Functional and cognitive incapacities hamper independence to perform daily activities (dressing, washing, cooking), to move (getting up, laying down, going from the bed to the chair) and to commute.
Therapeutic apartments become an intermediary step between the dependence phase and the time when the patients go back home. Hospitalized re-education are periods within a protected environment while time spent in therapeutic apartments are more adapted and closer to autonomous living conditions.
The return home must be monitored for psychological, sociological, financial and family reasons (home being a personalized, affective environment).
Through simple and often economical means, we facilitate the return home and even avoid a permanent housing. To achieve this, we must automate and adapt the moves rendered difficult or impossible by the deficiencies. We sometimes offer the acquisition of technical help to facilitate transfers, movements and gestures of every day's life.

Therapeutic apartments are privileged places where the patients can adapt, evaluate and confirm their project with the whole technical platform of the Re-education Center close at hand.