Post-stroke Care Services & Caregivers, Fully Trained & Certified To Provide Care For You And Your Family.
Is Post-stroke care right for you?
If you or your loved one has already experienced a stroke, there are some additional special needs that experienced caregivers will be familiar with. A balanced diet and proper light exercise, as well as careful administration of medication can keep hypertension controlled.
Support with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs), such as meal preparation, feeding assistance, household chores, laundry, shopping, doctor’s appointments, and transportation.
Medication reminders for blood pressure and other medication
Plan and prepare healthy meals to help manage hypertension
Help with preparing a custom menu and shopping
Light, supervised exercise schedule
Warning Signs of a Stroke
F.A.S.T. is an easy way to remember the sudden signs of stroke, according to the American Stroke Association. When you can spot the following signs, you’ll know that you need to call 9-1-1 for help right away.
Time to call 9-1-1
Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability and the #4 cause of death in the United States
Stroke kills more than 137,000 people per year (1 of every 18 deaths)
Stroke deaths occur in about 40% of males, and 60% in females
I have referred families to Carole McGary many times over the years because I know how honest and ethically she runs her business. I always get excellent feedback from our Kentucky clients about the service they receive from Preferred Private Care when they stay in Florida during the winter. Thank you for all you do!
Personalized care for your loved one is an important matter and finding the right person can be a frustrating experience. That is why we offer a complimentary evaluation with the family to make sure you are provided with the proper care.