Assistance with meals, maintaining hydration, dressing, personal hygiene, toileting, exercise and communication are often essential to keep your parent safe and moving forward during recovery from a stroke. Our PSW caregivers, supervised by Registered Nurses can help with these activities and more…
A stroke can affect your parent in ways you may not realize. They may need a lot more help than you think.
Depending on the severity of your parent’s stroke your parent may have difficulty talking, walking and moving their limbs, eating and swallowing, paying attention and thinking, and even seeing and hearing.
It’s important that you understand your parent’s needs and what you can expect from the healthcare system. It’s also important that you know how much you can influence your parent’s care.