WELCOME TO THE 2018 CARE EXPO
Australian Events is proud to be involved in an exciting and important new event for Queensland, the 2018 Care Expo to be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. This event is an exciting opportunity for both professionals working within the care, health and support industries, but also for end users seeking information and assistance. This event will bring people together from all demographics and needs, allowing them to connect directly with the services, providers and supportive businesses.
DISCOVER PRODUCTS & SERVICES IN:
Aged Care | In-Home Care and Support | Government Agencies | Employment | Technology | Care Aids | Training | Mental Health | Not-for-profit Organisations | NDIS | Healthcare | Mobility Support | Disability Support | Family Support | Social and Recreation Services | Advocacy | And More
The 2018 Care Expo will bring together a diverse range of community services, businesses and organisations providing products and services from the support, health and care industries, all under the one big roof! From the 14th – 15th of September 2018, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre will be filled with a diverse range of exhibitors that provide products, services, technology and equipment suitable for those who require extra support, care and aid in everyday life.
This event is a first for Queensland providing unparalleled access to important care and support needs ranging from aged care facilities, not-for-profit organisations and mobility aids to mental health, education and in-home support services. The 2018 Care Expo will also feature a range of inspirational and educational speakers presenting over the two days.
Major Glenn Todhunter
2018 Event Ambassador
Care Expo is proud to welcome Major Glenn Todhunter as the Ambassador for the 2018 Event.
On September 22 1995, Major Glenn Todhunter found himself trapped in the wreckage of his aircraft after it had crashed heavily during a training flight. After several days of intensive care and being on life support, he awoke to the reality of having both his legs amputated below the knee. It took Glenn eight years to rebuild his life.