Less than 48 hours ago one of our Silkies (9 months old) was attacked by a hawk, and as the hawk was about to fly away with her, my son ran out and scared it, causing it to drop our Silkie on concrete. She had a very rough first few hours, but she is doing much better now (and has even laid an egg), but when she tries to get up, she falls forward IMMEDIATELY. I am not sure if the fall rattled her brains and her balance is off or if there is a muscle issue or what. She is separated from the other hens and in our garage in a large cardboard box with a few inches of pine shaving under her. She has a feeder and chick waterer in the box, but I am unsure of how well she can get herself to the food and water so several time a day we have made her drink and laid food right in from of her. What can I do to help her not fall? She does not make any noises as if she is in pain if that is significant. Please help me figure out what to do to make her better (and sadly, a vet is not an option) . My 6 year old daughter would be so sad if she couldn't recover. It is her bird. Thanks!