Guide Dogs Scotland Sensory Unit
Rompa Sensory Feature
Mobility Loan Point
College of Occupational Therapists
Refreshment Area
Independent Living Scotland
Canine Partners

What's On At The Show

FREE MOBILITY LOAN POINT - A16

Mobility Scotland is looking after the Mobility Loan Point and has a range of wheelchairs and mobility scooters available to hire free of charge for visitors. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Find them on Stand A16.

INFORMATION POINT - A14

Looking for specialist advice or information? Head to the Information Point run by Disability Information Scotland who will be available to advise on the wide range of products and services you can find at the show, as well as offering general advice. 

THE SENSORY GARDEN

Lynn Harris, one of the BBC's Beechgrove Garden designers, will be helping to create our first 'Sensory Garden'. This inspirational area will showcase how even the smallest garden space can be used to create powerful displays which all can enjoy.

SCOTTISH GUIDE DOGS INTERACTIVE SENSORY UNIT

Discover the Scottish Guide Dogs Interactive Sensory Unit where sighted visitors can discover the difficulties of navigating with a visual impairment when obstacles such as wheelie bins and bicycles are left in the way. Plus, don't miss their 'buzz wire challenge' which replicates a guide dog owner navigating obstacles on the streets.

VIRTUAL DEMENTIA TOUR BUS

This amazing tour bus enables people to experience how those living with Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease see the world and offers a big step in being able to adapt care through greater understanding.

MEET THE PHYSIO

Don't miss this great opportunity to benefit from free advice from a qualified physiotherapist at Independent Living Scotland. With free 15 minute slots available, discuss your requirements face-to-face and get advice on recommended steps. Limited spaces available so don't miss out - book today!

REFRESHMENT AREA

If you need a break during your busy day, head to our Refreshment Area, and enjoy the chance to relax, chat with friends, family and new acquaintances and plan where you’re heading to next!

CALLING ALL SCOTTISH OTS

See the College of Occupational Therapists on Stand F2 where they will be supporting their Scottish members, providing advice to visitors and participating in the Healthcare Professionals seminar programme.

UNMISSABLE ADVICE

Scotland’s leading charities and associations will be offering advice and support, both at the show and afterwards. See: Action on Hearing Loss Scotland, Guide Dogs Scotland, Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children, Pals with Paws, Scottish Autism, Scottish War Blinded, Spinal Injuries Scotland and many more.