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[26/03/2015] There is an alternative for hearing impaired or deaf persons, who are not able to or don’t want to communicate with the help of sign language: so-called speech-to-text interpreters reproduce spoken words into a text format onto paper, computer monitors or screens. REHACARE.de inquired with the German Association of Speech-to-Text Interpreters and gained some insight into this profession."Speech-to-text interpreters assist in equal access communication" - Read more
[25/03/2015] Accessibility is very important for Kay Macquarrie – on the ground, in the water and especially in the air. That is why his initiative "access to toilets" is campaigning for public toilets to be usable for everybody. Furthermore he tells us on REHACARE.de, what his grandmother has to do with winning the lottery and why a fire in the basement was actually helpful.Kay Macquarrie - That's How He Rolls - Read more
[18/03/2015] Floating through air free like a bird and coming to rest in a quiet bay – that would be nice. Because in everyday life Jule Kærlighed often keeps struggling with stairs in front of buildings that make easy entrance impossible. But by the end of the day she keeps her chin up and laughs about a lot of things. If buying pants belongs to it, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Jule Kærlighed - That's How She Rolls - Read more
[11/03/2015] Producing a viral YouTube video one day is not what Martin Habacher would have thought of. But his video comment about the statement of an Austrian politician regarding accessibility is a huge success. Which wishes are nevertheless still unfulfilled and what he would like to tell people who look at him full of pity, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Martin Habacher - That's How He Rolls - Read more
[04/03/2015] Above all, Fee-Jasmin Rompza wants to be perceived as a human being and not as a disease. But she is very open with it: Since her diagnosis Multiple Sclerosis she lives her life even more intense and likes to have a look at her surrounding through the lens of her camera.Fee-Jasmin Rompza - That's How She Rolls - Read more
[25/02/2015] Why are Middle-Ages markets usually not accessible? This is a question Svenja Fuchs asks herself regularly when she visits some with her friends. They and her family play an important role in her life anyway. What her grandfather for example has to do with a beech and what’s the matter with her pale clothes, she tells us on REHACARE.de.Svenja Fuchs - That's How She Rolls - Read more
[18/02/2015] Michel Arriens is always on the road. No adventure is too big for the student of short stature from Hamburg because his scooter is always with him. No one could be more reliable than his three-wheeled friend who has already enabled so much in his life. Why he still dreams of being able to walk again, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Michel Arriens - That's How He Rolls - Read more
[11/02/2015] An accident changed his life: But Robert Schneider still likes to be on the road. Simply down the freeway. In his opinion people with disabilities should not hide and act much more self-confident. Why he always has a reason to laugh and what happens to his helmet with the traces of the accident, he tells us on REHACARE.de.Robert Schneider - That's How He Rolls - Read more