We are looking forward to attending The Assistive Technology Conference at Salford University, Manchester on the 18th of April. The event focuses on empowering independence, where leading experts will explain how ground-breaking innovations can close the disability employment gap to the benefit of both workers and employers.

If we can empower and support people with long-term conditions to remain in or return to work, individuals, employers, and society as a whole will all reap the rewards.” – Cathy Garner, Chair of the Fit for Work Coalition

We will be representing Motek, who develop innovative assistive technology solutions such as the augmented and virtual reality C-Mill treadmill. The C-Mill is perfect for healthy gait and balance training in a safe environment, using AR and VR to challenge and motivate patients. Motek also develop systems such as the Gait Realtime Analysis Interactive Lab (GRAIL) which is being used for PTSD military veteran therapy at Cardiff University and the Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) which is used by the Brain and Spinal Injury Centre (BASIC) and is also being installed in the new Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC).

Contact us if you would like to arrange a meeting or find out more about Motek’s assistive technology.