Stroke & Rehab Home Care Services
Most stroke survivors and those recovering from other medical circumstances have the goal of returning to full activity and live independently at home. However, during the recovery process, there are a number of activities of daily living that they need someone to do for them or support to do themselves. In the case of stroke rehab, the brain is gradually rebuilding damaged synapses, which can cause mental fogginess or a sense of mild confusion. A little guided direction can help speed up the recovery process while keeping a loved one healthy and safe.
Stroke and Rehabilitations Common Challenges
A stroke and other medical circumstances can be extremely challenging to cope with and recover from; patients must simultaneously overcome physical, cognitive and emotional challenges and many report frustrations with the recovery process. A caregiver can help ease the physical and emotional stress while encouraging and level setting the process. An example of the home care services
- Transportation to and from Medical Appointments
- Communicating with Doctors and family members
- Driving and errands
- Meal preparation and good nutrition
- Mobility assistance
- Personal care including hygiene and dressing
- Medication reminders
- Companionship and activities
- Emotional support for patient and family
Do you have questions? We find that calling us at 508-861-3067 is a great way to ask questions and get quick answers. Call today to learn more about Stroke and Rehab In-Home Care services for your parent or loved one in the Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, and Westborough areas
Get a free in-home assessment which will identify the services needed for your loved one and a recommended in-home care plan. You will learn the level of support your parent or loved one needs to remain in their home living safely and independently. Care plans also provide a better understanding of what to expect going forward for family members.