Post-Stroke Care2023-08-25T10:55:45+00:00

Post-Stroke Care Northern Ireland

Dignified & Expert Post-Stroke Care

Aftercare for stroke victims doesn’t need to be done in an unfamiliar setting. Connected Health has supported many individuals in their home surroundings, and their families, to get back on their feet following a stroke.

A stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) can profoundly impact a person’s life. It doesn’t only impact the person affected, but the whole family. We provide homecare to families nationwide, allowing them to get the support they require. Our carers can provide visiting care during critical times or live-in care around the clock. Connected Health carers are highly skilled at supporting stroke patients in their homes.

Post-Stroke Care Northern Ireland

Our stroke aftercare services are tailored to your needs and delivered where you love most. This is the benefit of Connected Health homecare. A local care specialist will work closely with you to create a care plan tailored to your needs, routines, and lifestyle.

We will also collaborate with your family, the hospital, the physician, and other healthcare organisations to ensure your plan fits around you. You can still have your district nurse attend to offer additional stroke support if needed. We know that asking for help is a difficult decision. We are here to help you every step of your way.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Post-Stroke Homecare?2023-08-25T10:58:01+00:00

Post-stroke homecare refers to a form of support provided to individuals who have recently experienced a stroke and are transitioning from hospital or rehabilitation facilities back into their own familiar environment. Post-stroke homecare aims to aid individuals in their recovery process while encouraging independence and providing safeguards to ensure safety and well-being at home.

Post-stroke homecare services are highly tailored, depending on each individual’s unique needs and abilities. The aim is to facilitate recovery, promote independence and maximise the quality of life as people regain function or adapt to any lasting effects from a stroke.

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