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Photo: Ilka Bruehl; Copyright: Ilka Bruehl

Ilka Bruehl – That's how she rolls


For a long time Ilka Brühl lacked a healthy self-confidence. Because of her cleft face, self-doubt gnawed at her. A long way and many photo shoots later, her journey is not yet over, but the dreamer and optimist wants to make the world a better place. Who helped her on her way and how she wants to help others, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Saskia Bader; Copyright: private

Saskia Bader – That's how she rolls


More women in the tech industry! That's what Saskia Bader wants, so she's no longer the only woman in development teams. Why she would still like to organize an offline event and would like to live off her nerd existence, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Beate Kerber; Copyright: private

Beate Kerber – That's how she rolls


A life with type 1 diabetes is a full-time job. For Beate Kerber, however, her diabetes equipment is just as much a part of her travels as enough fresh underpants. Why a good wine belongs in her luggage as well, which journey she would like to go on and why a street sweeper is her role model, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Wille Felix Zante; Copyright: Claudia Göpperl

Wille Felix Zante – That's how he rolls


Wille Felix Zante produces texts and a lot of other stuff for many publications, such as the Deutsche Gehörlosenzeitung. In the media and in general he would like to see much more accessibility. Which door he would knock on for a corresponding accessibility law and why he would like to be a flea on one of his cats, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Laura Mench sits at the edge of a fountain and smiles at the camera; Copyright: private

Laura Mench – That's how she rolls


For a long time, the flight of the bumblebee was considered a paradox. Although solved in the meantime, the apparent paradox is still a suitable motto of life – also to Laura Mench. What she would wish for her peers and why she thinks that the direct dialogue could lead to a better implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Erica Powell; Copyright: Troy Tribble | Troy Tribble Photo

Erica Powell – That's how she rolls


Bestseller author, model and Paralympic athlete – Erica Powell wants to achieve all this. And alongside the way, she also wants to clear up prejudices about people with disabilities. Why Erica finds stereotypes are annoying, why she always has to laugh when asked about her guide dog and which questions she frequently asks other people, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Katrin Neudolt sits next to a trophy and wears a medal around her neck; Copyright: private

Katrin Neudolt – That's how she rolls


It is not only her sporting success in badminton that makes Katrin Neudolt a special athlete. It is her commitment to deaf people and her constant engagement to show that they also have a voice. Why she would like to change her racket for a pair of skis and which top athletes are important in her life, she tells on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Christian Kiermeier; Copyright: private

Christian Kiermeier – That's how he rolls


Sexuality and disability – there are still many prejudices about it in our society. And Christian Kiermeier would like to refute these prejudices with the help of his blog. What kind of wishes he has already fulfilled and why he would like to be a time traveler, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Roxana Dobrica on her handbike during a team photoshoot; Copyright: MACA Foto

Roxana Dobrica – That's how she rolls


Roxana Dobrica wanted to start a new life in Italy nine years ago. But a car accident cost her seven years until she started to live her life again independently. Her new life also includes handbiking. Which dream of her former life she still remembers, why it is important to laugh and why she would never switch lives with someone else, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Saskia Katharina Most in front of a screen showing her blog; Copyright: Salih Usta Photography

Saskia Katharina Most – That's how she rolls


Accepting help and showing willingness to help – that is what Saskia Katharina Most would wish for from people, whether with or without disability. Why the blogger has overcome her fears in setting up her blog and why it is important to her to constantly improve herself, she explains at REHACARE.com.
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