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Tourism for All: „We Want to Found a Nationwide Uniform Test Seal”

Whether beach or culture – vacation is for relaxing and recovering. That’s why you want to avoid needless uproar because of missing accessibility on site. In order to make it possible for vacationers to know in advance what they can expect at their destination, the National Coordination Office Tourism for All (NatKo) has invented a new test seal.Tourism for All: „We Want to Found a Nationwide Uniform Test Seal” - Read more

Johannes Mairhofer - That´s How He Rolls

Photo: Johannes Mairhofer; linked to He does not like self-pity. Johannes Mairhofer prefers a positive attitude to life. With his project “No Contradiction” the photographer wants to contribute to a proper coverage about people with disabilities. How he succeeds in separating from clichés as well as useless things, he tells us on REHACARE.de. Johannes Mairhofer - That´s How He Rolls - Read more

Gunnar van der Pütten - That´s How He Rolls

Photo: Gunnar van der Pütten; linked to A stroke turned his life upside down. And Gunnar van der Pütten would really like to get rid of the ramifications. But nevertheless he has not lost his joy of living. What about he can laugh heartily and how many kilometers he already drove on his tricycle, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Gunnar van der Pütten - That´s How He Rolls - Read more

Benedikt Lika - That´s How He Rolls

Photo: Benedikt Lika; linked to Being the Federal Chancellor of Germany is his dream. Because then Benedikt Lika could take political inclusion in his own hands. This is what really matters to him. But to what extend not only politics influence his life, but also music and the Roll an Walk Orchestra do, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Benedikt Lika - That´s How He Rolls - Read more

Ninia Binias - That´s How She Rolls

Photo: Ninia Binias; linked to She calls herself “LaGrande”, but does not have any delusions of grandeur: Blogger Ninia Binias is officially considered to be runtish, but this classification cannot limit her. She is interested in feminism, photography and inclusion. Which role butterflies and bunnies play in her life and which questions she wants to be answered by a TV show, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Ninia Binias - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Miriam Proksch - That´s How She Rolls

Photo: Miriam Proksch; linked to What helped wheelchair drivers to accept their new life with a wheelchair? And what did not help? – That’s what Miriam Proksch is asking herself in her final paper. For this, the divinity student is currently looking for dialog partners who are willing to talk to her. Which wishes and dreams she further has, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Miriam Proksch - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Laura M. Schwengber - That´s How She Rolls

Photo: Laura M. Schwengber; linked to Who likes watching music clips on YouTube, might have already seen her: Laura M. Schwengber. The sign language interpreter translates the latest chart songs into sign language for a German radio station. The video clips can be seen online. How the eager young woman thinks about sleeping and why she needs ruthless furniture movers, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Laura M. Schwengber - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Helena Dindas - That´s How She Rolls

Photo: Helena Dindas; linked to Many people have fears of contacts towards people with disabilities. Also Helena Dindas experienced this firsthand after her stroke. By publishing her fears, feelings and experiences in a book, she wants to help others to get rid of their helplessness towards handicapped people. In which moments she needs help sometimes and what makes her happy, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Helena Dindas - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Silvia Rottmar - That´s How She Rolls

Photo: Silvia Rottmar; linked to Silvia Rottmar wants to engcourage other people. Encourage them to accept their life with the brittle-bone disease and to keep their chin up. For, this is also her way of seeing her life with the disease. What else really matters to her, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Silvia Rottmar - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Stroke: „My Strokes Were the Best Things that Could Have Happened to Me“

For many people, strokes are only important when it’s already too late. But actually also healthy people should be interested in this. This is also the opinion of Willi Daniels, 64, who already had three strokes.Stroke: „My Strokes Were the Best Things that Could Have Happened to Me“ - Read more