I dare not try to give an estimated discharge date, but I think it will be soon. Jenny’s health has improved and she is getting stronger. We see definate movements in both hands, but mostly in her right hand where she can move her thumb and now her pointer finger at any time. She recieved Botox shots in her neck and ankles to relieve the muscle tension that causes those parts of her body to turn abnormally because of constant spasms due to any sort of stressor. She is not pleased with the doctors who did not tell her how long the needle would be. As I watched, I even expected the needle to come out the other side. She was brave though. I can tell that Jenny needs to come home and be with the family. She has been gone so long and I notice that she is resisting therapy at times. Perhaps things will improve once therapy resumes at home. She still has her trache and other tubes, but hopes to get them out soon- most likely not before going home. Her respiratory health looks as good as ever though, so it should not be too long.