Photo: Accessible beach ; © panthermedia.net/Silvina Rusinek

Interview with Dr. Victoria Eichhorn

There is a market for accessible traveling in Europe. Yet it only grows very slowly. But actually there is a huge demand, like a study has recently proved. So what does the travel industry have to offer – already today and in future? Click here for the interview

Photo: Accessible beach ; © panthermedia.net/Silvina Rusinek REHACARE Magazine "Many people underestimate the economic impact of accessible tourism in Europe"

Photo: Two wheelchair users;© Josefsheim Bigge/Pedro Citoler

Interview with Nicole Seifert

Whether it’s a wheelchair or a walker – for people with disabilities, it is crucial to control their own mobility in a competent and safe manner. Yet not everyone truly feels confident in every situation with these assistive devices. Click here for the interview

Photo: Two wheelchair users;© Josefsheim Bigge/Pedro Citoler REHACARE Magazine "Safe mobility starts with the right choice and adaptation of the wheelchair"

Photo: Woman in a wheelchair at the beach; © Timo Hermann

Traveling with disabilities

What do people with disabilities experience when they plan their vacation? How well do they cope when they are traveling? And what exactly do they want? Questions upon questions. REHACARE.de asked around. Click here for the article

Photo: Woman in a wheelchair at the beach; © Timo Hermann REHACARE Magazine Self-determined traveling with disabilities?!

Photo: Silke Schönfleisch-Backofen; © private

People of short stature and mobility

In many areas of life, participation is also tied to mobility. Persons of short stature have very different approaches to this. Click here for the interview

Photo: Silke Schönfleisch-Backofen; © private REHACARE Magazine "Persons of short stature need to find their own kind of mobility"