Leonardo is a Brazilian man, who realized his dream of coming to live in Quebec in 2014. He has a Master’s degree in Business Law and was in the process of starting his doctorate in law at the University of Montreal when he suffered a pulmonary embolism followed by two prolonged cardiac arrests while he was already recovering from Achilles tendon surgery. After spending a lot of time in a coma, he woke up to find that the pulmonary embolism and cardiac arrests had not left him unharmed. He was suffering from spastic tetraplegia and had difficulty with his vision. In spite of his troubling after-effects, he was full of hope and his head full of dreams. He is now undergoing rehabilitation at the Neuro-Concept Centre. The team’s technologies and expertise allow him to be mobilized like nowhere else and to continue to progress.