Exhibitors AT CARDIFF 2019

Main Exhibition Floor

 

Stand 1

Stickman Communications produces accessibility friendly products and aims to create understanding and acceptance of disability as a different normal

 

Stand 2

Maplebrook Wills offers specialised consulting services to individuals and their families on wills, trusts and LPA’s.

 

Stand 3

Asperger World is brought you by Joely Williams, an world and national multi award winning autism activist, motivational speaker, trainer and best selling author.

 

Stand 4

Sinclairs Law is a leading law firm with an established reputation in specialist  family law services, including SEN Specialist Education Law Solicitors

 

Stand 5

Cardiff Family Advice and Support brings together a range of existing and new information, advice and assistance services for children, young people and their families.

 

Stand 6

The Index is Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan’s voluntary register of children and young people with disabilities or additional needs. 

 

Stand 7

Families First Advice Line is a first point of contact telephone service aimed at families with children 0 – 18 years of age who live in the Vale of Glamorgan, and professionals supporting families in the Vale.

 

Stand 8

TLC Wales Fostering is an independent fostering agency based in Crosshands, Camarthenshire. We were established specifically to provide family placements for children and young people from birth to 18 with disabilities and complex needs.

 

Stand 9

Gofal Cymru Care provide care and support services for people aged over 18, with mild to moderate learning disabilities and mental health needs.

 

Stand 10

Derwen College works with young people with learning difficulties and disabilities.

 

Stand 12

Abilia offer products and aids to improve the lives of people with functional impairments.

 

Stand 14

Smartbox provide assistive technology solutions that help people with disabilities to communicate and be independent.

 

Stand 15

Coleg Elidyr is a specialist college in Wales for young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities, including autism and Down Syndrome.

 

Stand 16

Skybound Therapies multi-disciplinary team combine Applied Behaviour Analysis, Positive Behaviour Support, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy  and Social Skills.

 

Stand 17

Lilbits offer sensory toys and products for children and adults.

 

Stand 18

Orbis Education and Care supports children, young people and adults with complex needs associated with autism and its associated needs.

 

Stand 19

Gwenlilian Education Centre provide school placements to children and young adults with a diagnosis of Autism in South and West Wales.

 

Stand 20

Weston House provide residential education programmes.

 

Stand 21

The Autism Directory helps autism families & individuals find autism related resources in their local area & beyond.

 

Stand 22&23

Safespaces manufacture, supply and install custom made safe rooms high sided beds and sleep areas for use at home, in schools, hospitals respite care or for travel.

 

Stand 25

Weird Triangles design and create custom clothing and products that are ethical, inspiring and creative.

 

Stand 26

Optikinetics is a leading innovator of specialist lighting projection effects

 

Stand 27

Beechwood College is a specialist further education college dedicated to students over the age of 16 on the autistic spectrum.

 

Stand 28

Education Advocacy is a specialist legal consultancy, which provides legal support and guidance to parents of children with special educational needs.

 

Stand 29

Seirrah OT is a private provider of Occupational Therapy services for individuals aged 0 to 25 years of age with developmental challenges in their movement, play, learning, and behaviour.

 

Stand 30

Chewigem produce sensory toys for adults with autism.

 

Stand 33&34

Sen Books is a specialist bookshop with books and materials for students, teachers and parents, focusing on dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, dyscalculia, DCD, Asperger Syndrome and Autism. 

 

Stand 36

Doterra produce therapeutic oil products for individuals with autism.

Stand 38

Capability Sailing provide sailing opportunities for people of all abilities and backgrounds.

Stand 40

 

Stand 41

Loyn Toys produce toys and products for sensory integration for autistic individuals.

 

Stand 42

Community Health Council provide a statutory and independent voice in health services provided throughout Wales.

 

Stand 44

Founded in 1987, Jessica Kingsley Publishers publish books for professionals and general readers in a range of subjects, including the autism spectrum, social work, and arts therapies.

 

Support Zone Floor

Stand T2

Natural Sanctuary Wellbeing offers a range of therapies at its relaxing clinic in Bridgend.

 

Stand T4

Jacqui Anne Therapies offer complimentary therapies to work along side medical treatments or consultation.

 

Stand T7

Chris Baker is a self taught artist from Cardiff living with Asperger syndrome. 

 

Stand T8

Carers Wales supports carers throughout Wales and campaigns for their rights.

 

Stand T9

National Star is an independent specialist further education college for people with physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and associated learning difficulties. 

 

Stand T10

Queen Alexandra College is a specialist college based in Birmingham, providing learning opportunities for people with visual impairment and/or other disabilities.

 

Stand T12

Ocean Arts Centre is a multi-use arts centre based in Cardiff Bay, Wales, offering music therapy and an intimate venue available to hire for events.

 

Stand T13

Chinese Autism Support aim to empower parents within the Chinese community and promote understanding.

 

Stand T14


 

Stand T20

Nicola Reekie offers bespoke services to coach parents with neuro diverse children..

 

Stand T21

Smooth Starts Plus provide a unique clinical and support service designed and based upon the positive behaviour support model. 

 

Stand T23

 

Stand T24

Learning Disability Wales represents the learning disability sector in Wales.

 

Stand T25

Tree of Hope helps children and young people with a disability or illness by supporting their families to raise the money they need to pay for specialist care that is not freely available through the UK healthcare system.

 

Stand T26

Hope GB is a voluntary run support group to help families, carers and associates of children and adults with autism and Aspergers.

 

Stand T28