When families come to us looking for stroke care, many are just minutes out of the hospital or are calling from out-of-state and need immediate care for their aging loved one. At Home Care Assistance of Douglas County, our Care Managers and highly qualified stroke caregivers are available to provide assistance 24/7. Whether care is needed bedside at the hospital, on a live-in basis to support a safe recovery at home or a few days a week to help family caregivers manage their new responsibilities, we are here to help.
By working with a professional and reliable stroke caregiver, families are not only able to spend more quality time with their loved ones, they can enjoy peace of mind knowing their loved one’s unique needs are being met whether it’s help with nutritious meal preparation and feeding, personal care, medication reminders or mobility assistance. And with more than 25% of stroke survivors suffering a second stroke in their lifetime, a highly trained stroke caregiver can be invaluable in identifying common stroke symptoms to prevent recurrence.
Home Care Assistance has developed a one of a kind training program, Home Care Assistance University, where caregivers learn about a wide range of topics from safe transferring methods to nutritious meal preparation. Caregivers will also receive training in our proprietary Balanced Care Method™ and Cognitive Therapeutics Method™, both of which aim to promote health, cognitive functioning and overall wellness for the clients we serve.
With the support of a reliable and professional in-home stroke caregiver, senior stroke survivors can receive the level of care they need, without having to leave the comfort and familiarity of home. To learn more about our stroke care services, reach out to a friendly Care Manager at 720-580-5378 – we’re available to answer questions 24/7.