Hunter Disability Expo 2020

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Date Posted:23 October 2020 

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The Hunter Disability Expo 2020 is back on again! Come see our booth on 23rd and 24th October!

The Hunter Disability Expo is set to be the biggest and most anticipated Disability Expo on the 2020 Hunter Calendar. The National Disability Insurance Scheme has now rolled out across most of NSW, and thousands of residents with disabilities from the greater Hunter region have gained greater control over their lives and will be on the lookout for the most suitable services in their local area to meet their individual needs.

The Expo will offer a crucial opportunity:

  • for people with a disability to find out about the latest products, services, technology, aids and equipment
  • for product and service providers to connect with people with a disability, their families and carers
  • for service providers to build networks with other providers, organisations and agencies in the region
  • to bring together everyone in the Hunter Disability Sector, with the aim to enhance the lives of people with a disability

Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th October 2020

Newcastle Racecourse, Broadmeadow NSW

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