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Photo: Felix Brunner; Copyright: Simon Toplak

Felix Brunner – That's how he rolls

23/08/2017

Felix Brunner loves the mountains and even a momentous accident cannot hold him off from his adventurous hobbies. Why he does not believe in limits but in the German pupils, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Coco de Bruycker; Copyright: Heike Rost

Coco de Bruycker – That's how she rolls

16/08/2017

Coco de Bruycker wants to change the film industry - for people with disabilities. At the age of 21 the girl from Germany dreams big. Which goals she has and why she is not afraid of dancing in the London Underground but does not dare to be part of a flashmob, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Sven Reusch; Copyright: private

Sven Reusch – That's how he rolls

09/08/2017

Depending on Sven Reusch, society would benefit if they would stop thinking in stereotypes. He would rather embrace more space for the uncharted and acceptance for everyone. And because they are known for being out of the box the Ramp'n'Roller Reusch likes Jürgen Klopp and Jürgen Vogel. What it is that Harry Potter is ahead of, Sven Reusch tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Sibylle Brandt; Copyright: Christian Endt

Sibylle Brandt – That's how she rolls

02/08/2017

To Sibylle Brandt equality, equal opportunity and the right to equal treatment of all people from all walks of life is an important concern. How an accidental meeting with former Chancellor Willy Brandt influenced her and which questions she wishes to be answered by society, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Bernd Mann; Copyright: Sandra Y. Jacques

Bernd Mann – That's how he rolls

26/07/2017

After Christian Kenk told us "How he rolls" in the last week, today it is Bernd Mann's turn. He is the personal assistant of his friend Christian Kenk. What kind of questions the second author of "Schwer behindert, leicht bekloppt" (Heavily disabled, slightly loco) has in mind and which thought from the German philosopher Immanuel Kant he prefers, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Christian Kenk; Copyright: Sandra Y. Jacques

Christian Kenk – That's how he rolls

19/07/2017

Christian Kenk and Bernd Mann are best friends for 25 years now. Their deep friendship has often been smiled at or caused disapproval. But it never changed a thing between their relationship and so they came up with a book called: "Schwer behindert, leicht bekloppt" (Heavily disabled, slightly loco). What else is important to Christian Kenk besides friendship, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Katrin Gensecke; Copyright: LandesfrauenratLSA

Katrin Gensecke – That's how she rolls

12/07/2017

Katrin Gensecke is an expert in her own cause, an inclusion ambassador and wants to change something politically. It is important for her to see that every person is unique. She wonders when the people themselves will be focussed again in our society. Who influences and supports her the most and what it’s all about with Latin-American rhythms, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Lisa Schütte; Copyright: private

Lisa Schütte – That's how she rolls

05/07/2017

Lisa Schütte is a family person, dog lover and has diabetes type 1. How life feels like with this disease, she writes on her blog lisabetes.de. What else is important to her except her family and friends and her dog Nero and how Batman, Emma Watson and Norway fit together, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Björn Schulz; Copyright: Hobbyquerschnitt

Björn Schulz – That's how he rolls

28/06/2017

Björn Schulz is a cheerful person. Being an interested person as well he would like to know how the city of Florence manages to make almost all historical buildings accessible - and why in Germany it is still impossible due to monument protection. Why he has never been to Wacken OpenAir yet and who influenced his sense of humor, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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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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