Stroke Care

Our trained caregivers are experienced in providing Stroke care.

What is a stroke ?

A stroke is a condition in which a blood vessel that carries oxygen to the brain is either blocked by a clot or ruptured, leading to the damage and death of both brain cells and or brain tissue.

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Strokes predominantly affect the older population, with about 10% of adults aged 65 years and older having experienced a stroke

Early warning signs

What are the early warning signs of a stroke?

How does a stroke impact the quality of life?

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.

Impact on Quality of Life

Top caregiver do's for stroke care

Top caregiver don'ts for stroke care

Frequently Asked Questions

It is very important to understand the situation of a stroke patient to develop a helpful stroke care plan.

  • Encourage regular exercise and movement
  • Introduce a healthy diet
  • Ensure medication is administered on time.
  • Stay in touch with the doctor
  • Recall happy memories
  • Create a sleep schedule
  • Employ a live-in caregiver

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;

  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Unexpectedly bad headache
  • Vision Loss
  • Difficulty moving, speaking, or comprehending

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