Kim Denise Hansmann - That's how she rolls


Young, fully inclusive and on air in German TV: this is Kim Denise Hansmann. At, she tells us what is important to her, what she fights for and what else she wants to achieve.
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Name: Kim Denise Hansmann
Age: 19
City: Staufenberg, Germany
Occupation: Apprentice office administrator from 1 August
Impairment: Having MS since 2005
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When did you last laugh heartily and what about?

Kim Denise Hansmann:
Just yesterday, about my brother.

Which person has influenced you most?

Kim Denise Hansmann: That are my parents, because they gave me space to make my own experiences.

You have the chance to become the German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first?

Kim Denise Hansmann: 
I would support improved equality and to inform people. I would like to give "disabled people" the feeling that they are worth as much as healthy people. Their worth is no less because they have a condition.

Your life is made into a film: Who would represent you?

Kim Denise Hansmann: I. No other person would be able to convey my life better than myself.

Which questions would you like answered the most?

Kim Denise Hansmann: Why is not happening more to benefit people with disabilities? More information, more support for those who want to do something.

What I finally want to say...

Kim Denise Hansmann: I will fight on and try to give courage and power to others.