guitarsmashley wrote:That's just awful. I'm so sorry.
It got hard with my sister because she began to lose control of her balance. Eventually, I had to do things as mundane as walk her down the hallway because she couldn't even do that without losing her balance. It got bad enough that she had to be moved to a hospice, and she died there only a few days later.
My mom is actually improving nicely, and the extreme swelling that rendered her arm unusable is nearly gone. The problem is that all that time not using it (we're talking about a year and a half here) has left the muscles atrophied. She's doing physical therapy to try to regain the use of her arm and fingers.
When my mom is able to regain most of her function, I'll start looking again.