Rompa travelled to Russia to support our long standing and valued partners Rehab and Medical through a week of public events. We met people from all sectors of health care from students in colleges, to Ministers of social services and health care.
The Conference Room
We travelled from Kazan to Moscow, to spread the word of Snoezelen with evidence based research and practices, which was kindly provided through the work of Dr Lesley Collier. We also explained innovative technologies and environmental control for caring and preventative measures delivered by yours truly.
Jason & Lesley and the Rehab and Medical Team
“I never ceased to be amazed by the commitment and effort that is obvious within health care providers. In Russia, the passion to respond to worldwide recognised challenges is very much present and active.”
We presented lectures at a Technical college in Kazan to talk with students who are learning about sensory environments, and who are still striving to find their specific professional area of interest.
Finally we delivered seminars to existing Rehab and Medical customers who are either in need of re-vamping existing equipment, or who wished to further understand the current state of equipment and updated research available.
“I personally feel honoured to have been a part of this exciting venture through Russia, and I feel privileged to have worked with professionals within Russia’s care sectors performing at the highest level.”
“I must have drunk my own body weight in vodka. It would have been rude not to though…..”
Integrated Systems Europe Exhibition Amsterdam
Rompa visited the integrated systems Europe exhibition in Amsterdam to find new and exciting technologies. Companies large and small attended ISE 2013 to show off their new ideas and to share plans over the coming year.
“WOW, I have never seen so many exciting displays in my life! No, I’m not talking about the red light district… technology has changed so much since ISE 2012! Amazing technology that would once cost the earth is now readily available for us to tap into. We have so many ideas for new products it will keep us busy for the next decade!”
“I was particularly interested in new forms of interaction and improving quality of imaging, audio and user friendliness. In this I found a company which have developed a transparent touch screen TV, this product is innovative in the way it has been developed and is also a wonderful product for room screening and a high level of supervision during interaction.”
We at Rompa want to provide products and rooms with the most up to date tech, and ISE 2013 was a great opportunity to for us to further our product development research. ISE 2013 showed technologies coming into the main stream and corporate markets, and with this we are able to take inspiration and further improve technology within the special needs market.
“Now I am back I will set to work in creating products which are interactive in new ways, that provide greater sensory involvement and which will suite the modern working sensory environment.”
P.S “Travelling on a ferry in 110mph winds is best avoided.”