Review REHACARE 2017
Trend topics of REHACARE 2017
Living and care
Topic of the Month
Topics of the Month 2017
Our Topics 2017
January 2017: Love and relationship
February 2017: Animal helpers
March 2017: Living with an invisible disability
April 2017: Intercultural care
May 2017: Active in everyday life and while traveling
June 2017: Accessible medical practices
July 2017: Inclusion in professional life
August 2017: Inclusive living in the quarter
September 2017: Mobility: On the go in road traffic
October 2017: Self-determined living after stroke
November 2017: Sports for the young and old
Topics of the Month 2016
Topics of the Month 2015
How we roll
Dunja Fuhrmann – That's how she rolls
Frank F. König – That's how he rolls
Lisa Scheer – That's how she rolls
Older How we roll interviews
We asked ...
"The BGG Arbitration Body is a solid tool to file for rights violation complaint at no charge"
"Long cane for children is a 'facilitator'– the chance to independently accomplish something"
Blind soccer fans are on the ball for 90 minutes thanks to match reporting
Older We asked interviews
Using sports to promote inclusion
Trikes: Active mobility on three wheels
Exhibitors at REHACARE 2017: Diversity in the sector of auxiliary means
Gaby Köster: "Die Chefin" at REHACARE 2017
CYBATHLON Experience at REHACARE 2017
Vibes and voices from REHACARE 2017
Accessibility of doctors' offices? – A review of the situation in Hamburg
Aim High – Climbing with Multiple Sclerosis
REHACARE 2017: Self-determined living
A different type of occupational therapy – Alpacas as therapy animals
From Rio to Düsseldorf: Paralympic athletes at REHACARE 2016
Exhibitors at REHACARE 2016
Vibes and voices from REHACARE 2016
Camping vans: Traveling without barriers
Auxiliary means for children - individual and colorful
Photo Gallery: Wings for Life World Run in Russia
11/09/2017: Sports for the young and old
10/26/2017: BGG in Germany: Free arbitration in case of dispute
10/12/2017: REHACARE 2017: Diversity in the sector of auxiliary means
GOOD TO KNOW
Work and education
Work and education
Overview: REHACARE 2016
Mobility with premium wheeled walkers - Interview mit Bischoff & Bischoff
Wheeled walkers are often seen in the streets, but some seniors don’t want to use ist, because they find them too heavy or too ugly. Thomas Bischoff from Bischoff & Bischoff wants to change that.
Networked care assistance - Interview with Burmeier
Home care requires a lot of time and staff. Assistance systems are able to provide help here. At REHACARE 2016, we visit the booth of Burmeier to learn more about a networked care bed.
Hiking and skiing with a wheel barrow - Interview with Ferriol Matrat
A ski or beach vacation is usually not possible for people with physical limitations. But special auxiliary means can help. The wheel barrow Joëlette from the French company Ferriol-Matrat for example. At REHACARE 2016 manager Yoan Melleton shows us how it works.
Hand controls made easy - Interview with Veigel Automotive
"There is no life without car", some may think. Mobility and independence that can be gained with a car are especially important to people with disabilities. At REHACARE 2016, we learn more about car adaptations at the booth of Veigel.
Well pillowed: Nursing beds for children by Freistil Tischlerei Böhm & Kinstler
A safe bed for the night and a functional auxiliary means – nursing beds for children need to be both. At REHACARE 2016, we take a look at the booth of the Freistil Tischlerei Böhm & Kinstler and learn how to combine both aspects.