West Wales fabrication company Rails Direct Ltd. is gearing up to Wales firmly on the map of innovation within the disability and independent living sector at the annual Naidex expo at the NEC in Birmingham this week.
Rails Direct CEO Abi Jenkins feels passionate about the impact their products can have on peoples lives, especially given the lack of anything similar on the market.
“With an increase in the number of young people needing adaptions to their home, and an increase on design and interiors, it seems bizarre that grab rails are still white plastic hospital style objects that stick out like a sore thumb. We like to do things differently and so we’ve developed a range of rails that are made to order to suit a persons needs. Whether that be a sleek matte grey rail to match living room decor, a stylish anti slip black rail for by the front door, or a collection of 14 handrails in RAL signal violet for a dementia home to help residents of the home to gain perception of their surroundings in line with recent research demonstrating the importance of contrasting colours to dementia sufferers. We want to make beautiful products and we want to change peoples lives with them. Naidex is the perfect stage for us to showcase our innovation and we hope to make some great connections there”
Naidex is Europe’s most exciting event dedicated to the disability, independent living and healthcare professional sectors. In the wake of the huge success of the most recent instalment of this esteemed and long-established event, Naidex will return for its 44th year to the Birmingham NEC on the 25th & 26th April 2018.
Naidex encourages and instils innovation, education and inspiration. By bringing together the entire industry under one roof over two days, Naidex is changing the perception of disabilities. For free tickets to the Naidex event, or to learn more about the work of Rails Direct email 01570 218060