Michael Schumacher is being treated by a team of 15 medical experts in his Lausanne home, at a costly N26.7m weekly
Michael Schumacher left Lausanne hospital where he has been under intensive care after falling into a coma, following a Ski accident he suffered while skiing in France in December 29 last year
Weeks ago, his manager confirmed that he would complete his recovery at home, where he currently is under the care of a medical team trained by the Lausanne hospital that admitted him
It has been revealed that Schumacher spends N26.7m (£100,000) weekly on the medical team of 15 experts battling to help him get his life back to normal
The money is spent on wage bills and medical equipment rentals
Despite the medical attention he has been receiving since leaving hospital, the seven time F1 champion’s manager Sabine Kehm said that his condition has not improved significantly
He is still unable to speak and move his body, but alternately moves his eyes; a condition which the Lausanne trained medical experts call "minimal consciousness" preluding an awakening from Coma
"I do not know the condition of Michael Schumacher, but if it is stable, then the familiar surroundings of his home can certainly help for now.
"Such emotional stimulation is very important for patients who have suffered a severe brain trauma," a German Brain specialist, Manfred Spitzer said
To aid his quick recovery, family and friends are providing the 45 year-old legend with the emotional support he needs
According to reports, his father, Rolf Schumacher would be leaving their homeland Germany, to move into his son’s £35 million Gland mansion in Lausanne to be with the family
Schumacher’s children Mick, 15, and Gina-Maria, 17, also spend most of their days on his bedside.