Update provided by Pray for Dallin & Amy Wengert page:

Dallin continues to do well at his outpatient neuropsych school, called CTN. He's involved in very intensive speech, occupational and neuropsych rehab and testing still. This will go on for a couple of weeks before they will have enough data to develop a treatment plan and length of stay. He seems pretty tired after a full day, mentally especially. His therapists are nice and very professional. He should get his feeding tube removed this week- finally!- which is good because it's been giving him a lot of discomfort and seems to be a little infected. It was only used for 1 week but had to remain for 6 weeks before they could remove it so he is very excited for it to be GONE! His mood is really good and he's made some good friends in the program. He's definitely a different Dallin than who he was before but we call it the new and improved Dally Man! It's hard to explain but he does have a different personality. He continues to treat Amy like a queen, loves to cook and loves to visit with everyone he comes into contact with- he's a talker now! They both are very excited to find out the gender of the baby soon and for now are living at my parent's house and commuting to Phoenix for his school. That's about all that's been going on lately! Thanks for your continued concern and care.

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