PEOPLE reveals that Lamar has been showing signs of progression, but will need help “completing everyday tasks for the foreseeable future.” According to an insider who spoke to the site:
“Lamar has made some progress, but his cognitive impairment is making life very challenging,” says an insider, who notes that Odom, 36, is not able to walk by himself and struggles to communicate verbally, issues attributable to oxygen deprivation and the strokes he suffered following his overdose.
“Lamar won’t likely leave the hospital for a long time,” says the source. “And when he does, he will need full time care. He can’t take care of himself.”
We’ll keep L.O. in our prayers.
SOURCE: PEOPLE | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
Lamar Odom’s Life “Will Never Be The Same” After Overdose was originally published on globalgrind.com