... If he wants to go for a walk...he must have someone with him. He get dizzy and disoriented. His shortterm memory is compromised at this point. Sometimes he can't remember what was discussed 10 min earlier or who visited him the day before. If he were to take a blow to the head right now....he'd either die or become retarded. He has to be watched pretty much the entire time. He could take off somewhere and forget where he is going...
This is abnormal? Was I in an accident or something too?
If he needs any pointers on sitting around the house doing nothing, PM me. As the resident lazy-a$$, I'm highly qualified in the field of goofing off.
Keep an eye on the young man and help him show a little restraint so he doesn't rush things - these kind of injuries take time to heal completely.
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I'll let him know... Lol...
And there'* no need to hold in the laughter...it'* the best medicine and let me tell you...I've been giving it to him in double doses. Just today I drew up plans for a Mo-Ped with a Roll Bar. That takes care of both the speed and the crash factor.
Before that converstation, it was "helmet with a blinking light...knee/elbow pads...orange flag taped to the helmet..."
i would say it'* time to by the kid a Cadillac. A 1981 Fleetwood Brougham, to be exact. Now, it'* your choice of the classic V-8/6/4 motor, permanently stuck in 4 mode, or that nice little diesel V6 with it'*....um....85hp. For a 4500lbs car. Sounds about right for a teenager.