Katrin Gensecke is an expert in her own cause, an inclusion ambassador and wants to change something politically. It is important for her to see that every person is unique. She wonders when the people themselves will be focussed again in our society. Who influences and supports her the most and what it’s all about with Latin-American rhythms, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
You have the chance to become the Commissioner for the Disabled in your country. What would you do first?
Katrin Gensecke: The creation of a ministry dedicated to the needs of people with disabilities.
Your life is made into a film: Who would represent you?
Katrin Gensecke: I think every person is unique. I’m most likely to compare myself to an ambitious biathlete like Kathi Wilhelm who has always pursued her activities purposefully and persistently, and has never lost her down-to-earth nature! I would like to be ...
Katrin Gensecke: Dance partner in a passionate Latino dance performance.
Which questions would you like answered the most?
Katrin Gensecke: When will it be that the human being is the focus and not the performance-oriented society?
What I finally want to say?
Katrin Gensecke: "Everyone is differently normal."