products and services for people with disability. The focus is on providing solutions and promoting active, independent living and mobility.
“ACSA Disability 2009 is all about possibilities not disabilities”, continues Bette. “Everyone within the disability sector and senior community, children with disabilities and their families and caregivers should be there! Even more fun is being added to this year’s Expo for the whole family to enjoy! This includes art, sports and entertainment, and many more new exhibitors!
The central focus of ACSA Disability 2009 is to educate visitors on the assistive products and services available to people with disabilities.
“We would like to build on the success of last year’s show, which included a number of sporting and cultural activities.” That programme included boccia, goalball, wheelchair tennis, ballroom dancing and singing.
The Pan African Health Expo & Conference 2009 will promote the medical industry including medical technology and pharmaceutical companies throughout Africa.
The 7th African Aid Relief Supply Expo and Conference will focus on worldwide procurement from the United Nations and NGOs.