How we roll

Graphic: How we roll; Copyright: beta-web/Schmitz

© beta-web/Schmitz

REHACARE Newsletter

Social Media

Overview: How we roll

Photo: Portrait of a young blonde woman - Edith Arnold; Copyright: Andi Weiland |

Edith Arnold – That's how she rolls


Edith Arnold calls for self-determination for people with disabilities – especially in matters of sexuality. She has not only made this concern her profession, it is also the content of her blog. Why she is especially affected by the Corona Crisis and how she otherwise rolls, she tells us on
Read more
Photo: Carolin Wegner with a black cat in her arms; Copyright: Carolin_We_

Carolin Wegner – That's how she rolls


Carolin Wegner has already had to overcome many hurdles in her life: prejudices against people with disabilities, physicians who did not take her seriously, and the negative influence of some fellow human beings. But she could and can always count on the support of her family and friends. How her cats can make her laugh and how she otherwise rolls, she tells us on
Read more
Photo: Face of laughing Julia Dumsky; Copyright: Dumsky

Julia Dumsky – That's how she rolls


Whether in terms of education or mobility – Julia Dumsky wishes for a world in which all people have the same opportunities and which has overcome the climate crisis. Because human rights and nature are particularly close to her heart. How she otherwise rolls, she tells us on
Read more
Photo: Anas Alhakim sitting cool in his wheelchair; Copyright: Mohammad Abo Shukur

Anas Alhakim – That's how he rolls


There's no such thing as "This doesn't work"! This is the attitude that Anas Alhakim's father gave him from the beginning. It not only shaped him, but certainly helped him to find a clear answer to a question that had been on his mind for years. Which insights he draws from the Corona crisis and how he otherwise rolls, he tells us on
Read more
Photo: Regina Rikowski; Copyright: Roche Pharma AG

Regina Rikowski – That's how she rolls


Many did not believe in her, but Regina Rikowski proved them wrong: In her first mega march in 2019, she did 40 kilometers in a row. In any case, she did not let her multiple sclerosis slow her down. Who she has to thank for this fighting spirit and how she rolls, she tells us on
Read more

Older How we roll interviews


Read more