Tips and events 2016
Trend topics of REHACARE 2016
Being mobile, staying mobile
Auxiliary means: Living self-determined – participating easily
Living and care – everyday life at home
Being active in sports with disability
Topic of the Month
Topics of the Month 2016
Our Topics 2016
January 2016: Arts and culture for everybody
February 2016: Self-determined living in old age
March 2016: People with disabilities worldwide
April 2016: Accessible retail
May 2016: Accessible traveling
June 2016: Athletic competitions
July 2016: Mobility
August 2016: Advanced training in care
September 2016: Auxiliary means for anybody
Topics of the Month 2015
How we roll
Dennis Winkens - That's how he rolls
Kassandra Ruhm - That's how she rolls
Meike Mittmeyer-Riehl - That's how she rolls
Arne Schöning - That's how he rolls
Older How we roll interviews
We asked ...
Concept for caregiver workload relief: "Empathy is a fundamental part of being human"
Looking for and finding inclusive shared housing options at WOHN:SINN
Will software automatically describe movie plots in the near future?
Older We asked interviews
Vibes and voices from REHACARE 2016
Hand in hand – Family caregivers and nursing services provide in-home care
Sitting volleyball players train for the 2016 Paralympics
Mobility – accessible travel with public transportation
REHACARE 2016: Self-determined living
Generation-friendly shopping at akzenta
DESINO GmbH - Sportrollstühle, Geländerollstühle, Aktivrollstühle
15/09/2016: Care: Support for relatives and staff
01/09/2016: Auxiliary means for anyone
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Work and education
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Brain-machine interfaces: Paraplegics regain feelings and movements
Eight people who have spent years paralyzed from spinal cord injuries have regained partial sensation and muscle control in their lower limbs after training with brain-controlled robotics.