The Ability Fair is a showcase of 60+ exhibitors featuring products, providers and services meant to improve the health and well-being of adults and children of all ages with physical challenges.
TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2018
10 AM- 2:30 PM
STOCKTON UNIVERSITY • STUDENT CAMPUS CENTER
101 VERA KING FARRIS DRIVE, GALLOWAY, NJ
USE PARKING LOT 2
Attendees can enter to win a gift card by visiting with vendors.
You do not need to be present to win. Winner will be notified after event.
Free hearing screens!
Free Exercise Class for Parkinson’s Disease
2018 Ability Fair Exhibitors
Bacharach Pelvic Floor Team
Michael Braxton, Atlantic City Patrolman, Para-athlete, Amputee Coalition Certified Peer Trainer
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Guest Speakers in Campus Center Lobby
10:45 a.m.— Anthony Marquez| Ability Fair Master of Ceremonies | Fierce competitor and a determined patient recovering from a spinal cord injury. His great success in using Bacharach’s neurorecovery robots has made him an outspoken advocate for the benefits of rehabilitation.
11:45 a.m. —Michael “BLADE” Braxton Jr. | National Para athlete and Atlantic City Police Detective who lost lower leg in motorcycle accident in 2013. Peer. Amputee Coalition Certified Peer Visitor and Ampovation Support Group Leader.
Free Hearing Screens from Bacharach Hearing Centers
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Meeting Room A
An audiologist will perform a passive hearing screen to check for signs of hearing loss. If you would like to reserve a time in advance email email@example.com.
Parkinson’s Disease Exercise Class
1 p.m.- 1:45 p.m.
Kimberly Cullen, PT, DPT, CLT will lead a exercise class for people with Parkinson’s disease. If you would like to reserve a spot email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Who can I contact with questions?
Contact Jamie Hoagland Email: email@example.com or Call:(609) 748-5250.
2. Do I have to register before the event?
Yes, you should pre-register for a quick check-in. There will be a registration table on site if you did not pre-register.
3. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, you should try to bring your ticket, but if you forget it we will have your information on hand.
2016 Post Event News Coverage
- Press of Atlantic City 7/21/16
- South Jersey News Today 7/20/16
- Galloway Current – Publishes next Wed 7/27
- Townsquare Media – Paid Radio Buy and PSA’s
- Off the Press with Scott Cronick Radio Talk Show – Longport Media 7/ 14/16
- The Press of Atlantic City- Paid Print and Digital
- At the Shore 7/14/16
- Cape May Gazette 7/2/16
- Barnegat- Manahawkin Patch 7/7/16
- Forked River Gazette
- SoJo 104.9
Brunswick Mobility was a fortunate enough to have been a vendor at the Ability Fair in 2015. As a Mobility Dealer we participate in a number of events during the year at venues both big and small. We were very pleased with the reception that we received when we arrived, the interest the staff had in our overall satisfaction with the show and the amount of people you were able to attract to a one day show. The mix of potential clients, influencers and students from the college interested in the field of study made the day completely enjoyable. I will be there again this year so save me a spot and by the way I am delivering a van this Friday to a gentleman that I met at last year’s show.
Roger Keil, Sales Manager
In my professional opinion it’s the best health fair that I ever attended! Between the information and the engagement it was unbelievable!
Jennifer Stroby, Marketing Manager
Bayada Home Health Care