We have had a visit from Glenside rehabilitation centre. The visit went fine. She may be moving within 2 weeks !!! Obviously this depends on what the consultants say about her trachy. They can take her with the trachy but if she is ready for it to come out there is no point in moving her with it, just for it to be taken out practically as soon as she gets there. It also depends on how quickly the funding is agreed and what level it is needed. We are arranging a visit to Glenside to see it, hopefully in the next week.
She was also visited by the diabetes consultant this morning because her sugars are still all over the place, despite having a PEG rather than NG. They have upped her Lantus from 30 to to 40 units each night. They were also talking about possibly going to sub cut insulin but will wait and see what the increase in Lantus does.
The physio's have said that there are tiny, weeny signs that she is aware of some things. She has been fitted with the resting splints now so maybe her hands won't be so curled up.