The brain damage caused by strokes is the largest cause of adult disability in the UK.
Managing your practical, emotional and social needs following a stroke can be difficult. So, Angel Care is here help you negotiate the aftermath of a stroke in the familiar and comforting surroundings of your own home.
Choose Angel Care for:
- Support with rehabilitation
- Personal care support
- Help with continuing social activities
- Practical help with every day tasks
- Medication management
- Help preparing nutritious meals – including support to eat and drink
- Live-in care
More on Stroke
- A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off
- After a stroke about a third of people will develop aphasia, affecting communication skills
- Others experience a loss of memory or the ability to concentrate
- The physical effects of stroke include: seizures, weakness or paralysis and extreme fatigue
How We Can Help
It’s normal for those suffering the trauma of a stroke to experience depression, anger or an inability to control emotions – even though this may be uncharacteristic. Plus, these behaviours can be compounded by anxiety and the side effects of medication.
Angel Care’s compassionate care staff are experienced in supporting stroke survivors in a range of ways, from planning your support with you, and your loved ones, to helping you to rehabilitate in your own home.
Have more questions about strokes?
Find out more from the Stroke Association. Or, contact your local Angel Care office and speak with one of our friendly care team about creating a support package to suit you.
Find your nearest branch HERE.