10.30: presentation of the REVAnueva Awards by mathias De Clercq, mayor of Ghent
Ongoing exhibition by the nominees for the REVAnueva Award
Ongoing projection of the exhibitors’ new products
Terrace where you can have a break, enjoy a chat etc.
Information stand in the middle of the hall about assistance tools and adaptations for the home and leisure time.
Workshops: demonstration of adaptations and assistance tools (maximum 30 minutes)
11.00: Cycling safely to school
12.30: Celebrating without limitations
14.00: Independent holidays with a wheelchair
15.30: Getting through traffic with mobility aids
Ongoing films about adaptations with subtitles.
REVAhome – Home Advice
Free advice about your home from experts for anyone with plans to build or renovate an adapted home. Bring your plans along.
10.30 – 12.30
13.30 – 15.30
Come to the REVAhome stand with all your questions about mobility, assistance tools in and around the home, public transport, alternative transport, your own transport etc.
REVAg-sport – at the back of the hall (details still need to be added)
10.15 – 12.30: ‘Don’t sit still, play sitting volleyball’: initiation for schools
12.30 – 13.15: Showdown demonstration
13.15 – 14.00: Showdown initiation
14.00 – 14.45:
14.45 – 15.30: Badminton initiation and demonstration
15.30 – 16.00:
16.00 – 17.00:
Choice of 21 talks in three auditoria: see REVAstudy (add link)
- Primary school children come for an educational treasure hunt for assistance tools
- Adapted school furnishings for children with a disability (Sint-Lodewijk)
REVA turns the spotlight on the new occupational therapists.
Out and about with an occupational therapist
Visit the exhibition with an occupational therapist. They will advise you on looking for assistance tools.
The meeting point is at the stand in the middle of the hall (between REVAhome and REVAkids).
Find out more and register via email@example.com.
Mention the day you come and your phone number.
Design for (every)one
How do occupational therapists today make customised assistance tools? What technology do they use and who are their co-designers?
This exhibition provides an overview of the design possibilities of hacking, morphing and printing, with explanations, examples and 3D printers in action.
In partnership with Ghent University Hospital and HoWest University College.