Danish.Care is Denmark's trade organisation for assistive and welfare technology. We work with and for the Danish welfare industry and with all of the industry's and the welfare society's stakeholders and partners.
The association has 120 member companies including manufacturers and suppliers of assistive technology, welfare technology, and services within the area of assistive technology and care.
The history of the association
The association was founded in 1981 and therefore Danish.Care celebrated its 40th anniversary in february 2021. Through four decades the association has been the voice of the trade.
Before April 2018 Danish.Care was known as "Dansk Rehab Gruppe". The name change in 2018 was an element in and a result of a strategy process in the trade association. At the time the association had strengthened its position as the industry's organization and stakeholder.
Who can join Danish.Care?
Manufacturers of assistive technology products, welfare technology products, and services within the area of assistive technology and care may be accepted as members of the association as well as companies with related products and services.
Companies, associations, institutions, etc., which are related to the industry without being able to fulfil the conditions to become core members may be accepted as associate members.
For more information about the association please read Danish.Care's profile brochure HERE
Danish.Care's purpose is to work towards:
- Ensuring that the industry for assistive technology, welfare technology and services within the area of assistive technology and care have the best possible framework conditions both in Denmark and internationally.
- Being a constructive and qualified protector of interests and opinion creator for manufacturers and distributors of assistive technology, welfare technology and services.
- Supporting knowledge about and sales of assistive technologies and welfare technology both nationally and internationally, including hosting the Health & Rehab Scandinavia trade fair and participating in export drives.
- Offering its members professional information, knowledge and advice on prioritised areas (legislation, regulatory conditions, export, tenders, procurement, and related areas), either directly or via network cooperation.
- Supporting concrete cooperation across networks, both between companies within the industry and with regard to relevant external parties.
- Supporting the knowledge and utility value when using assistive technologies and welfare technologies, and the innovative development of products and services for disabled people and others with functional impairments.