Lara Möhlenbeck - That's how she rolls


Lara Möhlenbeck wants more accessibility and more intensive research. She has a big heart, values honesty, her health and having time for herself. On she tells us why she likes the German actress Alexandra Maria Lara so much and what else is important to her, she tells us on

Photo: Lara Möhlenbeck; Copyright: private

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Name: Lara Möhlenbeck
Age: 25
City: Olsberg, Germany
Occupation: Qualified office employee, but not working at the moment
Impairment: Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, ACM2, Tethered Cord
When did you last laugh heartily and what about?

Lara Möhlenbeck:
Oh, I cannot remember anymore…

What have you always been wanting to do and why have you never done this so far?

Lara Möhlenbeck:
I just don’t try new things if I’m afraid or disgusted or if it isn’t possible because of health reasons.

Which person has influenced you most?

Lara Möhlenbeck: My Parents! So they can pat themselves on their shoulders at the end of the day…

You have the chance to become the German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first?

Lara Möhlenbeck: 
Phew… Unfortunately there are still a lot! For exapmle, I would do something to advance research and accessibility in our country.

Photo: Wheelchair user, only their feet can be seen and they are holding a sign with the following words written on it: "Obligating accessibility"; Copyright: Andi Weiland |

Accessibility is a very important issue for Lara Möhlenbeck; © Andi Weiland |

Your life is made into a film: Who would represent you?

Lara Möhlenbeck
: The German actress Alexandra Maria Lara. She has been already starring in movies which are about disabled people. I think, she is simply awesome.

I would like to be ...

Lara Möhlenbeck:
...healthy, rich, without problems and thus happy for just one week!

Which questions would you like answered the most?

Lara Möhlenbeck: Sooo many…!

What I finally want to say...

Lara Möhlenbeck: With all my heart I wish love, all the best and a lot of energy and patience to everyone who also suffers – like I do – from any diseases (including secondary diseases as well).