Canada’s largest disability exhibition – People in Motion

 

*Post has been updated with info for the 2015 exhibition.

This FREE to the public event is designed to educate on the latest and most innovative products and services—from mobility aids to adapted vehicles, rehabilitation services, home healthcare products and more, everything is intended to help enhance independence. We like independence. 🙂

This is a perfect opportunity for us to discover unique services and participate in some fantastic sporting demos and have a chance to meet experts and ask questions.

Highlights include: 

A Para Archery Range: Find your inner Robin Hood with the Ontario Association of Archers and pick up a bow and give archery a try.

Blind Fishing: Join fisherman Laurence Gunther, legally blind since age eight, talk about how he earned his Masters in Environmental Studies and how he created the world’s first fishing boat capable of being operated by the blind.
 
Appearing Live: Listen to Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Hines perform songs from his album “How We Fly.”
 
Seminar Stage: Learn at educational seminars featuring speakers from a wide variety of organizations like these

View full list of 2015 Exhibitors Here

Show Dates/Times:

May 29-30, 2015 (10 AM to 5 PM)

Venue: Exhibition Place, Queen Elizabeth, 190 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto

Cost: FREE!

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