Naidex event goes virtual

November 4, 2020

Naidex, the independent living and healthcare industries event, is going virtual, and will be delivering a series of online sessions for their 46th edition of the event.

The virtual offshoot of Naidex has been launched to provide a series of free, online, informative sessions, based on the needs of the independent living and healthcare community.  The virtual version will feature a wide range of digital activities, webisodes, product showcases, and more.

Industry experts will host the sessions and provide free support, advice, and valuable information on the most pressing challenges facing the industry today.

How could Naidex Virtual help you?

  • Free support, education and CPD accredited training.
  • Source solutions to overcome challenges.
  • Join a support network.
  • Voice your concerns to experts.

The first webisode - ‘Room to Improve: Independence in the Home’, will be taking place on 2nd December at 2pm.

The session topic is certainly a timely one, considering the Government has launched a public consultation on raising home accessibility standards. Yet, despite this development, Naidex says more still needs to be done.

Key areas of discussion in this first will be:

  • Home adaptations.
  • Accessibility standards.
  • Technology-enabled solutions.
  • Additional support and resources.

Event organisers have told the industry to get in touch if there is a particular topic that they would like to see at this year's event. Register once to gain unlimited access (which includes on-demand), to all of the webisodes, webinars and product showcases.

If you're eager to find out who will be speaking at the 2021 event at Birmingham NEC, visit the website for a full list of speakers and exhibitors.

For more information about the virtual event, and to register your interest for Naidex Live, visit:

Are you up to date with the latest policy news? Read the letter from 60 social care organisations, calling on Government to allow care home visitors during the national lockdown. 

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