Post Stroke Care

Suffering from a stroke can be devastating for the stroke victim and family members.  The worst part is waiting for the doctor’s verdict and being told of the extent of brain damage and whether your loved one’s memory, physical capabilities, or speech will be affected.  Whatever your loved one’s disability, it’s important to research good physical, occupational, or speech therapists in the area that can usually be found at local rehabilitation centers and hospitals.

Until your doctor gives the OK for your loved one to start rehabilitation, you’re going to need to provide in-home supervision for your loved one to make sure they don’t have an accident or to help them with daily activities that they are no longer able to do easily.  At A-1 Home Care, we understand that you have other daily obligations in life, which is why we offer caregivers, nurse aides, and companions for Post Stroke Care on a 24 hour live-in basis or hourly part-time basis.

The American Stroke Association has some helpful tips for every day living from real stroke survivors and caregivers all over the United States to help the newcomers cope with life after stroke.

A-1 Home Care has been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and Shield Accreditation.  We provide in home care services such as Post Stroke Care, Alzheimer’s Care, and Parkinson’s Care in the communities of Brentwood, Bel Air, Westwood, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, and other cities in Los Angeles and Orange County.

To hire a compatible caregiver in your area, CALL us at 310-657-8780 today. 

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