Angland damaged his spinal cord in the incident at Sha Tin on November 25 when his mount stumbled coming out of the barriers.
After undergoing surgery in Hong Kong, Angland came home to Sydney just before Christmas and had further surgery at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital.
“Tye has some movement in the arms but is unable to walk,” the AJA said.
“Together the family are currently working with a range of stakeholders in terms of co-ordinating and financing Tye's ongoing care and the family's long-term needs.
“His wife Erin, and the couple's three children Alexis, Addison and Rylan continue to be amazed by the support they have received and wish to say thank you to everyone who has reached out to them.”
The 29-year-old is in the Royal Rehabilitation Centre in Sydney where he is continuing treatment and rehabilitation.