For almost a month, the exhibition "Touchdown 21" has been opened by people with and without Down Syndrome in the Federal Art Gallery in Bonn, Germany (Bundeskunsthalle). Anne Leichtfuß has also put a lot of passion into the preliminary work. On REHACARE.com she tells us what else moves her besides her work as a translator for Easy (German) Language and why she never wants to become the Federal Commissioner for the Disabled.
Anne Leichtfuß: Many people have already impressed me in my life. I have learned a lot from them and have benefited from their attitude. But in first place, I would definitely name my parents. They have educated me with lots of love and at any time so that I knew they would let me make my own decisions and stand by my side, even when I was very young. And I always could have been sure about that they love me no less when I make mistakes. It was a good and valuable basis for my remaining life which carries me to this day.