The impeller field is still offputting, but he's getting used to it and doesn't object. He does take his walking stick back, once she's settled, and taps it on the edge of the trundlecart to start it walking up the path, tapping again whenever it needs a course correction. Their route is gently uphill, along a dirt path just wide enough for the cart to be comfortably guided along; there's birdsong from the trees, which he occasionally whistles mimicry of.
He's thinking, as he walks, about what she's going to need to know here. He's not very sure. How he's expecting having her as a guest to go, probably, at least to start - his species doesn't do well, trying to operate outside their own territory and especially in other territories. It's inhibiting; the exact details vary from one individual to another but all of them have trouble taking at least some kinds of actions in places they don't feel fully comfortable - it would have represented an extreme case if she'd been unable to stand without his help because of that, but it's not unheard of. If she truly doesn't experience that, that's - pretty bizarre, and probably has lots of implications he's not coming up with yet - but he's not going to assume she doesn't, he's going to assume she needs things done for her until he knows that she can do them for herself, and even then he won't be surprised if there's some variance in what actions are available to her. That's intrinsic to having a guest around; if he decides he doesn't want to deal with it anymore he'll put her out of his territory and that'll be the end of it, though it'd take kind of a lot to make him do that before she's healed - she is of course free to leave anytime, though. He'll also ask around for someone else to host her if she wants that, and she might have offers of other hosts even if he doesn't ask.
For specifics - he hasn't figured out housing yet; he does have a guest bunk in his house if she's comfortable with that but it'd be reasonable for her not to be, it's just a bunk, not a full room. He's not sure he has enough materials on hand to put up a second house, even a small one, but he can probably make her a tent at least, as an alternative. He has food plants she can use or he can bring her meals or both; he does have meat animals in his household and he'll bring her some of that in any case, since meat is good for healing injuries. Eggs and milk, too, in case that doesn't go without saying. He has crafting materials to spare, though it occurs to him that if she can't communicate normally she probably can't craft, either - well, she can ask him for things, he'll do his best. Probably at least one of the animals will take an interest in her if she wants company. He only has the one network connection, and she won't know any of the locals anyway even if she has one and picks up the local style of writing, but he can ask if there's a spare around that she can have anyway, if she wants.