Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

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Sunday the 12th 

Good Afternoon All, Well, today is sunday and I really don't have much to report on.  Mom still looks bad.  She is not moving her right hand at all and she still can't speak.  We stayed about 3 hours today and she was in a very very deep sleep. 

The doctor said she wouldn't classify it as a coma, but it is heavier than normal, but not as deep as a coma. The nurse reported to us that the neurologist told her this am, that if mom does her physical therapy, that we may not see much signs of the stroke, but she won't be 100% like before the stroke. 

I really don't know much to say today, she hasn't gotten any better, but she hasn't gotten any worse either.  She is stable.  It is really a setback for us.  The nurse said they would keep her there in the open heart ICU instead of transferring her to the regular ICU, but I guess that could change. 

Joan came back to be with us and to see mom.  I think she will stay till tuesday and I will leave on wednesday. Dad is very sad, but is very compationate to mom.  He strokes her head and her arm.  Then he leans down to kiss her forehead.  It is very special to see. Y'all take care and I will keep you posted. Love,  Mary

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