Supporting specialized and highly specialized care

Each year, more than 10 000 individuals receive specialized and highly specialized care in our three facilities.

This is equivalent to more than 35 000 visits per year for outpatient services, and close to 800 hospitalizations in our 153 beds dedicated to rehabilitation.

Every day, these people, of all ages and backgrounds, find within our facilities the compassion, expertise and support they need to move forward, toward a better quality of life.


Through our annual funding of projects and innovative interventions, the REA Foundation is working to constantly improve clinical care.

This concretely translates into the acquisition of cutting-edge equipment and investment in highly specialized training.

Thanks to our clinicians in more than 20 different disciplines, our facilities offer:

Hospital rehabilitation care

Rehabilitation services for users with hearing impairments (hearing loss, deafness, deafblindness)

Services to obtain adapted equipment: orthoses, wheelchairs, etc.

A cochlear implant programming clinic

The Programme Transition École Vie Active (TÉVA-DP – TÉVA-DP – school/active life transition program – physical disability) for young adults with language, auditory or motor impairments

The Clinique Parents Plus, providing support and advice to parents with disabilities

Highly specialized outpatient clinics

A car driving clinic

A rehabilitation program to prepare for the return home and to work

What is a cochlear implant?

Unlike hearing aids, this device directly stimulates the cochlea by means of surgically implanted electrodes. It transforms sounds into electrical stimulations and sends them to the auditory nerve. In other words, the cochlear implant bypasses the damaged areas of the ear. It captures the sound, processes it and electronically stimulates the auditory nerve. The cochlear implant’s speech processor requires periodic adjustments to optimize the user’s hearing.

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