When he arrived at the Bickle Centre for Complex Continuing Care, Scott Capper couldn’t move his legs and one arm. After he left, he could walk and live at home.


A spinal cord infection caused Scott Capper to become a quadriplegic. He arrived at the Bickle Centre for Complex Continuing Care able only to move one arm.

A year of effort from Scott and his multidisciplinary care team at Bickle got him back on his feet and home again.

As much as possible, the Bickle Centre helps patients accomplish their goals, but not everyone is able to make it home.

Watch his journey above.​​

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