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The accessible way of getting from A to B


Dear Sir or Madam,

Accessibility is an absolute must both in everyday life and when traveling. But the conditions, for example in public transport, vary greatly from city to city and from country to country. For people with disabilities who live in Toronto, Canada or travel there, for example, there is a service that is considered to be particularly accessible and reliable. That's why we asked for more details.

Have an accessible 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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How We Roll
Topic of the Month
We asked
Newsletter Archive
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Jahn Graf – That's how he rolls

How we roll

Photo: Jahn Graf; Copyright: private
Getting into a dialogue with people - meanwhile Jahn Graf has made this his professional task: On his YouTube channel "Jahn's Rolling World" he meets people with and without disabilities. His aim is to break down barriers in people's minds. Why the dialogue as communication form is so important to him and what he would like to be, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Rehabilitation: A mix of conventional and robot-assisted therapy leads to success

Topic of the Month

Photo: A physiotherapist assists his patient in using the ArmeoSpring; Copyright: Hocoma, Suisse
The rehabilitation sector increasingly uses robot-assisted or technology-based assistance systems to perform the often repetitive exercises and support and motivate patients to keep up with the arduous therapies. This boosts progress in rehabilitation and enables patients to live a self-determined life after rehabilitation – holding true to the motto, "Rehabilitation before long-term care".
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TTC Wheel-Trans: The accessible way of moving through Toronto

We asked ...

Photo: An accessible bus with a hydraulic ramp; Copyright: panthermedia.net/Valeriy_Al
In Canada, the North Americans are far ahead of us Germans when it comes to accessibility. If you are a guest in Toronto, you not only have the possibility to travel with the usual public transport, but you can also opt for the 100 percent accessible alternative and use Wheel-Trans.
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