Strokes predominantly affect the older population, with about 10% of adults aged 65 years and older having experienced a stroke
Strokes are subjective as they can affect individuals in differing ways. Some stroke survivors may experience a partial paralysis of the body; many experience impediments in speech. Regardless of the specific, the aftermath of a stroke can be detrimental and can often greatly impact one's life in both the short and long term.
It is very important to understand the situation of a stroke patient to develop a helpful stroke care plan.
To initiate faster recovery, home care is very important. Considracare provides specialized live-in and hourly stroke care. Our caregivers are trained to ensure a better quality of life, safety, and comfort for your loved one.
Patients with stroke require personal care services such as bathing, clothing, and meal preparation. Not only can a live-in caregiver take care of the individual’s daily needs, but they can also manage their medical needs like medication and doctor’s visits. Live-in care speeds stroke patients’ recovery.
The majority of people who experience a mini-stroke recover immediately after the event. A lot of individuals aren’t even aware that they’ve had a mini-stroke! While most symptoms are short-lived and disappear quickly, they can occasionally last up to 24 hours. Possible symptoms felt after a mini-stroke include;