People with disabilities should have equal rights and possibilities in all aspects of life. This is near and dear to pupil Anna Mühlhause – although it should be a matter of course. So also her opinion about feeling pity for disabled people is quite obvious. And she also tells us on REHACARE.com, what a wheelchair and a drive-through have to do with her biggest wish.
Anna Mühlhause: I laughed really heartily when I was riding the bus with my friends. My wheelchair was standing on the special place for wheelchairs in a bus, when the bus driver had to set the brake very hard and my wheelchair fell down the stairs.
What have you always been wanting to do and why have you never done this so far?
Anna Mühlhause: My biggest wish was to drive through McDrive with my wheelchair. And I made this wish come true last year. I would also love to go bungee jumping. Why I haven’t dared to do it yet? I cannot tell you, to be honest.
Which person has influenced you most?
Anna Mühlhause: My parents influenced me the most because they made me the strong and self-confident person I am today.
You have the chance to become the German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first?
Anna Mühlhause: I would hit the streets with some wheelchairs, look for some people and test how accessible our town is. After evaluating the results I would find solutions for the barriers we found.
What makes other people actually happy in life? If you ever wondered, you have come to the right place. In regular intervals REHACARE.com asks a varity of people always the same questions. What results from that? Read for yourself!