YS continues recovering. He is slowly regaining use of his injured leg. He is hospitalized on the rehab floor at the moment. Due to a variety of factors too numerous to go into here, he is going to be transferred soon, first to a specialty hospital for more physical rehab and then, lastly, to psychiatric treatment. YS sustained brain injuries due to loss of oxygen during his cardiac arrest and subsequent week on life support. These are very noticeable to us now. He is getting speech therapy and nothing else. We want him seen by a neuropsychologist. His current hospital doesn't have one, the new one does. We're hopeful these injuries will resolve with enough time and treatment. He will probably always have an impaired short term memory. This plus a limp are a very small price to pay for what he did and the severity of his self-inflicted injuries. My wife is considering going to court in an effort to better protect YS in particular. YS and DS should ideally be separated as YS told his therapist that DS is a big source of his stress. DS is doing things that only YS knows about. YS is keeping his secrets. Drug use on some level is involved, of that we are certain. In the past DS also bragged about drinking. YS made some comments that led me to believe DS might be involved in a "fight club" where teenagers beat each other until one of them keels over. No proof. At present wife and I know absolutely nothing about the lives the children lead with their dad. That is going to have to change as under the current conditions YS nearly died. It doesn't get more serious and DS is a wreck as well, not doing schoolwork, and not working. Wife is heartbroken at how her sons have turned out. She wants to do what she can to get them on a better course up to and including possibly becoming residential parents of YS. I support this. At the very minimum wife and ex husband need to co parent more effectively and YS needs therapy, supervision and mentoring as he heals. That is all for now.