Overview: Older How we roll interviews

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Photo: Toni Furmanski; Copyright: anneandkathleen.com

Toni Furmanski – That's how she rolls


Role models in the media like her – that's what Toni Furmanski would have liked in her childhood and youth. This is also why she is so enthusiastic about the fact that more and more people with different disabilities appear in fashion and advertising. To what extent this would have helped her in as a teenager and why answering our questions made her shed some tears, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Bert Pot, who is holding teammate Claudia Breidbach in his arms after a completed CYBATHLON race; Copyright: Giolio Coscia

Bert Pot – That's how he rolls


Anyone who took part in REHACARE 2018 and watched a CYBATHLON Experience race saw Bert Pot in action. The Dutchman formed a team with Claudia Breidbach and showed how suitable his hand prosthesis is for everyday use. He will also be at the next CYBATHLON 2020. What else drives him around, he tells on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Daniel Wehrmann; Copyright: Daniela Schwarzer

Daniel Wehrmann – That's how he rolls


On his blog you can read his story from his first symptoms to his final diagnosis to his rehab and his present life with multiple sclerosis. Why he says that he is not considered an "exemplary" MS patient, what kind of research he is interested in and whose views he shares about life, he tells on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Alhassane Baldé in his wheelchair; Copyright: Agentur für Arbeit Düsseldorf

Alhassane Baldé – That's how he rolls


Alhassane Baldé is a successful German para-athlete in wheelchair racing and has already won several medals. For him, the topics of sport and participation are therefore closely linked. Why he is grateful to his parents and what role Barack Obama plays, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Michaela Gurzinski with her dog Bella; Copyright: Agentur für Arbeit Düsseldorf

Michaela Gurzinski – That's how she rolls


The human being should be in the focus, not the disability. And in questions which concern people with disabilities, they should also be consulted themselves. That's what Michaela Gurzinski would like to see from society and politics. She also tells us on REHACARE.com who can make her laugh quite well and what she still needs about ten certificates for.
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Photo: Frank Rennhack with his team mates on the ice during a Para Ice Hockey game; Copyright: IPC

Frank Rennhack – That's how he rolls


Frank Rennhack can't visit REHACARE himself, but his colleagues and supporters of the Para Ice Hockey are once again in the Sports Centre with their roller sled this year. What the German national player would like to be and what he cares about next to his sport, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Michel Arriens on his scooter in Berlin; Copyright: Anna Spindelndreier

Michel Arriens – That's how he rolls


Diversity is an enrichment. It is his parents Michel Arriens owes this attitude to. On REHACARE.com he tells us why he would like to have a time machine to get politics 2.0 rolling and why he believes that his romantic idea could fail because of relativity. And he also tells all visitors at REHACARE how he became an activist – on Friday 28 September.
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Photo: Leonard Grobien; Copyright: private

Leonard Grobien – That's how he rolls


Leonard Grobien – also known as Typitus – was a part of #AbilityTube Berlin, the first meeting of German-speaking influencers with disabilities. And maybe the five YouTubers have set something in motion, which will become quite big in the coming years. Why he already follows his profession with his YouTube channel and what is close to his heart besides movies, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Katja Alekseev with cotton candy; Copyright: private

Katja Alekseev – That's how she rolls


Her blog is actually a kind of diary, but – according to Katja Alekseev – it should encourage other women to stand up for their wishes. Currently, the 29-year-old is fully occupied with her studies, her blog and her work for DIE PARTEI. What she would do if she had more time and why air travel is not for her, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Laura Gehlhaar; Copyright: Schall&Schnabel

Laura Gehlhaar – That's how she rolls


Laura Gehlhaar has no heart for blue carpets! And she makes noises when she moves over to the toilet – at least that's what her boyfriend claims. But the author and activist can laugh about it. What she can't laugh about and how the processing status of her dream trip is, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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