On Monday the 29th January, the Reuth Rehabilitation Hospital in Tel Aviv cut the ribbon on the newly renovated garden and recreational therapy space. The project cost was $150,000 and took 3 months to complete. The newly renovated space serves 90% of the patients weekly as part of the Robert and Leah Troy Quality of Life Therapy Program. The program includes – art therapy, garden therapy, jewellery making, baking and other therapies. The space is also used for other recreational activities such as movie screenings and cooking classes for patients.