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Dennis Klein - That´s How He Rolls

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Photo: Dennis Klein; linked to [22/01/2014] New Zealand, Cambodia or Vietnam – Dennis Klein has visited all these countries in the last months. During one year he wants to go to at least 22 countries to visit people with different disabilities and find out on site how they live their lives. Why he also has a lot of fun during his world trip and what else he wishes for when he is old, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Dennis Klein - That´s How He Rolls - Read more

Nadine Segbert - That´s How She Rolls

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Photo: Nadine Segbert; linked to [15/01/2014] vilmA was her highlight in the last year. Nadine Segbert is a wrapper in a sheltered workshop and received the VdK award vilmA for people with disability in job and training. That work is important but not everything that counts in life and what else she wants to achieve, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Nadine Segbert - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Studying the Use of Mobile Phones among Elderly

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Photo: Elderly with a tablet [15/01/2014] Doris Bohman, senior lecturer in caring sciences at Blekinge Institute of Technology, BTH, has received a scholarship to, along with fellow researchers from the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom and North-West University in South Africa, study how elderly people in South Africa use mobile phones and the role the mobile phone plays in the South African society.Studying the Use of Mobile Phones among Elderly - Read more

Norbert Killewald - That´s How He Rolls

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Photo: Norbert Killewald; linked to [08/01/2014] The social inclusion of people with disabilities is near and dear to Norbert Killewald. The commissioner for the disabled of North Rhine-Westphalia loses himself in his work. Why his colleages can often see him singing oder whistling in the bureau and why he likes ironing, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Norbert Killewald - That´s How He Rolls - Read more

Best Practice: Disability in the Media

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[06/01/2014] Exceptions prove the rule: Also if media creators can still change and improve aspects of their work, there are first positive examples. German media still trail behind, while the U.S. us ahead. Lilian Masuhr, head of the Leidmedien.de project, and blogger Ninia LaGrande gave us some recommendations which form the basis for this overview.Best Practice: Disability in the Media - Read more

Heroes or Victims: People with Disabilities in the Media

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[06/01/2014] They either suffer or they are heroes: People with disabilities are often depicted one-sidedly in the media. A lot of journalists are not aware of possible misconceptions. The German project Leidmedien.de aims to change this and offers help and clarifications to media creators.Heroes or Victims: People with Disabilities in the Media - Read more

Luna - That´s How She Rolls

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Photo: Inclusion dog Luna; linked to [18/12/2013] Right in the middle of it - this is the motto inclusion dog Luna lives by. Together with her owners she commits herself for inclusion. But she also appreciates the simple things in life, such as squirrels or meat croquettes. How important especially food plays in her life, Luna tells us on REHACARE.de. Luna - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

Tanja Gröpper - That´s How She Rolls

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Photo: Tanja Gröpper; linked to [11/12/2013] At the Paralympics 2012 she won a bronze medal. The German swimmer Tanja Gröpper likes to remember the award ceremony in London. What else is fraught with memories for her, what she likes about Americans and how she thinks about parking violator on disabled parking spaces, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Tanja Gröpper - That´s How She Rolls - Read more

 
 
 
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