Today Jessie had her weekly meeting with the team of doctors and therapists who is serving her right now. She got the go-ahead to begin the process of clearing her beloved dog “Toby” to come and visit her in rehab. This is something she has been wanting to happen for quite a while, so she is super excited to get to visit with Toby sometime soon! Her physical therapist started working with her on using her electric wheelchair, and she has also begun using some adaptive technology that allows her to operate a computer independently. Please continue to pray that as Jessie’s spinal cord heals, she will regain feeling and use of her arms and legs. And please keep all of the encouraging, uplifting and positive messages heading her way. Remind her again and again that you are cheering for her and praying for her and that you believe in her. Her spirit is so beautiful and so determined. We believe in her!
Jaime was moved to her new nursing facility last night. Today she was moved to a double room where Steven will be joining her very soon. It will be such a relief for her and Steven to be together in one room after three weeks of being apart. They will rest and heal together until they are able to bare more weight on their legs and be returned to Harborview for intensive rehabilitation. If you would like to send Jaime or Steven something other than a card (like flowers or balloons) you should have it sent to their new location at the following address.
Jaime and/or Steven Mayer
10631 8th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Cards can be mailed to the address listed under the “How You Can Help” tab above. All three (Jessie, Jaime and Steven) are still not able to have visitors at this time, so please continue to send them your love in ways other than stopping by for a visit 🙂
Thank you to all of you who offered to help with Jaime and Steven’s aquariums. I think we have it taken care of, but we were amazed by how many of you have fish knowledge and offered to help. Thank you! Thanks also to those of you who have helped us make connections with people who can put a smile on the faces of Jaime, Steven and Jer. Hopefully I’ll have more to share about that sometime soon. We are so thankful for all of you!