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Celebrity, expert or subject - in this section they all get to weigh in. And they have many interesting things to say. REHACARE.de talks to each of them about current events in politics, recreation and lifestyle.
Functional design for people with handicap or physical afflictions – that’s what Anne Mette Andkjær dedicated her life to. The chief executive officer of a Danish company develops practical aides for everyday life that are also nice to look at. How much her work influences her and what she connects with France and her grandfather, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Anne Mette Andkjær - That´s How She Rolls - Read more
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[24/04/2013] At REHACARE 2012, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation unveiled a pioneering mobile emergency assistance system that combines an independently navigating, interactive service robot with a stationary sensor system designed to deliver external support to elderly and infirm persons to enable them to live longer in their own homes and with an improved quality of life.Mobile Emergency Assistant Is Getting Ready for Market - Read more
Her home is the sky – there she is happy and free. Claudia Breidbach is a passionate skydiver. Her biggest dream is to land with her parachute in the paralympic stadium. On REHACARE.de she tells us with whom she likes to leave all cares behind and which question she asks herself in such silent moments.Claudia Breidbach - That´s How She Rolls - Read more
Okka Gundel is the ambassadress in the German Alzheimer’s Foundation. There the TV journalist and anchorwoman campaigns for an open way of dealing with the disease. She also acquaints her own children gently with this topic. Which questions her offspring also asks her and why she would keep a lottery win secret, she tells on REHACARE.de.Okka Gundel - That´s How She Rolls - Read more
Connecting ones occupation with the personal passion – after her loss of sight Susanne Krahe exactly did this. Now the Evangelic theologian brings together literature and theology and is known for calling a spade a spade. On REHACARE.de she also is talkative: She fancies cruises and tells us what she thinks about pious proverbs.Susanne Krahe - That´s How She Rolls - Read more
Autistic people live in their own world and do not have any feelings – There are many prejudices like this about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It is especially the media who shape societies imagination about this development disorder. How many facets ASD indeed has to offer, and how a mother experiences everyday life with her autistic son, you will get to know in our Topic of the Month April.April 2013: Diagnosis Autism - Read more
Infantile, atypical or Asperger – for a long time, those have been the common downgrades of autism. But now, a new understanding of the congenital development disorder has established itself: Because no autistic person resembles the other and every one of them shows symptoms of a different strength, experts now rather talk about the autism spectrum disorder (ASD).Autism: Many Facets, too Many Clichés - Read more
All at once the diagnosis Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) changes the life of a whole family. Nothing is the way it used to be or how the parents dreamed of. But soon they realize: There are also many beautiful sides of the new life. A mother narrates.How Autism Changed a Family - Read more
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[27/03/2013] Reconstructive hand surgery can dramatically enhance the life quality and independence of those paralyzed by a cervical spinal cord injury. Despite this, the operation is not frequently performed, either in Sweden or elsewhere. Researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden are now hoping to change that.Spinal Cord Injuries: Hand Surgery Enhances Life Quality - Read more
His body and his mind have some communication problems – that is how Sven Kocar describes his tetra spasticity. But it does not hinder him from attending to his big passion – photography: He simply operates the camera with his feet. Which uncommon changes of perspective grow out of this and which one is his last boundary, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Sven Kocar - That´s How He Rolls - Read more