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Senior Models: “Their Presence Shapes Our Image of Old Age“

Fun loving and competent – more and more companies present themselves this way in advertising. Yet when the advertising campaign is meant to appeal to a more mature target audience, many are still struggling with the images they have in their mind of aging. This is when models of a similar age are in demand. But are there actually any models over the age of 50?Senior Models: “Their Presence Shapes Our Image of Old Age“ - Read more

Empowering People with Disabilities in the Green Industries

( Source: REHACARE.de )

[08/01/2014] People with disabilities represent a talented and creative section of the workforce in most areas of employment. A study suggests that as the so-called "green economy" grows, so education and training opportunities should be tailored to people with disabilities as well as those without.Empowering People with Disabilities in the Green Industries - Read more

Inclusion Inclusive: Working in an Integration Institution

Bringing people together in new ways – The employees of Haus Müllestumpe live according to this motto. Seven among the 20 employees have learning difficulties (also called mentally impairment). REHACARE.de had a look over their shoulder.Inclusion Inclusive: Working in an Integration Institution - Read more

Autistic People and their Careers: More than just IT

In Germany, only five percent of the people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) work on the regular job market although they have many skills which can be deployed differently.Autistic People and their Careers: More than just IT - Read more

Photographer with One Eye: „Disability and Success Are No Contradiction”

People and their stories are his passion – and his profession: Johannes Mairhofer works as a self-employed photographer in Munich. His thematic priorities are events and portraits. He is curious and open about new things. The only difference to his colleagues is his eye.Photographer with One Eye: „Disability and Success Are No Contradiction” - Read more

e-Inclusion: Computer and Internet for Everyone

It is really not difficult for us to be online nowadays with a laptop, smart phone or tablet computer. But this does not hold true for everyone: people with disabilities encounter barriers online, too. The project Di-Ji (German “Digital informiert – im Job integriert”) is the first place to go for all those who want to remove digital barriers in the work world.e-Inclusion: Computer and Internet for Everyone - Read more

Postgraduate Training up Close: Wound Experts in Greater Demand than ever

The number of chronic wounds increases and by now it has become clear that only special expert knowledge can help to counteract against this development. Therefore, uniform guidelines shall guarantee the optimum treatment of the patients. Nevertheless, postgraduate education is more important because this way medical staff can become experts in the matter of wounds: a profession with perspective.Postgraduate Training up Close: Wound Experts in Greater Demand than ever - Read more

Collegians With Disabilities - Success Linked to Mentoring

( Source: REHACARE.de )

[07/11/2012] A Rutgers study of recent New Jersey college and university graduates with disabilities has found that students attributed their academic success to a combination of possessing such strong personality traits as self-advocacy and perseverance, and their relationship with a faculty or staff mentor.Collegians With Disabilities - Success Linked to Mentoring - Read more

Horst Giesen considers the results of REHACARE 2012

Horst Giesen, Project Director REHACARE, considers the results and looks forward to REHACARE 2013.Horst Giesen considers the results of REHACARE 2012 - Read more

Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Everybody Has to Say Something

Taking part in the lessons without speaking? Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) makes it possible. With so-called Talkers children with speech impediments can actively take part in the lessons at the Hirtenweg school in Hamburg, Germany. Thus they get the chance to be like all pupils to a certain extent – a little normality far away from the role as an outsider.Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Everybody Has to Say Something - Read more

 
 

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