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Organisers of the annual Posture and Mobility Group (PMG) Conference have confirmed new dates for its next show, which will now take place from 11th to 13th July 2022.

Established in 1992, PMG was set up as a conference to advance and disseminate knowledge about the posture and wheeled mobility needs of people with disabilities.

Taking place annually, the PMG Conference provides education, an industry exhibition, and networking events for professionals working in the field of posture and wheeled mobility. Main attendees at the conferences include occupational therapists, physiotherapists, rehabilitation engineers and clinical scientists working with the NHS Wheelchair Services.

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The 2020 PMG Conference was originally supposed to take place in November; however, the show was pushed back to July 2021 following “uncertainties of the times”.

Now, due to the “continuing impact” of the coronavirus pandemic, PMG has confirmed that the show will not be going ahead as planned in July 2021.

The new PMG Conference dates are 11th-13th of July 2022, still at the Telford International Centre.

In a statement about the show’s postponement, PMG Conference organisers said: “Bookings will open again shortly, meaning that if you have unspent funds in your study leave budget, you’ll be able to register before the end of this financial year.

“If you’ve already registered for the 2021 conference, we’ll be in touch soon, but please contact us if you don’t hear this month about a current conference booking. Email in the first instance.

“We hope to announce the date for re-opening of conference registration next week, via the PMG website, through another mailing, and on our social media platforms. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please email”

PMG advises that Olwen is working part-time during the pandemic, so says there may be a delay in response.

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