New exhibitors are lining up for the Perth Expo. Among them are Hero Products, a WA designed range of inflatable rash shirts and wetsuits that offer buoyancy protection for all water activities. The Hero Inflatable Rash Guard carries ISO Certified Buoyancy and SPF protection. It will inflate into a buoyancy aid if required with full head and neck support that rotates from a facedown position, pictured. 

And there is the KiddiKutter, designed for children three years and older to help them cut their own food safely. It is said to cut anything that a sharp knife can, without the risk of cutting little fingers due to the rounded serrations of the stainless-steel blade, using a sawing action. Available in a selection of bright colours.

The Topline 150 indoor electric clothesline is a drying option for year-round drying. The unit is installed to a ceiling, remotely controlled at the push of a button with drying rods easily lowered from the ceiling ready for action. Clothes are dried from the home warmth or the built-in heater. An electrician or home handyman can install the unit but it needs to be hardwired by a qualified electrician to complete the electrical installation.

Want to Bee Free? Then head to this Australian owned and operated mobility aids provider. Stand out from the crowd with a heavy duty mobility scooter, styled after the ’57 Chevy classic truck, with a travel range up to 75km on a full charge , weight capacity up to 200kg, a heated seat, reverse sensors and immobiliser.

A comprehensive seminar program is another expo feature. It begins on the first day, May 31 with an informative breakfast session presented by Occupational Therapy Australia with a paediatric panel discussion at 1pm with occupational therapist Lauren Farrell. On the following day a breakfast session on wheelchairs will be presented by Amy Bjornson, and everyone is invited to the Adaptive Clothing Fashion show at 12.15.

This sold-out event takes place at the Claremont Showground from May 31 to June 1 and entry is free.