We are told it is likely to be stressful for his transport but he will be ready with Team Forrest members on the flight and others driving cars. On the flight will be Mom and Dad and the nurse and the paramedic, they will all keep him safe during the short flight to Atlanta.
When he gets to Shepherd, he will have a team of ten people which will include physicians that will assess his health his physical therapy and his neurological assessment and even his neuro transmitters. There will be cognitive, recreational, exercise and speech and physiotherapists working with him. It will be exhausting work for him but we have high hopes.
We continue to be amazed at all of the great stories of recuperation we hear from you on his blog, the nice people who wait on us as we show up exhausted and emotional at the local restaurants, we appreciate them all. We are all, including Forrest, ready to move on to the next step. As Forrest would say, "Game On!" Many thanks for Austin reading Calvin and Hobbs half the night and Aunt Trish for the late night shift and transporting people in the morning, doing laundry and having to sleep during the day.
"Make your own recovery the first priority in your life."
-- Robin Norwood