Family and friends of San Francisco Giants fan
Bryan Stow, from left, Gina Lenson, friend of
the family; Anne Stow, mother; Bonnie Stow,
sister; John Stow, uncle; Erin Collins, sister;
and David Stow, father, react as faith leaders
and Dodgers' fans gather for a community
prayer on April 6, 2011 outside USC Medical
Center in Los Angeles.
Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Time/MCT
By Shelby Grad
Los Angeles Times (MCT)
LOS ANGELES — Bryan Stow's family is preparing for Father's Day with the Bay Area paramedic in a San Francisco hospital slowly recovering from a beating he received at the Dodgers' home opener.
The family released a statement last week saying they are playing music and reading to Stow as he continues to receive intensive medical treatment.
"Doctors are still lowering Bryan's seizure medications, trying to adjust them to find a good balance. Bryan has been sleepy this week, but still tracking," the family said. "We continue to play him music, talk to him, and read him your comments. If he hears us, he knows that Father's Day is approaching."