Wednesday, 24 October 2018

He's coming home

CHS is coming home in a few hours, from Friday he will receive help from the Early Supported Discharge Team.
There is a stroke survivor group that meets in a nearby village hall.
So onwards and forwards.

27 comments:

Frugally challenged said...

Brilliant news!

Jeannieuk said...

Good news! He’ll be glad to back on board and be with you. Look after yourself as well as him xx

Sue in Suffolk said...

That's good news. Hope it goes well

Anonymous said...

That is good news, please don't be a stoic and "just cope " make sure you ask for all the help that is going, especially if you are living on the boat. You always describe your lovely family so they will be wanting to help as well.
All the best too you and CHS.

Anonymous said...

Lovely to hear this news. Look after yourself as well!
Mrs G (away on holiday and not signed into my account)

kate steeper said...

soon be driving you mad at home , the frustration is what gets to men i think .

Anonymous said...

Excellent news Sue.

Make sure you keep him on the straight and narrow - no overdoing it but equally no sitting about moping - neither will do him (or you) any good.

Definitely utilise the help and support that is available to you both.

Caroline x

Clare said...

What lovely news to read Sue xx

Dc said...

Good news indeed, onwards and upwards.

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Rambler said...

Good news indeed. I hope he continues to improve and make good use of the support group. Please accept any and all offers of help, particularly from anyone who can help with the boat and organising coal deliveries, etc. You MUSTN'T try to do it all yourself - your hands will be quite full enough just with the care of your lovely, but impatient CHS. xx

Linda Metcalf said...

Great news!

Sheila said...

Lovely news.
I hope everything goes well.
Hugs-x-

The Weaver of Grass said...

Sounds as though everything is in place for his recovery.

WendyT said...

What great news, make sure that he behaves and doesn't over do things, he needs to give his body time to heal and know his limitations. Welcome home CHS take care both of you xx

janipi said...

Such good news. Here’s hoping it will be a speedy recovery. Remember to take care of yourself too.x

justjill said...

As everyone else has said, accept all the help you are offered. x So pleased he is out so soon bodes well. So good people knew what to do when it happened.

Sooze said...

Good to hear he's coming home and that help is being offered. Take care of yourself, being a carer can be hard.

Beacee said...

Good news! Love and prayers x

Barbara Anne said...

Wonderful news and am also glad you'll have help with the care he may need in the short term. Be sure to take good care of yourself, too.

Hugs!

Unknown said...

So pleased to hear that CHS is on the mend. It may take some time for him to feel secure on his feet. I've had several small strokes which have left me with balance problems. Together you'll sort things out as long as he takes it slowly and doesn't expect too much too soon. Don't forget to look after yourself.

Lyssa Medana said...

Sending hugs and good vibes and all good wishes. So glad that he gets the early discharge! LM x

Margie from Toronto said...

That is wonderful news - hope that being home makes his recovery even faster.

A Smaller Life said...

Brilliant news, I hope he continues to do well, and that you can cope. Look after yourself as well as him and get all the help that you possibly can whenever it is offered ... if it's not offered do not be afraid to ask.

Theresa Y said...

Good news! I know he'll be happy to be home. Take care of yourselves...

Kitty Greene said...

What does CHS mean please ? I do find it frustrating when people use abbreviations, it's difficult to understand the thread.
I've looked it up and it's describes as: an ailment, an area, a job - and more.

myshabbychicvintagefrugallife said...

That's great news he is doing well , My husband had a stroke about 7 years ago now it's such a worrying time , Even now he has the stroke nurse come once a year to check on things , Hope he recovers swiftly xxx

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