It is one of life’s greatest challenges to watch our parents and loved ones age. When a senior has a stroke, it seems like the gradual aging process is accelerated and families are often unsure of how to provide post-stroke care and support. Whether your senior loved one is experiencing a small change in fine motor skills or requires around-the-clock care and monitoring, you can trust our highly trained, professional, and compassionate care assistants to support your loved one so they can continue to enjoy a safe, happy, and healthy life at home.
At Home Care Assistance of Rhode Island, we tailor our stroke care plans to the individual needs of each client. An experienced Care Manager will meet with your loved one and family to determine the level of care needed and an appropriate care schedule based on family involvement and availability. They’ll also speak with your loved one’s medical team to learn about possible complications with recovery, immediate safety threats, and other details that we may not be able to identify from an in-person conversation. Starting with a strong foundation, the care plan be easily adjusted should care needs change during the recovery period.
Rhode Island families can take comfort in knowing that a trained stroke care assistant is by their loved one’s side to assist with nutritious meal preparation, personal care, medication reminders, doctor recommended exercise plans, and more. For families with senior loved ones still in the hospital or at a rehabilitation center, our stroke care assistants are also available to provide care and companionship, ensuring continuity of care before discharge.
Have other questions about senior stroke care in Rhode Island? Call (401) 284-0979 to speak with a friendly Care Manager and schedule a complimentary, no-obligation stroke care consultation. We’re here to help 24/7.