I agree with what you said.
We're offering an integrated project. This means that we take into account what the soldiers were and what they should keep being. We know that they went through a dramatic situation, in this case post-traumatic stress, the key word for everybody. Post-traumatic stress can manifest itself on a neuropsychological level through anxiety issues and depression, which can lead to suicide.
We're proposing an integrated program where we provide care for individuals by taking into account their medical file, diagnosis and all the therapeutic approaches prescribed to them. We then conduct blood tests that measure the entry and exit of information in the brain. These tests help the clinicians and the employer, the Canadian Forces, confirm that the individuals can be rehabilitated and reintegrated into society.