Photo gallery: Curious visitors at REHACARE 2016

Visitors are the foundation of each trade fair. That is why we mingled with the people in the trade fair halls and asked some of them what made them come to REHACARE this year.

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Image: Martina Tedes and Michelle Russo; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Practice manager Martina Tedes from the diakonie station Hückeswagen and her student Michelle Russo are together at REHACARE. " I like the bedshowers the most. They mean less work and make the care of bedridden patients much more comfortable for patients", so Martina Tedes. Her Student adds: " The variety of beds, especially those, which do not look like nursing home beds, are great. And also to see, how many variations of wheel chairs there are."
Image: Tobias Polsfuß; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Tobias Polsfuß, founder of "Wohnsinn" - Germany's first inclusive shared flat plattform - visits REHACARE to get more information about the topic of quarters management. What does he like about REHACARE? The general view, that exhibitors of different fields come together.
Image: Maria Draser; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Maria Draser has visited REHACARE already several times. This year, she wants to inform herself about the latest news about wheelchairs. An engine that help to negotiate gradients easier and which can be installed easily, would be very interesting to her.
Image: Anja Wunderlich and Lena Reichhardt; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Anja Wunderlich, Maganager of a daycare facility for children in Bochum, and integration assistant Lena Reichardt visit REHACARE job-related, to get informed about new aids. "We are so overwhelmed about the mass of impressions and information that are offered by REHACARE", Anja Wunderlich describes her impression.
Image: Park Sungho and Choi Yonsoo; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Park Sungho and Choi Yonsoo come from Korea and visit REHACARE for the sixth time. As bycicle manufacturer for people with disabilities, they are searching for new innovations and current trends to the topic of bycicles.
Image: Stefan Kupsch; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Stefan Kupsch lives and works in Switzerland. REHACARE is a great opportunitiy for him to get informed about new innovations in the field of orthopedy and rehabilitation.
Image: Laura and Kristian Kramer with her son Jakob Kramer; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Laura Kramer, physiotherapist, and Kristian Kramer, male nurse, visit REHACARE together with their son Jakob Kramer. "We visit the trade fair for professional reaosns, to get informed about the newest products and therapy options."
Image: Karsten Glißmann and Sören Sommer; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
"I am especially looking for companies I have products from, to see what's new", tells Karsten Glißmann, who visits REHACARE together with his assistant Sören Sommer.
Image: Evelyn Neumann and Inna Hübert; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Evelyn Neumann and Inna Hübert from German ergotherapy school IB Medizinische Akademie Bonn visit REHACARE in the context of a project: "We are here to gather information about our report 'Accessible guidetour for people with paraplegia'", tells Evelyn Neumann. They also liked the area of massages.
Image: Sandra, Paul and Edgar Weidel; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz
Sandra, Paul und Edgar Weidel from Saxony visit REHACARE for the first time. "We are visiting REHACARE to see the different variety of wheel chairs and to get a general view. Especially the exoskeleton of ReWalk suits us." says Sandra Weidel.