A stroke is a loss of brain function due to a disturbance in the vessels supplying blood to the brain. Like all organs, the brain needs the oxygen and nutrients provided by blood to function properly. If the supply of blood is restricted or stopped, brain cells begin to die.
Strokes affect different people in different ways, depending on the area and extent of damage. People can experience difficulties with movement, speech and sometimes partial blindness. Some people experience a single major stroke, others may be diagnosed with a vascular disease which results in numerous small strokes or Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs).
Stroke Rehabilitation at Home
Surviving a stroke could be a life changing experience, but being able to stay in the comfort and familiarity of your own home has many compelling benefits and can aid recovery and improve quality of life. One to one care, delivered in your home and tailored to your needs, offers not only practical help with daily tasks but also emotional support and the reassurance of having help at hand whenever needed
Flexserve offers you various service packages either
– A live in package
– Day care or
– As a respite service
Comprehensive assessment conducted by our care specialist
An experienced and trained professional carer or a team of carers will be allocated to support you
Personalised, and goal driven comprehensive Plan of Care
Carers trained to administer medications and trained to optimise management of, what can sometimes be a complex medications regime
Unrivalled support for both the client and family, including access to educational resources and events, as well as support networks
Professional carers trained to support individuals with memory, speech or mobility impairment
Liaison with other health and care professionals enabling a fully integrated care pathway, including escort to appointments to ensure a consistent and familiar approach to care that reduces anxiety and frustrations.