Stroke Care 2018-03-05T19:36:38-05:00

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Stroke care mainly focuses on helping you regain your strength, recover as much function as possible and return to independent living. The impact of your stroke depends on the area of the brain involved and the amount of tissue damaged.

How To Care For A Stroke Patient At Home

An important part of the road to recovery is your return to community living after leaving the hospital. Learning to live with new challenges following a stroke is essential. Learn more on the types of challenges, rehabilitation services, and assistance available for stroke survivors.

  • Practice will help. Try to have a conversation at least once a day connected and rebuild your confidence.
  • Say it your way. When recovering from a stroke, you might use fewer words. Use your tone of voice to communicate and rely on gestures.
  • Use communication aids. Often stroke victims will find it helpful to use cue cards showing pictures of close family, frequently used words or daily activities, such as a favorite television show
  • Take your time and relax. Talking may be easiest and most enjoyable in a relaxing situation when you’ve got plenty of time.


Post-stroke paralysis can be discouraging, but again, we don’t let it stop our clients.

There are many stories of stroke survivors who overcome post-stroke paralysis. This is even when the doctors say there is no hope.

Most importantly, never give up hope. We wont.

Stroke Homecare

Stroke Recovery care can be provided at home – or in Assisted Living Facilities, Residential and Nursing Homes. We are well informed about all available care options and the best types of care regarding Stroke Care and Recovery. What we offer are experienced and qualified carers flexible to your needs and situation

  • Don’t Plateau Out: Once you end rehab at the clinic and begin pursuing rehab at home, you may see your results slow down. It’s important not to let this discourage you. A plateau is simply a slowing down, not a stopping. Recovery will only stop when you stop.

  • Don’t Let Paralysis Stop You:  Post-stroke paralysis can be discouraging, but we encourage clients not to let it stop them. To overcome post-stroke paralysis, we try everything until we find something that works. Most importantly, we never give up hope.

  • Treat Spasticity the Right Way:  Spasticity is a HUGE roadblock that deters many stroke survivors from pursuing recovery at home. Don’t let misinformation fool you. We can help people who are struggling to manage Spasticity.

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