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Inclusive living made easy

Dear Sir or Madam,

Be it with two, three or even much more people – shared housing options are a very popular way of living, especially among many younger people. This way, there is always somebody at home to cook with or to just have a chat with. This way of living is very appropriate also for people with learning difficulties. But why exactly and how are people able to find inclusive shared housing options even more easily? We asked Tobias Polsfuß.

Enjoy reading!

Nadine Lormis
Editorial Team

REHACARE Trade Fair with Congress & Forums
28 September - 01 October 2016
Düsseldorf, Germany


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REHACARE Congress "We for the quarter"

Meeting point of quarter development initiatives

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The first nationwide information and exchange platform that puts the focus of the event to the interdisciplinary experience of housing industry, local authorities, social service providers and organized citizenship. "We for the quarter" is thematically beyond individual issues such as accessible construction, alternative forms of housing, improvements in care, etc..
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Marit Müller - That's how she rolls

How we roll

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Marit Müller’s life is like a blockbuster: From romance over drama to western, it includes just everything. And the protagonist herself convinces with unconventional thinking and a healthy self-confidence. Which questions bother her and why does she want to kick some people’s shin, she tells us on
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Culturally sensitive care: "Treating people equally and fairly but not the same"

Topic of the Month August

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There are 80 million people living in Germany. This also means there are many different cultures living together. Schools and daycare facilities already provide special choices for children who speak another language. But what is the situation like in nursing homes and care facilities? And what exactly is culturally sensitive care?
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Forum "Living with care @home"

Expert seminars and workshops on the topic "Care at Home"

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At REHACARE 2016, "Living with care @home" provides practical assistance on care issues and problems of professional nurses and those affected and their relatives and friends may have.
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