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Photo: Anja Bohr; Copyright: sags-leicht

Anja Bohr – That's how she rolls

21/06/2017

If you're asking Anja Bohr, every human being has the right to understand and to be understood. That's the reason she learned sign language. While she would be afraid of being Commissioner for the Disabled, there's not much more she wouldn't dare. Which question the sign language assistant would like to get an answear to, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Jan-Oliver Wülfing; Copyright: private

Jan-Oliver Wülfing – That's how he rolls

14/06/2017

Jan-Oliver Wülfing wants to influence his personal assistants in the long run: with being more open-minded or more aware of accessibility. As a federal disability commissioner, he would make everything more inclusive. In the movie about his life things would be heating up – instead of tearjerker a bank would be robbed. What kind of role dancing also plays in his life, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Sabine Ochaba; Copyright: Brigitte Geiselhart

Sabine Ochaba – That's how she rolls

07/06/2017

Sabine Ochaba loves to travel. After she visited Burma, the USA, Cuba, New Zealand and Iceland, she found a new destination for 2019. Which one it is and what Nina Hoss, Veronica Ferres and Nicole Kidman have in common with her, she tells at REHACARE.com.
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Sebastian Schild – That's how he rolls

31/05/2017

Sebastian Schild always finds the silver lining. The public speaker and hypnosis coach uses his strength to motivate others in order to define his profession. Where his positivism comes from and which kind of philosophical questions are running through his head, when he's not helping people to find their inner joy, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Ute Göres; Copyright: Ute Göres

Ute Göres – That's how she rolls

24/05/2017

Accessibility – this is especially near and dear to Ute Göres. That is also why her first official act as a Commissioner for the Disabled would concern this topic. Why her parents are particularly important to her and why it would be nice, if Ingrid Bergmann would still be alive, she tells as at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Marlies Hübner; Copyright: Misha Verollet

Marlies Hübner – That's how she rolls

17/05/2017

A society full of diversity is something Marlies Hübner really cares about. So she steps up for the voiceless, because inclusion of people with any kind of disability is something that matters to her a lot. What she additionally thinks about diving and who inspires her the most, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Samira Mousa; Copyright: GoodBY / Erik Schütz

Samira Mousa – That's how she rolls

10/05/2017

For Samira Mousa a positive approach to chronic diseases is very important. Such diagnoses can be the reason for a new start: living healthier, taking better care of oneself. That is something that she herself lives and constantly makes a subject of discussion in her blog. What she thinks about hiking thousands of kilometers and why a tired cat makes her laugh, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Benjamin Piwko; Copyright: Brigitte S. Werner

Benjamin Piwko – That's how he rolls

03/05/2017

Whether in the meadow under the starry sky or alone in the desert – the actor and martial arts teacher Benjamin Piwko wants to feel and experience nature as close as possible. He wants to lead as a good example and give courage to other people. Why he likes Iron Man and what the beautiful soul is all about, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Katrin Sickert; Copyright: Katrin Sickert

Katrin Sickert – That's how she rolls

26/04/2017

That people see the positive skills of others first, and not their shortcomings – that is Katrin Sickerts heartfelt wish. But also traveling is very high on her wish list. She can laugh about many things – and she does it happily and loud. Why compliments and appreciation are important to her and what kind of role for pupils she has in mind, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Jordan Luce; Copyright: private

Jordan Luce - That's how he rolls

19/04/2017

23-year-old Jordan Luce is a professional wheelchair basketball player. Therefore, you can find him quite often in the gym. But his interests are not only in sporty, but also in animals. That’s why he would love to rescue injured animals. Still, he can laugh about an incident with a duck. What this is all about and which question he would like to have an answer to, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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