Susan and Michael - in some ways, being home is a better cure for you - and many ways safer and a more positive home atmosphere can do wonders... I understand what they mean by the evolution of strokes - from what Dad had with his mini-strokes - and with Mom and her's. I do recommend keeping his mind busy and ( without telling him) hold his bad arm and hand and caress stroke it to keep stimulation going for the nerves and muscles - he will guess why you are doing it but you don't have to be overt.
-that was recommended for me to to do my (first) partner's hands when he went into a coma in ICU - to keep things working until he woke up.
- also , it is nice for you to connect with the one you love and show him how much you care ( we know that already - and so does he - but it doesn't hurt!)
gentle healing hugs to you both,
Bronson and (second) partner Steve.