Greater diversity at Care Show

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A significant number of new exhibitors are adding to the diversity of the Care Show Bournemouth, a major showcase of products and services for care homes for older people.

The event, which runs at the BIC on the 30th – 31st March 2010, is a key opportunity to reach care home owners and operators and brings to light the very latest innovations in the industry.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see demonstrations from Aidcall’s nursecall communication systems, meet representatives from Vision Call, the largest provider of domiciliary eye care in the UK and see an extensive range of laundry equipment from Girbau. Furniture, catering, pharmacy services and mobility are just a few of the care-related product categories at this year’s show.

The broad range of new and existing products and services that will be on show range from Danfloor UK’s antimicrobial flooring to Medi-Technique’s digital observation system for remote care observation and diagnostics.

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