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Celebrity, expert or subject - in this section they all get to weigh in. And they have many interesting things to say. REHACARE.de talks to each of them about current events in politics, recreation and lifestyle.
Does inclusion happen in New Zealand? How are physically impaired people treated in Cambodia? And what role does physical impairment play in Vietnamese families? German middle school teacher Dennis Klein deals with questions like these on his trip around the world. Sailing under the flag of inclusion, he plans to visit 20 countries.Inclusion International: „An Inclusive World Is only Likely, if the System Changes“ - Read more
Living in the own four walls is very important for many elderly people. But when the physical and mental condition complicates an independent life, you need good alternatives. During the last years, a lot of concepts for people with dementia emerged. They are supposed to make self-determined living as comfortable as possible.Residing with Dementia: „It Is Important to Always Find an Individually Fitting Solution“ - Read more
This actress is no longer a YouTube insiders’ tip among people with disabilities: Teal Sherer. In her show “My Gimpy Life” she introduces her viewers to the life in a wheelchair – with lots of humor. Thanks to YouTube she reaches out to a worldwide audience.US Show My Gimpy Life: “Many People with Disabilities Can Identify with it” - Read more
People and their stories are his passion – and his profession: Johannes Mairhofer works as a self-employed photographer in Munich. His thematic priorities are events and portraits. He is curious and open about new things. The only difference to his colleagues is his eye.Photographer with One Eye: „Disability and Success Are No Contradiction” - Read more
Climbing with Multiple Sclerosis: „Climbing Is One of the Healthiest and Therapeutically Most Successful Sports”
Falko Nettekoven always aimed high. Not even the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) could stop him. To him, climbing is the best form of therapy. That is the reason why he has been searching for a climbing group for handicapped people near Cologne for a long time. Someday he was fed up with searching and decided to form such a group himself.Climbing with Multiple Sclerosis: „Climbing Is One of the Healthiest and Therapeutically Most Successful Sports” - Read more
Whether beach or culture – vacation is for relaxing and recovering. That’s why you want to avoid needless uproar because of missing accessibility on site. In order to make it possible for vacationers to know in advance what they can expect at their destination, the National Coordination Office Tourism for All (NatKo) has invented a new test seal.Tourism for All: „We Want to Found a Nationwide Uniform Test Seal” - Read more
For many people, strokes are only important when it’s already too late. But actually also healthy people should be interested in this. This is also the opinion of Willi Daniels, 64, who already had three strokes.Stroke: „My Strokes Were the Best Things that Could Have Happened to Me“ - Read more
Not about us without us – This is the principle Hubert Hüppe, German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled, wants to live up to with his work. That’s why the realization of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UN Convention) is on top of his list.Inclusion: „The Walls Seperating the People Have to Start Crumbling” - Read more
Bus and train bring many people from A to B – fast and easy on the environment. However, the public means of transportation keep on hand some incommodities for people with disabilities. That’s why different working groups and institutes exert themselves for more accessibility in public local traffic.Obligation of Transport Must Be Established by Law - Read more
Every human has individual needs. This has not been fully realized in the German Long-Term Care Insurance (LTCI): patients with the onset of dementia do not receive the care they really need. Often relatives care from them at home. They are not supported by the LTCI, even though private home care saves the insurance a lot of money.Dementia: “The Actual Care Dependency Has systematically Been Underreported until now” - Read more