The Occupational Therapy Show takes place at the NEC Birmingham, on the 24th & 25th November 2021, and offers Occupational Therapists (OTs) a CPD accredited conference programme spread over two days, together with an integrated exhibition hall for suppliers to showcase products and services to thousands of OTs.
There are conference theatres built in and around the exhibition floor, and a staggered programme means delegates (your potential clients) cannot go from one session straight into another. This gives you the footfall and the ability to have valuable conversations throughout the two days – not just in break times!
2019 attracted an audience of managers, technical officers, clinical leads, and commissioners working within Equipment Provision to share best practice, and offered advice and direction to suppliers looking to work with regional loan stores and local authority integrated care equipment services (ICES).
The Occupational Therapy Show attracts 5,000+ OT professionals from across the UK and over 250 equipment managers and commissioners, so exhibitors could meet face to face with their target audience who have the time, resource,s and authority to make decisions there and then.
In 2019 the audience was made up of the following regions:
VIPS at The Occupational Therapy Show
Tanni, Baroness Gray Thompson DBE
Tanni, Baroness Gray Thompson DBE, DL, Crossbench Peer is one of Britain’s greatest Paralympic athletes and we are so excited that she will be joining us on Wednesday 24th November. She competed in five Paralympic Games winning 11 gold medals, 4 silvers and 1 bronze and is acknowledged as one of the most gifted and courageous sportswomen of her generation. In addition to her outstanding Paralympic achievements, between 1992 and 2002 she won the London Wheelchair Marathon a total of six times.
Lee Ridley AKA Lost Voice Guy
Lee Ridley AKA Lost Voice Guy will be at The Occupational Therapy Show on Thursday 25th November. Lee may not be able to talk but he definitely has something to say, and his comedy will leave you speechless. Since making his first stand up performance, Ridley has gained quite the reputation for being both very funny and very unique. In 2014 he won the BBC New Comedy Award, however, is best known for becoming the winner of ITV’s highest rated show, Britain’s Got Talent, in 2018. He was the first comic ever to win the show, and when he took to the stage delivered easily one of the most hilarious stand-up routines the show has seen. We can’t wait to welcome him to the NEC.