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Photo: Manfred Fischer with a telescope; Copyright: Roland Froschauer

Manfred Fischer – That's how he rolls


Manfred Fischer demands the same respect and appreciation as everyone else for people with disabilities.Why the Austrian has not yet fulfilled his dream of the Easter Islands and which question the hobby astronomer would have liked to have answered, he tells at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Yaro; Copyright: YAROTube

Yaro – That's how he rolls


Normality in dealing with him - that's what Yaro would like his fellow men to do. But the YouTuber is far from hiding in his room because of his SMA. True to the motto: "Where there is a will, there is a way", he fulfils his wishes with the necessary portion of creativity. What else is important to him, he tells on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Johannes Mairhofer; Copyright: Marcus Vetter

Johannes Mairhofer – That's how he rolls


Johannes Mairhofer loves his professional freedom. As the initiator of www.spekabled.com he is on the road a lot. But when he's not trying to bring more diversity to German-speaking stages, he's not bored. The photographer, author, speaker and consultant is almost always busy. Why it was a fictitious character who gave him his freedom, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Gina Doormann; Copyright: Melina Mörsdorf Photography

Gina Doormann – That's how she rolls


Self-employed and mother of two – with these characteristics Gina Doormann often cannot afford to be ill. And if an invisible disability like MS is added, she gets to hear that she would not look ill at all. Reason enough for her to blog about her life for that very reason. What she is up to and which why questions she asks herself, she tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Niall El-Assaad; Copyright: private

Niall El-Assaad – That's how he rolls


Why are we here and what is our role in life? That is a philosophical question. Niall El-Assaad would later like to be able to claim that he has done something of value to society. What this is, what makes him laugh, what he wants to do once again with full consciousness and what he thinks about accessibility laws, he tells us on REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Kathy Schwack; Copyright: Schwack/Ahoi und Moin Moin

Kathy Schwack – That's how she rolls


More than eight years ago Kathy Schwack booked her first cruise at a travel agency. Everything was new and exciting – especially cruising with disabilities – was a real challenge. She took up this challenge and visited over 70 ports from Panama to Limassol. Who she has the travel gene from and which place is still on her wish list, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Fuchsia Aurelius; Copyright: Manicks Productions/Fuchsia Aurelius

Fuchsia Aurelius – That's how she rolls


Who knows how to get a date with actor Joaquin Phoenix can contact Fuchsia Aurelius. You almost would have seen the British woman on the big screen as well. Why it did not work out in the end and why actors with disabilities have a hard time in the industry, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Sebastian Waechter; Copyright: private

Sebastian Waechter – That's how he rolls


Sebastian Waechter knows doubts, fears and other negative thoughts. But he does not let them become a barrier for his plans. Anyway, he hasn't made a parachute jump yet. However, this is less due to his mindset. Why he is still looking for the right provider for his dream and what his way to satisfaction looks like, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Ilka Bruehl; Copyright: Ilka Bruehl

Ilka Bruehl – That's how she rolls


For a long time Ilka Brühl lacked a healthy self-confidence. Because of her cleft face, self-doubt gnawed at her. A long way and many photo shoots later, her journey is not yet over, but the dreamer and optimist wants to make the world a better place. Who helped her on her way and how she wants to help others, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: Saskia Bader; Copyright: private

Saskia Bader – That's how she rolls


More women in the tech industry! That's what Saskia Bader wants, so she's no longer the only woman in development teams. Why she would still like to organize an offline event and would like to live off her nerd existence, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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