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Photo: Franziska Wetzl; Copyright: FibroFee

Franziska Wetzl – That's how she rolls


Franziska Wetzl writes on her blog named FibroFee with a big pinch of humor about life with a chronic dung heap under her boots. Why her humor is simple, why she is committed to more awareness for visible and invisible disabilities and why she is obsessed with the idea of a "Wishing-Table", she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Andrea Schütt at Wacken 2019; Copyright: private

Andrea Schütt – That's how she rolls


Seven years ago Andrea Schütt won our competition "Pimp my Wheelchair" with her Wacken wheelchair. And still today her passion for the Metal festival is unbroken. Why exactly this passion is leading her to REHACARE this year and how she rolls in general, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Ronja Holze shows her muscles; Copyright: private

Ronja Holze – That's how she rolls


The sport has helped Ronja Holze through a hard time. At the Pfeffersport children's and inclusion sports club she focused on wheelchair basketball. David Lebuser brought her to WCMX. She is currently German Champion. The 19-year old has learned that you have to fight for your success. On REHACARE.com she tells us how she rolls.
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Photo: Eliza Gawin; Copyright: Tabea Keinath

Eliza Gawin – That's how she rolls


The ignorance of an appropriate way to deal with people with disabilities are the factors that Eliza Gawin often finds disturbing about her fellow human beings. But even the 25-year-old first had to learn that a relationship is also possible with a disability. Who helped her gain this insight and why the web designer did not have to buy plastic straws for years, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Tobias Nerlich in a gokart; Copyright: erKant.de

Tobias Nerlich – That's how he rolls


Tobias Nerlich would like to know why some teachers are still struggling with the topic of inclusion. Why he prefers to look into the future, why he does not like to be reduced to the things he cannot do and why he would do more for street lighting in Germany, he explains at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Yvonne Ganzhorn in front of a bar with a streamer in front of her face; Copyright: Yvonne Ganzhorn

Yvonne Ganzhorn – That's how she rolls


More empowerment among the people. That would make the world a better place for Yvonne Ganzhorn. What Justin Timberlake has to do with one of her unfulfilled wishes and where she would like to sit in the front row, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: SmooVie in her wheelchair in front of a fountain; Copyright: private

SmooVie – That's how she rolls


Currently, her vocational diploma still needs a lot of attention, but when Begüm alias SmooVie finishes school, she wants to make a name for herself as a digital and print media designer. What else is important to her and how she deals with questions that are burning under her nails, she reveals at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Stefanie Hörmann; Copyright: private

Stefanie Hörmann – That's how she rolls


Stefanie Hörmann would like to be Commissioner for the Disabled. One of her first official duties would be to ensure that more educational work was done. In general, it is important to the Augsburg woman that people are not judged too hastily. What else is close to her heart and to whom she owes her dream job, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Melanie Misiano; Copyright: private

Melanie Misiano – That's how she rolls


Why employee motivation would be one of her first official acts as Commissioner for the Disabled in Switzerland, and why shaping her thoughts positively in order to lead a happy life is helping her, Melanie Misiano tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Sabine Klemens in her wheelchair in front of many flowers; Copyright: Christoph Klemens

Sabine Klemens – That's how she rolls


You're never too old to realize your dreams – finds Sabine Klemens.Why her travel destinations range from the Caribbean Sea via North and South America to a dog sled tour with overnight accommodation in an igloo and what the wheelchair model admires most about the answers of her "How We Roll" predecessors, she tells at REHACARE.com.
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