"The very first day Nikola and Johan discover that they have a common interest. They both like music. While Nikola unpacks the guitar Johan runs into the garden and start looking for wooden sticks. He carves them into drum sticks. A chair turned backwards will have to do as a drum kit. Together they then perform with music and song, Nikola on guitar, Johan on drums. Both sing - even though they do not understand each other's language.

- I understand him well, says Nikola. I can read his words through his eyes."




From the autobiography "Excluded, outnumbered , accepted and welcomed " by Rasmus Isaksson (Recito , 2009)



Welcome to rasmusisaksson.se


About me

I started this website because I was running a buisness a few years ago. I was selling lectures, workshops and consultation within the area of diversity. Since 2013 I am the president of DHR, an organization for the rights of persos with reduced mobility.

I have a disability called Spina bifida or Myelomeningocele. I am a wheelchair user and had surgery as a small child to insert a shunt since I was affected by hydrocephalus.

My two major hobbies are sports and travel. I practice sports 5-6 times a week and have been competing with the Swedish national team in a sport called para ice hockyey. I have two bronze medals from the Paralympics i Nagano 1998 and Salt Lake City 2002. I also have a bronze medal from the world championship in USA in the year of 2000. Through my involvement in sports I got to travel a lot. My goal is to visit 100 countries. Travel for me is a way of learning more about myself, other people, other cultures, and life itself. I like the idea of challenging myself and challenging how other people percieves my limitations.


Other facts about me is that I have worked one year withín the tourism business, accessible tourism to be specific, and that I written an autobiography called "Excluded, outnumbered , accepted and welcomed " (Recito , 2009).


This is my private website. Here are some of the things You will be able to read about on my website:


  • Inspiration from my travels through writing and pictures.
  • Updates on how I am proceeding with my geneology research. Pictures and facts.
  • Inspiration through food. Recipes, stories and pictures.
  • Future plans and projects.
  • Pictures from my daily life, from nature and art work.
  • Archive with news articles, my history and more.
  • FAQ (frequently Asked Questions) and comments from You, my readers.
  • My blog will be written mostly in Swedish but occasionally I will write in English. If needed, a suggestion is to use google translate.



Follow me on social medias. I am on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (search by my name). Easiest way to contact me is through the contact form that can be found on my contact page.


Thanks for visiting my website, have a look around and and please tell me if You find any broken links, incorrect information or if You have any questions or comments.

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Website last updated: 2017-12-28