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Photo: Tina Paulick; Copyright: Silke Paulick

Tina Paulick - That's how she rolls

21/12/2016

Studying abroad being visually impaired needs more preparation, but it is also worth it: Since October Tina Paulick is living in Ireland and blogging about her experience. She wants more accessibility in the internet and explains that life is not defined by a disability. Why she would like to be her dog and what is important for her, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Tabea Hosche; Copyright: Britt Schilling

Tabea Hosche - That's how she rolls

14/12/2016

Tabea Hosche is a journalist and filmmaker. But not Hollywood is in her focus, but rather people with disabilities. She wants to report about people just the way they are - not pitying, not heroizing, not only with regard to disability and its consequences. Why she would like to slip into the body of her daughter for a week, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Image: Christine Tschuschner; Copyright: Peter Magner, Neuss

Christine Tschuschner - That's how she rolls

30/11/2016

She studies hearing impairment pedagogy, is an author at hearzone.net and translates songs into sign language: Christine Tschuschner wants to live in a self-determined way – also with capital resources. That’s why it is important for her that the Federal Participation Law will be optimized. Why she fancies for Cosma Shiva Hagen and which animal she would like to be, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Dr. Carsten Rensinghoff; Copyright: Andrea Rensinghoff

Dr. Carsten Rensinghoff - That's how he rolls

07/12/2016

Nothing about us without us! This motto of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is what Dr. Carsten Rensinghoff demands for decisions in politics concerning people with disabilities. This would be the foundation for comprehensive inclusion. Where else he sees some problems in this regard and who influenced him the most, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Image: Anne Leichtfuß; Copyright: Martin Langhorst

Anne Leichtfuß - That's how she rolls

23/11/2016

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.
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Photo: Christian Troger; Copyright: Baurecht

Christian Troger - That's how he rolls

16/11/2016

People need clear goals for life, says Christian Troger. Therefore his goal is to motivate and inspire others. Everything that is important for him he tries to realize – in professional or private life. He informs us about the legal situation for disabled people in Austria and what he would like to change, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Ottmar Miles-Paul; Copyright: Eva Buchholz/ISL

Ottmar Miles-Paul - That's how he rolls

09/11/2016

Preserving and implementing human rights of people with disabilities is near and dear to Ottmar Miles-Paul. He really wants that there is justice in our world. Therefore, the committed activist fights against the worsening of the German Federal Participation Law – online as well as offline. What kind of idea he definitely wants to realize some day, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Anouk Schmitt; Copyright: Lukas Kapfer

Anouk Schmitt - That's how she rolls

02/11/2016

Togetherness on eye level – that is what Anouk Schmitt likes to advocate for. People should act with each other exactly this way, no matter what sex, religion or disability they have. She tells us on REHACARE.com, why she wants to be a child again and what makes her partner so special.
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Photo: Matthias Klei in front of a graffiti; Copyright: Matthias Klei

Matthias Klei - That's how he rolls

26/10/2016

Matthias Klei loves to overcome boundaries, likes to face personal challenges and tries to realize his dreams - for example a trip around the world. An inclusive society which is geared to disadvantaged people would make things much easier. Why Christoph Waltz would be the perfect cast for him in a movie, and what is getting on his nerves, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Lars Hemme with flatcap; Copyright: Lars Hemme

Lars Hemme - That's how he rolls

19/10/2016

Lars Hemme is actually pleased with his life, but he keeps on asking himself when disabled people are no longer treated as second-class citizens. Therefore he would like to speak to Ms. Merkel. Why he has not been on the Way of St. James yet and what he can laugh about, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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