Isabelle Richer

The word “rehabilitation” terrified me at first, inspiring me a lack of adaptation, deficit. However, I quickly realized that it was more a synonymous of progress and return to everyday life. I’ve found, at the Rehabilitation Centerr, obviously devoted and empathetic professionals, people who made a difference in my stay there. I still have the precious memory of their names, their smiles, their benevolence. They have, each in their own way, contributed to my recovery. I come out of it lightly and with the conviction that beyond the fact that I was blessed not to have too serious consequences of my accident, the quality of the care I received at the Rehabilitation Center worth a lot.

Isabelle Richer
Journalist and host
Victim of a CBT resulting of a bicycle accident