Not sure what you mean by can hardly see his eyes?
I'd keep him warm and quiet and watch for signs of respiratory problems. Sneezing, heavy breathing, tail bobbing while breathing, any type of discharge..discoloration above cere.
Welcome to the forum Seyski. It was very nice of you to take this little one in. Please keep us posted on how it's doing k?
You might want to leave a night light on for him so he isn't in total darkness at night. They tend to get night frights sometimes and don't like pitch blackness. Best if they can see a little if they get frightened.
Best of luck. I hope he's going to be just fine. Geez what a thing for him to go thru huh??
Do you have an Avian vet close by? You should st least look in to it so you know where the nearest one is in case you need one.