Thursday, September 9, 2010
We are giving Karson a little more seizure medication because he is getting more active and it was wearing off too soon. We also have an anti-depressant that we started a couple of days ago because at times he cries and is sad. He is realizing so much more now. He understands that he can't move his legs and arms very much and that bothers him. The splints that we have on his arms and hands are slowly working. He has to have splints on for 16 hours a day and he doesn't like that but he will when he can move his hands and arms again. In two weeks, we are going to the U of U for an appointment to see when he can go the rehab up there. I am excited about getting him there because then they can really make a difference in how he is does because they specialize in brain injuries. We are getting him into a neurosurgeon here in Provo to see about a Baclofen pump. This will help ease his muscles so they are not so stiff. I know that I tell you all what a diffence you have made in the recovery and I truly mean it. Thanks for ALL the support that you have given Karson and our family. Life goes on for all of you and I know that you have trails in your life and being a constant support in our lives means so much. My heart is so full of gratitude from all the love and support........You are all angels.