One of the scary aspects of stroke is that stroke survivors may be able to fully recover or they may have lifelong disabilities that affect their ability to move, talk, think, and remember. It can be incredibly frustrating for the stroke survivor because they can’t express themselves to others easily and may require assistance with every part of their life. The most important thing that family members can do is provide emotional support and ongoing care to help your loved one recover and prevent another stroke from happening. Beginning a new lifestyle that includes healthy meals on a daily basis, physical therapy, and exercise are necessary to facilitate recovery. Any resource or medical professional you seek advice from will tell you that nutrition and exercise are the key to a healthy lifestyle and prevention of another stroke, in addition to giving up unhealthy addictions such as smoking and drinking.
At A-1 Home Care, we provide compassionate Post Stroke Care services when you can’t be there to provide the necessary living assistance. Our post stroke caregivers can provide 24 hour Live-In Care orHourly Care to meet the needs of your schedule. All of our caregivers, nurse aides, companions, and home helpers must have prior at home caregiving experience, verifiable professional references, a National Background Check/DMV Check, Tuberculosis testing, Malpractice/Liability insurance, First Aid/CPR training, and a personal interview with our office staff.
It’s important that your loved one follows all doctor or therapist orders and a caregiver from A-1 Home Care can ensure that your loved one is taking any medication they need, eating appropriately, and engaging in recommended exercises.
To interview and hire a compassionate Post Stroke Caregiver in your area today, call us at 626-287-0250 or 562 929 8400.
For more information, visit us at Arcadia In Home Care.