Overview: Older reports

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On a basket hunt – The fascination of wheelchair basketball

06/09/2018

Why wheelchair basketball is one of the most popular Paralympic sports? It is fast, dynamic and inclusive. Why the wheelchair plays a special role in this and why it is not just an aid, we have been explained by Lisa Bergenthal at the NATIONS CUP COLOGNE.
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Prosthetics for everyday life and sports – From the workshop onto the field

28/06/2018

Nils Krake is regarded as a great up-and-coming talent in para-athletics. The Greifswald Health Centre provides the 14-year-old with prosthetics that are optimally adapted to his needs, both in everyday life and in sports.
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Therapy helper inRehaRob: Robot-assisted rehabilitation after a stroke

07/06/2018

If movement disorders occur after a stroke, extensive rehabilitation is necessary. To ensure that this can also take place without the presence of a physiotherapist, RWTH Aachen University is working on the inRehaRob project. Its subject is a robotic arm that will enable independent training sessions in the future.
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REHACARE 2018: Self-determined living

13/03/2018

Welcome to the leading trade fair on "Self-determined living"! Welcome to the REHACARE International in Düsseldorf!
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Using sports to promote inclusion

15/11/2017

Whether in classic club sports or leisure sports, which become a lifestyle – sport offers for people with and without disabilities are becoming more and more diverse: Sports associations, for example, are increasingly ensuring that trainers are properly educated and the necessary structures are created. And wheelchair skating (WCMX) ensures fast-paced recreational fun in the halfpipe.
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Trikes: Active mobility on three wheels

07/10/2017

Whether for physical or mental fitness – trikes have many facets and guarantee fast-paced driving pleasure for young and old. The three-wheelers can be used in everyday life as well as in rehabilitation training. We have taken a closer look at some of the trikes at REHACARE 2017.
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Exhibitors at REHACARE 2017: Diversity in the sector of auxiliary means

06/10/2017

The REHACARE 2017 shows just how diverse the assistive devices industry is. In addition to wheelchairs and stair lifts, the international manufacturers will also be presenting communication software, pullers and grab systems that make everyday life with disabilities easier.
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Gaby Köster: "Die Chefin" at REHACARE 2017

06/10/2017

A cold would actually have been enough for her, as she called her last book, but the German comedian Gaby Köster has left the stroke from nine years ago behind her. She lives a self-determined life again. And she is also going on book-signing tours with her new book "The Chefin" which translates into "The boss". She is also reading here at REHACARE 2017.
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CYBATHLON Experience at REHACARE 2017

05/10/2017

CYBATHLON is a relatively young international competition for people who depend on technical assistance systems. At the CYBATHLON Experience at REHACARE 2017, visitors can get a live impression of the use and limitations of assistance technologies for people with disabilities.
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Vibes and voices from REHACARE 2017

04/10/2017

Happy birthday REHACARE! The international leading trade fair for "Self-determined living" exists for 40 years already. This year, around 760 exhibitors from 39 countries are once again presenting an overview of aids and services that make life easier for people with disabilities, caregivers and the elderly.
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