17.10.2015Clothes express your mood and your personality. Especially people with disabilities want them not only to be functional. And more and more designers and companies want to meet exactly this wish. What they emphasize and with what kind of ideas they want to breathe new life into the fashion market? We asked around at this year’s REHACARE.
17.10.2015REHACARE trade fair is colourful, full of diversity and inclusive. So we started out for the halls and went hunting with our camera to catch this year’s highlights of the trade fair.
16.10.2015Companies from all over the world come to REHACARE in Düsseldorf every year to present their newest products and services. We have asked the exhibitors why they are happy to return to the trade fair every year.
16.10.2015Caring for a beloved person at home is a challenge for many caregiving relatives. However, they are not alone. There is support for them. Experts at REHACARE tell us what this help can look like.
15.10.2015Welcome to REHACARE 2015. Once again this year, the trade fair will present everything necessary for self-determined living. We have asked the visitors what they want to see at this year's REHACARE.
03.09.2015The German para dressage national team provides some insights into the world of equestrian sports for people with disabilities. What is the essence of this sport? And where are the struggles of supporting this discipline in Germany? During the training for the European Championships, the riders and coaches talked openly about all this and present their really fit sport partner and friend horse.
30.07.2015Assistance dogs help people with very different disabilities in their everyday life. Therefore it is important for them to be well prepared for all their tasks in advance. REHACARE.com accompanied a soon-to-be assistance dog with the camera during his training.
02.06.2015Welcome to the leading trade fair on "Self-determined living"! Welcome to the REHACARE International in Düsseldorf!
27.02.2015In Germany, people with disabilities fight for the improvement of services and participation. But in many other countries it’s all about bare survival. That is one of the conclusions Dennis Klein made when he met people with disabilities worldwide.