Find out about the organisations who will be showcasing their products and services at the Disability Exhibition 2018.

As exhibitors are confirmed, we will list them below:


  • Mobility Direct
    Mobility Direct NI supply scooters, wheelchairs and daily living aids. From simple cutlery and bathing aids to scooters and wheelchairs. Mobility Direct Northern Ireland is your one stop shop for all your mobility needs.
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  • Stairlift Solutions NI
    Stairlift Solutions are an award-winning local, family business and have been selling, installing and servicing stairlifts for over 15 years. Whether you have a straight staircase or one with a turn, they provide a full range of solutions and with new, reconditioned or rental available and can even have it installed the very next day! 
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  • John Preston Healthcare Group
    Founded in 1846, John Preston & Co today remains a family owned and operated business. As well as distributing an extensive range of medical, healthcare and mobility products and equipment the company offers a wide variety of other services.
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  • Radius Housing 
    Radius provides quality and affordable social housing in 80 towns and cities throughout Northern Ireland. We provide sheltered housing for the over 55’s and general needs housing for families and single people. We also offer a range of specialist care and support facilities for the Frail Elderly, people with Dementia and Learning Disabilities and other complex needs.
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  • Centre for Independent Living NI
    The CILNI is an organisation of disabled people, working to support disabled people choosing to take more control over their arrangements for personal support.  CILNI provides a range of services to disabled people, including older people, people with learning disability and mental health service users
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  • Activate for Kids
    Activate for Kids sprang out of a desire to achieve freedom for children with special needs and their families. Based on personal experience as a parent, designs are forward thinking - the focus is on the way in which a chair is used by the child and the whole family.  
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  • Q’Straint
    Q’STRAINT continues to build on a tradition of innovation, advancing its mission of providing safe accessibility to everyone by developing the world’s highest quality, wheelchair passenger safety solutions.
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  • Family Fund
    Family Fund is the UK’s largest charity providing grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. Family Fund believe that all families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people should have the same opportunities as others.
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  • QEF - Tryb4uFly
    QEF - Tryb4uFly provide information and advice for children and adults with disabilities who are thinking about travelling by air. We provide individual cabin assessments, free information about flying with a disability and hire equipment to help make your journey easier.
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  • Moorings Mediquip
    Moorings Mediquip supply a wide range of innovative disability equipment.   All ages from children to the elderly are catered for and all personnel pride themselves in offering a personal service.
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  • Sync Living
    Sync Living, once known as Disability Needs, brings ideas, innovations and solutions to people wanting to adapt their homes or get mobility advice and solutions. From our base in Belfast, Northern Ireland, we design, manufacture, source and distribute products that improve accessibility and elevate the importance of creating design solutions that work for everyone. 
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  • Consumer Council
    Our principal statutory duty is to promote and safeguard the interests of consumers in Northern Ireland. The consumer council have specific statutory duties in relation to energy, postal services, transport, and water and sewerage. These include considering consumer complaints and enquiries, carrying out research and educating and informing consumers.
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  • Ability Matters Group
    Ability Matters provide specialist prosthetic, orthotic, and mobility services through Ability Matters Group private clinics and retail outlets.
    Ability Matters Group multi-disciplinary team provide a range of clinical services to patients. Ability Matter Group clinicians prescribe and custom-fit the best orthotic and prosthetic solutions available to optimise patient comfort and quality of life. 
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  • PSNI
    For the Police Service of Northern Ireland, keeping people safe is what we do; Policing with the Community is how we do it. Policing with the Community is about understanding and responding to the human impact of policing. It is about creating real participation between the police and the community - a partnership in which policing reflects and responds to the community’s needs and in which the community plays an active part in delivering a solution
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  • Mae Murray Foundation
    The Mae Murray Foundation has been set up to allow people of all ages and abilities to take part in activities, experience the world and enjoy friendship together in an inclusive environment. The Mae Murray Foundation have a vision of a society with true participation for all in leisure and social settings, regardless of age or ability. They feel their vision represents how a modern-day inclusive society should look.
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  • Leonard Cheshire
    We support individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Led by people with experience of disability, we are at the heart of local life — opening doors to opportunity, choice and support in communities around the globe.
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  • 3R Mobility
    3r mobility Limited is an independent mobility and specialist seating company based in Northern Ireland. The company established in 2007, has earned an enviable reputation for providing specialist mobility and seating products and services throughout the island of Ireland. With extensive experience of mobility systems, we can advise on, supply and maintain all types of mobility solutions
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  • DAERA Inland Fisheries
    The responsibilities of the Inland Fisheries including management of the public angling estate and the sustainable management of the fishery resource.  Can provide  essential information on all fisheries provided by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) in the Public Angling Estate which have special facilities or provide suitable access for anglers with disabilities
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  • Autonomie
    Autonomie are a charity in Northern Ireland who work with children and young people with physical disabilities by providing practical support. Following a comprehensive strategic review of the charity, the Trustees of Autonomie have set an ambitious target to support over 120 young people with disabilities over the next 3 years. We have opened a new dedicated centre, have extended our team and are enhancing our services
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  • NI Ambulance Service
    The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service exists to improve the health and well-being of the people of Northern Ireland.  We apply the highest levels of knowledge and skill to preserve life, prevent deterioration and promote recovery. We touch lives at times of basic human need, when care and compassion are what matter most.
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  • University of Atypical
    Formerly Arts & Disability Forum - The University of Atypical is a disabled-led arts charity, taking an empowerment based approach towards supporting disabled and deaf people’s involvement in the arts. The organisation specialises in developing and promoting the work of artists who are disabled and deaf and in reaching disabled and deaf audiences.
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