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Photo: Ayasha Mack; Copyright: private

Ayasha Mack – That's how she rolls


Her love for literature is huge. This can be seen on Ayasha Mack's blog. And also in our HOW WE ROLL interview her love for words plays a big role, as well. Why it is still difficult for her to visit the Frankfurt Book Fair and what new position she would like to create in every city as the Federal Commissioner for the Disabled, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Katharina Bauernschmidt; Copyright: Florian Schwarzbach | Blackburn Photgraphie

Katharina Bauernschmidt – That's how she rolls


The sporting story of Katharina Bauernschmidt is a little fairy tale. The Para Canoeist did first start her sport in December 2017 and was already spotted as a talent by the national coach months later. More about her goals as an athlete, her role models and what else is close to her heart she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Lukas Schiwy; Copyright: Mika Volkmann

Lukas Schiwy – That's how he rolls


2020 is an important year for Paralympic sport. Whether Lukas Schiwy will fly to Tokyo with the national team in sitting volleyball will not be decided until March. What other sports event he has been lacking time for and what he thinks of the REHACARE he tells in HOW WE ROLL.
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Photo: Christian Heintz in his soccer dress; Copyright: Anpfiff ins Leben

Christian Heintz – That's how he rolls


Christian Heintz has already stood on the sports field with Dirk Nowitzki and Leon Draisaitl. Both athletes are well known in the USA. In addition to basketball and ice hockey, the amputee soccer player is also attracted by American football. Why the Super Bowl would be the icing on the cake and which motto is particularly close to his heart, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Erik Machens; Copyright: Frank Wildmann

Erik Machens – That's how he rolls


At REHACARE 2019, Erik Machens transformed the exhibition hall into a dance floor and impressed many visitors with his performance. How he felt about the atmosphere at the trade fair and why wheelchair dancing is a particularly inclusive sport for him, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Lea Raak; Copyright: private

Lea Raak – That's how she rolls


A misdiagnosis almost cost Lea Raak her life in 2011. This is one of the reasons why she wants to clear up prejudices against diabetes type 1 on her blog. But she also wants to give other people affected a voice. What is close to her heart besides more love and empathy and how she would promote inclusion in Germany, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Claudia Neun in her wheelchair; Copyright: Mike Wenski

Claudia Neun – That's how she rolls


Fashion Week – that would be great! And not as a spectator, but as a booked model. That's what wheelchair user Claudia Neun wants. What other dreams and goals the model with MS has and who made her choose this career path in the first place, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Patrick Mayer in his office; Copyright: Patrick Mayer

Patrick Mayer – That's how he rolls


While others are having a midlife crisis at 40, Patrick Mayer knows he's not done with life yet. The Swiss entrepreneur still has a lot to do. To meet a hungry polar bear, on the other hand, is not on his to-do list. On REHACARE.com, he tells us why children with disabilities are so important to him and what certain numbers he would like to know.
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Photo: Nico Schinacher with helmet in his wheelchair; Copyright: private

Nico Schinacher – That's how he rolls


Showing what is still possible – even with a wheelchair. This is what Nico Schinacher wants to achieve on and with his Instagram and YouTube channel. Which project the passionate hobbyist has just finished and which YouTubers actually inspire and motivate him every day, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Christine Rupp in Hamburg in front of the Elbphilharmony; Copyright: Nikolaus Schäffler/DIETZ GROUP

Christine Rupp – That's how she rolls


There's something else going on, just a little different! Christine Rupp follows this motto. Both on her blog and in the social networks she gives many insights into her everyday life, which she has been living with multiple sclerosis for over 30 years now. Which chances she missed due to the early diagnosis and what she wants to achieve with her blog, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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