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Interactive byThe best sensory resources and rooms from Mike Ayres the latest sensoryproducts and sports and playequipment in KideQuip. If you're aparent of a child with disabilities orspecial needs or a paediatricprofessional, come along to seethe latest equipment, get updatedon new innovative techniques andparticipate in interactive gamesand learning.This area features a wide choice ofmobility vehicles on offer fordisabled drivers and their families,as well as offering help and advice.Supported by the charity DisabledMotoring UK and featuring the BlueBadge Network, get assistance onovercoming access and mobilityproblems and find out more onhow you can become a championfor disabled causes. Also meetMotability offering guidance onexchanging your Higher RateMobility Component of DisabilityLiving Allowance or your WarPensioners' Mobility Supplement toobtain a new car, poweredwheelchair or scooter. See a wide range of the latestcommunication products, assistivetechnology and daily living aids in thisspecialist trail for members of the public, SENteachers and speech and languagetherapists. Come and meet universities,schools, educational organisations andcharities for advice on getting back intowork, further education and for informationregarding support for people withcommunication difficulties.Car ZoneCommunication &Learning TrailNaidex supportsMeet the Sky Autism MediaChannel and Autism Motherswho will be filming at the eventthroughout the two days. Socome along, meet the teamand share your thoughts oncamera. You never know, youcould be featured on Sky TV! Otto BockAction ParkComprising a course ofseven obstacles, thiswill provide members of the public theopportunity to experience navigatingvarious obstacles and surfaces inmanual wheelchairs. Go to Stand G12 to take part.Supported byMake your first stop the Disabled Living Foundation InformationPoint where they can advise you on products and the exhibitingcompanies at the show. Find them just inside the entrance.DLF Information PointCome and meet robots Kasparand Sunflower to see how they arecapable of autonomouslyperforming fetch and carrycommands, and reminder tasks ina domestic environment. Find outhow they are used among theelderly and infirm, who may beunable to easily carry objectsaround the their home, or mayneed reminding of essential things.The University of Hertfordshire areinvestigating how best to tailor andcreate a system that is both userfriendly and useful, particularly inthe area of creating intuitive (non-verbal) expressions and behavioursthat facilitate interactions withusers. Visit them to find out more onStand J60.University ofhertfordshireRobot house

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