How we roll

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REHACARE Newsletter

Overview: How we roll

Photo: a young woman with long brown hair – CassMae – wearing a red jacket. The rest of her surrounding is held in blue; Copyright: Udo Fischer | nunsichtbar.de

Cassandra Mae Spittmann – That's how she rolls

01/12/2021

Cassandra Mae Spittmann discovered the world of rhythm at the age of two. While she started out playing the tabla with her feet, the 19-year-old now elicits the notes with her hands. She has remained true to her preference for Indian music. With her voice and her songs, however, she is reaching an ever-growing audience worldwide. At REHACARE.com she tells us how she rolls otherwise.
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Photo: A young woman with pink hair in a glittery top sits on a meadow; Copyright: private

Anna Fee – That's how she rolls

17/11/2021

If society doesn't provide accessibility, people have to do it themselves. That's why, Anna Fee has not only become active in the field of fashion. What "going your own path" means to her, why a flight was her greatest adventure to date and how she rolls otherwise, she tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: a man in a wheelchair with opened arms on a stage, the photo is taken from behind him; Copyright: private

Sebastian Schild – That's how he rolls

03/11/2021

Sebastian Schild has made his strength his profession and helps others to lead a better life. The 36-year-old is a speaker, trainer and expert for inner strength, perception and mindset. Who he would like to philosophize with, what he cannot live without and how he rolls otherwise, he tells us at REHACARE.com.
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Silke Pan – That's how she rolls

20/10/2021

Not making happiness dependent on external circumstances or other people and believing that the best is yet to come – that is Silke Pan's recipe for success. What the sport is an expression of, why she would like to ride on the back of a dragon from literature and how she rolls otherwise, she told us at REHACARE.com.
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Photo: A young woman, with red hair and red lipstick – Antonia Feistenauer – in front of an snowy background; Copyright: my_own.little_world

Antonia Feistenauer – That's how she rolls

06/10/2021

When you are disabled and/or chronically ill, self-acceptance is an important step in dealing with yourself and your disability – or in Antonia Feistenauer's case, her disabilities and diseases. What or who helps her in everyday life, what – on the other hand – would help society in dealing with disabilities, she told REHACARE.com.
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