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The Nepean Disability Expo – Back For a Big Year In 2016

Posted by admin on January 8, 2016



The Nepean Disability Expo is excited to be back for 2016. The purpose of the expo is to bring the community of Nepean, Hawkesbury, Blue Mountains, Western and broader Sydney together once again, following a successful year in 2014. This years’ expo will give people living with a disability and organisations the chance to get involved in an event that showcases a range of key services, support-based resources & unique products available in the disability sector.  

The roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme  is giving over 14,000 Nepean residents living with a disability greater control over their lives and the services they choose.

 This makes this years’ Expo crucial to help you find out about:

  • Advocacy and support networks available

The Nepean Disability Expo prides itself on bringing together a variety of people, service providers, charities and businesses with the aim of enhancing the lives of people with a disability & everyone involved in their care and rehabilitation. This years Expo will be hosted at the Exhibition Marquee Penrith Panthers and spread out over two full days. The event will have something for everyone including plenty of kids entertainment, a café offering food and drink and a revamped main stage with entertaining performances & product demonstration’s.

To get involved as an attendee follow the NDE Facebook page and Blog page for regular updates and articles. Ensure you also mark the Sydney event on your calendar, which runs from Friday 16 September – Saturday 17 September.

To be part of the Expo we have a range of exhibitor and sponsorship options based on the space you require and where you would like to position your business/organisation at the Expo. Early bird registrations are now open and spots are booking fast, If you would like to make a booking, fill out the online form or call 02 9025 9388 to discuss your options. Get involved and contribute to improving the quality of life for people with a disability in our community. 

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