I have been raising 23 faverolles chicks which are now 5 weeks old. They are still indoors in the brooder. I went away for the weekend and had a friend (with chicken experience) come over and check on them a couple times a day and make sure they always had food and water. When I got home, the air conditioner had shut off and it was 88 degrees in their room. I opened windows and turned the air conditioner back on. They still had a little water left and some food. Most of the chicks were fine but one of my smaller female chicks was just lying on the floor. Some other chicks stepped on her and she didn't even protest. I scooped her up and started giving her water. She drank. I gave her some half water / half Gatorade solution and she drank some of that too. I gave her food and she ate a lot. She perked up a little and walked around, though not very energetically. She tried to fly but fell. She is holding her wings a little strangely, kind of like they are not all the way folded up. I separated her into her own brooder with food and the 50% Gatorade solution and an EcoGlow at one end. She went under the EcoGlow. She resumed peeping a little bit but it is very weak and quiet. Am I doing the right things? What else can I do for her?