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Update on Jim Unger Nov. We went to a spinal surgeon today who told us that the chance of doing any surgery and having it have any effect on Jim's spine would be like the Dr.
In other words the odds are not in Jim's favor! Please continue the prayers! Photograph submitted by George Howard from a Clarion. Do you recognize any of our classmates in this stunning photo? Scroll below to find the answer!
Jim was thrown from his bicycle and suffered a serious spinal column injury.
A complete account of the accident can be found on the Journal Star web page at the following address: A fund has been set up at Union Bank to help pay Jim Unger's medical and rehabilitation expenses. You can donate at any Lincoln branch. To follow his recovery, go to: Update as of August 20, As of this evening, the following two emails have been received.
Nothing has really changed YET with the paralysis - but his head wounds are healing and his upper strength is better. We have such confidence in Madonna. It is such a comfort for him to have heard from so many people - many of them people he doesn't even know - and of course many past and present students and fellow gymnasts and church people and family members.
They are trying to rein in the visits to 15 min.
He has been on a LOT of prayer chains and individual prayers and positive thoughts and he truly feels the power of the outpouring. So on behalf of Jim and his family and all of us in the Unger clan, thanks for your immeasurable caring.
He's still going for that miracle. Dad is settled in at Madonna--a room opened up in the spinal cord unit so he moved there from the room that he had temporarily been in.
He still enjoys seeing and hearing from everyone but I think the realization of the long haul ahead has started to settle in--he gets tired but always keeps up good spirits and gracious conversation.
Prayers for energy would be appreciated! His stitches come out tomorrow. An ophthalmologist will also be checking his eyes because the left one is having some vision troubles. He did have a fever that they determined was caused by a UTI so they have him on meds for that and are checking his vital signs more closely.
It is not a huge deal but we don't want any health problems to deter from the progress. He also has a very sore shoulder--they x-rayed it and said it was not separated but it is painful for him.
Unfortunately no improvements have happened with his feeling. However, he is doing much better with his movement, both gross and fine motor skills.
He is able to raise his right arm all the way above his head as well as feed himself with a little bit of help. He's enjoying the fresh fruit in his meals, especially the grapes and watermelon. Our sermon at church today was about the paralyzed man to whom Jesus said "Get up-take your mat and walk!An exercise of figuring out how I spend my time in a typical day.
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Since most teachers spend the first day of school distributing syllabi and lecturing about class rules, you will really get the students’ attention if you make them work the first day and get around to that “business” stuff on the second or third day of class.