I am very sorry to read this. He is having no response? What are his doctors saying? They should answer any questions you may have regarding this report. It appears this was a very damaging stroke. I am so sorry to read this!
This is so difficult. And what is hard about stroke is that each situation can have a totally different outcome. My aunt had a stroke that was quite debilitating. She was on life support. Then began to recover a bit so her prognosis improved. She was moved to a rehab facility. But she was there for over six months. She returned home (had been out of town when this happened) and the recovery was slow. Working with a physical therapist on a regular basis. She always used a walker from that point on and lost the ability to do much of her regular activity. She survived though. And lived 4 years after the stroke.
Since this was a hemorrhagic stroke, they are probably trying to let his body absorb the blood. Here is some information that may help you https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/stroke/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20350119. It does have some repair techniques but they are mostly surgical.
Your dad is in that critical time period. If he was on blood thinners, they would potentially transfuse him to remove the blood thinner from his body so he can clot properly. I'm not sure where any of this is at in terms of your dad and if the emergency period is over.
What are the doctors saying in terms of prognosis?
Wanted to see how your dad is doing? I hope he is progressing but know this is a very scary and critical time.
I was thinking of you and wanted to see how it is going. How is your dad doing? How are you doing? hopefully there has been more improvement.
Thanks for coming back and letting me know how he is doing. That's rough. I'm sure it is really hard to see him like that! Recovering from a stroke takes time. But he is still with you and will hopefully fully recover. I found this as a read on rehabilitation on stroke. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/stroke/in-depth/stroke-rehabilitation/art-20045172.
Please stay in touch. Do you also get some respite care so you can get a break from care giving? Take care of YOU tool. Hang in there, I'll be thinking about you.