|From the Thrift Shop|
|Written by Margie Rostorfer|
|Monday, January 28, 2013 11:07 AM|
Scott’s road to recovery continues to make great strides. He is now able to open and close his fist and put on a pretty tight squeeze of our hand when asked. Finger movement is very slow but is progressing the way the doctors and therapists anticipated, so don’t ask him to play ChopSticks on the piano; although it’d probably be good therapy for those fingers of his! His short term memory, which was the most severely affected, is now so much better than mine — down right perfect, while mine is age-related I like to claim! He’s been released from speech and physical therapy, but continues sessions with the occupational therapist. With the bone back in his skull and all healed over now, it’s hard to fathom the trauma he’s been through. The prognosis for a complete recovery is excellent — thanks for all those powerful prayers! We firmly believe that the will of God will never take you where the grace of God will not protect you.
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