I had hoped that, by now, I'd be able to report on her rehab progress. But, unfortunately, things are not so rosey. She was taken to the ER Saturday afternoon and given a battery of tests, due to the fact that she is hallucinating. Her vitals were steady, the tests came back negative, and she was taken back to the nursing home.
She spent the night yelling (at her hallucinations) and trying to remove her catheter, and the nursing home staff has moved her to a private room. My sister, Cheryl, and her general practitioner are going to check on her regularly today.
More prayers and good thoughts would be appreciated. It's frustrating not knowing what's going on.
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