We're about one month over a year from the date of Andrew's injury. Progress has slowed, but we have home routine worked out. He can put his stylus on without help, he can eat, put his hat on, turn on the lights, and pick up things from a table without help. (He does this by using his hand as a whole, he still doesn't have any use of his fingers).
We are hoping to have a van by next week and it will give us independence as a couple - we can finally go places!
<3 The Mosers
Nov 09, 2015
Things have been progressing slowly, but they have been progressing! He's able to operate elevators and open push-button doors by himself. He's getting better at eating on his own and finding new ways to do what he needs to do. We're looking to be here in Atlanta until December 6. (It was the 4th, but there's a hunting trip scheduled for the 4th and 5th, so he's trying to hop on that one!)
Thank you all for the continued support. We appreciate you all!
Oct 02, 2015
A lot has happened between August 4 and now!
We finally made it to Atlanta for rehab on August 25. Shepherd has been amazing. He was immediately measured and outfitted for his power chair, and...
Aug 04, 2015
We got to have PT outside today and Andrew loved it! He listened to some tunes, learned about the layout of the hospital, and watch the cars go by. It made me so happy to see him happy.
Aug 03, 2015
A quiet morning at LGH today. Sometime today or tomorrow, Andrew will partake in a swallow test. This test allows the speech pathologist to determine if Andrew is able to a) start drinking fluids...
Aug 01, 2015
Andrew and I are continuously thankful for your outpouring of love and support! My hope is that in a few days, you'll be able to hear it straight from him!
Thank you always! - The Mosers
Aug 01, 2015
GOOD NEWS ALERT!
Check out Andrew's milestone!
His trach size was reduced from an 8 to a 6, and he did so well with the bedside procedure. He's also adjusting well to the new trach size -...
Jul 25, 2015
Each day we see a little more progress. Right now, the staff has Andrew switching between breathing on his own and having help from the vent. We know that he is capable of breathing on his own (he...