I had an elderly woman who I was treating during Fieldwork who had extreme muscle weakness in her lower body after being hospitalized due to Pneumonia. As a result, she could not walk and was unable to go back home. We treated her for a few weeks, it was hard to really get her motivated to work, and she really didn't show any significant signs of improvement. The doctor pretty much said that by looking at how little she improved through the span of here treatment, she'd probably never walk again. Because of the lack of improvement, a discussion was had with the social worker about placing her in long-term care. As a meeting like that would, she was crushed. However, this meeting completely change her view on rehab. The next treatment session she cam ready to work. Within a couple of days she was able to ambulate with assistance to and from the bathroom for ADLs, sit up in bed, her improvement was quite astonishing. It really encouraged me to try even harder to get better at what I do and helped me to realize that I am making a difference.