Soeur Sourire, Luc Dominique et Jeannine Deckers
Pictures are compliments of Carine Michiels and Johnny D'Hondt.
Johnny died in November 2000, but he leaves us with pictures and narratives of his many travels.
We'll miss him.
Fichermont Convent as it is today. It is no longer a convent. Some of the retired nuns still live there.
Sister Luc Gabriel Soeur Luc Gabriel
Johnny D' Hondt at Fichermont
Helping out at Rixensart School near Wavre, Belgium
The Wavre town hall where Jeannine had art exhibitions and her guitar students performed.
Jeannine Deckers and Annie Pecher in Jeannine's office
Jeannine in her office in the apartment at the New Horizons
Jeannine at Heverlee, Belgium
Jeannine with her car, a Daf. She was not a good driver!
Jeannine and her typewriter. The book is the published copy of her first diary
Singing at one of her many concerts
Jeannine at the apartment in Wavre
Annie with a student at Claire-Joie, her school for children with autism. Annie did not invent psychomotor therapy but was the first to use it in treating autism.
Photograph from the book, "Individual Experiences in Psychomotor Therapy"
By Annie Pécher