Colin was in a good mood, but not in a mood for focusing. But, that was kind of anticipated by Priscilla and Mel so he didn't get in trouble, ha ha.
Deb from Biomedics delivered and fitted Colin's TLSO and hand splint this afternoon. He was supposed to get a hand splint for each hand, but one of the boxes that clearly said "left" was a right handed one so she'll have to deal with that. He didn't love the hand splint but it clearly fit well and seemed comfy. We're supposed to do some range of motion, a little stretching and then put them on. He'll start using them in the afternoons to get used to them and eventually go to nighttime like Casey.
|Hanz WHFO--wrist/hand/finger orthosis|
|It may look a little bulky but they really aren't and they are light weight.|
|The cover totally comes off and can be washed in the machine :)|
Casey had a good day at school. I didn't get any details but heard he was good.
This is the start of a long month...We're short a full time day nurse for Casey as Nancy is out with knee replacement surgery. So, Nurse Julie is doing extra so Casey can go to school Mon, Tues, Wed and 3 our of 4 of the Fridays. Thursdays Casey's para educator will come here and work with him for 2 hours. We're also down another night of nursing so I'm nurse Thursday and Friday nights this month. Colin only has 3 days of nursing so I'll be a busy bee.