Very good that she is doing better.
Here, a friend and I are taking care of a young orphaned raccoon. He is making great progress, intelligent and curious, marching around the woods in a large fenced enclosure, and sleeping in a converted rabbit hutch "den" whenever he likes. He enjoys blueberries, grapes, apples, salmon slices, and some specially-prepared gourmet meals. He is so happy when he is eating - it's fun to watch.
Will be working with a professional wildlife rehabber soon and I'll probably take the state exam and get my license too; have been thinking about it for years.
Such creatures cross one's path from time to time and it is good if you can help stabilize them, protect but keep appropriate distance, and then release back to the wild when they are ready to go.
That's great! A rewarding experience and an opportunity to meet interesting people.
Wishing your first patient a speedy recovery!