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"We want nationwide rehabilitation therapy programs in Germany"

( Source: REHACARE.de )

[01/10/2014] Exercising and sports are good for your body and strengthen our self-regulating forces. Whether active people or provider – rehabilitation therapy is often not very clear to many people. And even physicians who prescribe rehabilitation therapy often also have some pending questions. A central contact point for could be a solution."We want nationwide rehabilitation therapy programs in Germany" - Read more

Andreas Costrau - That's How He Rolls

Photo: Andreas Costrau; linked to His mother tongue is noiseless, but not lifeless: Andreas Costrau lives, loves and teaches German Sign Language. He also enjoys showing hearing people how to communicate with the help of hands and facial expressions. On REHACARE.de he tells us what else moves him in life.Andreas Costrau - That's How He Rolls - Read more

Ariane Schnitzler - That's How She Rolls

Photo: Ariane Schnitzler; linked to Ariane Schnitzler is very focused in life. She dreams about a successful professional life and her own family. If there are obstacles in her way, she sees them as a challenge. She recently passed her driving license test, even with her motor impairment. What moves her in her life, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Ariane Schnitzler - That's How She Rolls - Read more

"The new icon places the person in the foreground, not the wheelchair"

Photo: Sara Hendren A wheelchair user in white on a blue ground – this symbol for accessible places is well-known worldwide. But many people with disabilities cannot identify with the wheelchair user who sits there in a passive way. That’s why the Accessible Icon Project developed a more dynamic symbol to reduce barriers and stereotypes in the heads of the people."The new icon places the person in the foreground, not the wheelchair" - Read more

Patrizia Kubanek - That's How She Rolls

Photo: Patrizia Kubanek; linked to Sexuality is an important part of life and no one should unintentionally live without it. This is what Patrizia Kubanek is dedicated to. Therefore, she has become a sex consultant for people with disabilities. Through her work she would like to break down barriers in the mind and in sexuality. Why she herself is a great role model, she tells us on REHACARE.dePatrizia Kubanek - That's How She Rolls - Read more

Lisa Reimann - That's How She Rolls

Photo: Lisa Reimann; linked to The end of inclusion efforts would be a nightmare for Lisa Reimann! To prevent this, she is actively involved with her blog Inlusionsfakten.de for inclusive education. The appreciation and recognition of all people with their different skills in education is close to her heart. Why there is even inclusion in her stomach, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Lisa Reimann - That's How She Rolls - Read more

Sabine Niese - That's How She Rolls

Photo: Sabine Niese; linked to People pour a bucket filled with icy water over their head and share videos of it in the internet. They want to draw attention to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and simultaneously call for donation due in favor of the research. Also Sabine Niese who has ALS herself, participated in this challenge. On REHACARE.de she talks about her voluntary engagement in a registered association for ALS. Sabine Niese - That's How She Rolls - Read more

"Living together in Schammatdorf is as colorful and multifaceted as our society"

( Source: REHACARE.de )

[01/09/2014] There are many concepts for togetherness and leading a self-determined life. Many of them are still in theory, but several of them are already a reality – like the Schammatdorf in Trier, Germany, for instance. Young and old as well as people with and without disabilities live together in this venue. Differences are irrelevant in this well-connected neighborhood."Living together in Schammatdorf is as colorful and multifaceted as our society" - Read more

"So far, there are only few texts in Plain Language"

Photo: Board of the German Netzwerk Leichte Sprache The German language is difficult to learn. People with learning difficulties in particular are not able to understand many texts, because they are complicated in their grammatical construction and wording. Plain language is accessible and is supposed to help people with learning disabilities to live a self-determined life. REHACARE.de talked to the German Netzwerk Leichte Sprache."So far, there are only few texts in Plain Language" - Read more

Christiane Reppe - That's How She Rolls

Photo: Christiane Reppe; linked to Doing sports is the passion of Christiane Reppe. In the past she did high-performance swimming and switched to handbiking in 2013. Now she is a member of the German Para-Cycling Team. She is also looking forward to the next Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. Why the top athlete wants to break in a supermarket, she tells us on REHACARE.de. Christiane Reppe - That's How She Rolls - Read more

 
 

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