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Loud, louder, live music


Dear Sir or Madam,

The English village Knebworth, is well known to music enthusiasts because the Knebworth Park hosts large open-air concerts. In 2014, for example, Iron Maiden played a show there. Two Viennese women were also present and had an idea. This is how FullAccess was created. We asked Christina Riedler and Martina Gollner how they want to change the concert landscape and why they speak of a social business.

Have a musically week,

Anne Hofmann
Editorial team REHACARE.com
Graphic: 26 - 29 September 2018, REHACARE International Trade Fair for Rehabilitation and Care, Düsseldorf, Germany

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Julia Andres – That's how she rolls

How we roll

Photo: Julia Andres; Copyright: morgenkannichfliegen.de
As it is typical for her zodiac sign Libra, Julia Andres is a sociable person. However, due to her MS and especially the fatigue associated with it, it was meanwhile difficult for her to leave the bed. Why she had to learn how to come to terms with herself alone and what advice she would give to others, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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SELFMADE: Making your own 3D printed assistive devices

Topic of the Month

Photo: Prof. Ingo Bosse and his team; Copyright: Technische Universität Dortmund, Oliver Schaper
The small finger attachment to hold book pages in place takes about an hour, the drinking cup with handles takes up to seven hours – 3D printing takes a little patience. However, in exchange, people with and without disabilities can develop and print customized small-scale assistive devices for everyday use at the SELFMADE MakerSpace in Dortmund, Germany.
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"At FullAccess, the 'Accessibility All Areas' slogan says it all"

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Photo: Martina Gollner (left) and Christina Riedler; Copyright: FullAccess
Two music enthusiasts were fed up with the lack of leisure activity choices and programs for people with disabilities in Austria (and elsewhere). Attending a concert without a big fuss? Not an easy feat. That’s why Christina Riedler and Martina Gollner decided to set up their own business with FullAccess and try to make concert promoters aware of people with disabilities as prospective customers and thus contribute to making society more tolerant.
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