I became extremely sick—to the point where I couldn’t even walk. It was so bad that I became convinced I’d be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. I felt myself slipping into depression. When I was discharged from the hospital into Williamsbridge Center, I was convinced I might never get home again.
But the staff at the Center immediately put me at my ease. They introduced themselves, asked questions, and asked me my goals. When I said I want to walk again and go back home, they said, “Okay, let’s do it!” They were highly professional, but also so friendly. And great communicators. They put together an individualized plan based on my conditions, my needs and my goals.
Then we got down to business. The therapy was amazing. The activities—the music and parties—were fantastic. The food was delicious. And before I knew it I was back on my feet. Williamsbridge Center is a great community that got me back into my community—back home!