Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Paul's intense therapy continues... the good news is that his speech is getting better all the time though still baby steps as opposed to huge strides. And, with the harness and treadmill, he is able to practice walking every day and we are seeing improvement there too. Again, it is a long, long and very hard road but Paul is determined as ever. Please check out the link below to see see a video/photo montage of a recent treadmill workout put together by our good friend, Pete Lacker.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5EIoDF7QlE&feature=youtu.be

Thank you all for checking in!

Patty
patty.jerde@yahoo.com

6 comments:

Megan Cochran said...

That video made my day!! Paul, you have come so far since the last time I saw you--which does NOT surprise me at all :-) WAY TO GO! Keep on Keepin' on!! Miss you and would love to see you soon!!

Anonymous said...

Hey Paul,

Glad to see things are coming along nicely. Keep up the good work, you come a long way and I’m sure you’ll come a lot further.

Chuck Hodges
UNT ’95

Lexie said...

Woohoo Paul! Loved seeing you on this video. I sit here working late and am thinking back to old Dallas days and that we all move on to new chapters, changes and challenges. Thought you all might like to see my little guy in an HBOT. Here is the link. He's got some delayed brain development and we too are working him hard :)

xo to you Paul and Patty!

Alexa Croft

http://www.lexieskitchen.com/lexies_kitchen/2011/7/5/diving-to-the-depths-in-search-of-healing.html

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Brendan Murphy said...

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