“Richmond Hope is a truly unique place. The therapists and staff are smart and capable with infectious personalities. For the children, they transform potential into reality. It’s a place where good things happen, which we can all agree is a beautiful thing.”
-Ashley Charlet, mother of Addison

“Prior to Taylor's first intensive therapy session, she could only prop sit for a few seconds. At the end of the session, she could sit for 15 minutes. That was huge accomplishment! This therapy has changed her life.”
— Leigh Bernard, mother of Taylor

“Richmond Hope Therapy has opened worlds of possibilities for our son. The therapists are compassionate and driven to excellence. We feel so lucky to be involved with this amazing team and facility.”
-Laura McGrath, mother of Finn

“As the mother of a child with cerebral palsy, I take great pains in finding therapists that will be a good fit for my daughter. Cindy has always been a therapist that I (we) trust implicitly, and we have had many. She takes the time to learn the needs and personalities of each of her patients in order to make their therapy sessions more like fun. She knows how to inspire her ‘kids’ to try their hardest and do their best.”
— Angie Spicer, mother of Jordyn

“Therapy isn’t easy, but when you’re greeted with smiles and hugs, therapy can become fun. With Rachel’s determination, the dedicated therapists and their innovative techniques, her progress has been nothing short of miraculous! RHT plus Rachel is a recipe for success!”
-Jenny Wallace, mother of Rachel

“‘Am I playing with Miss Cindy today?’ is a frequent question at our house. Henry is so blessed to have Miss Cindy caring for him. And what she does is just that—she cares for him. More than just providing physical therapy and hippotherapy with the utmost expertise and professionalism, she truly cares about my son and his future. She is a resource that we have been able to count on without fail. Cindy strikes the perfect balance between being an upbeat, fun playmate and a firm, motivating physical therapist who gets results for her patients. Her feedback and advice comes not only from her physical therapist voice, but from her voice as a mother of three. She fully appreciates the commitments, and even sacrifices, that families make to support the needs of her patients. Cindy is rewarded with smiles and hugs from her patients and their families. Patients are rewarded with new abilities and the confidence that comes with them. Moms and dads are rewarded with the joy that comes from seeing doors opened for their children.”
— Amanda Barden, mother of Henry