Strokes are a leading cause of acquired disability, especially for older adults, and can make independent living a challenge. However, with appropriate support, returning home is possible and rehabilitation in the home environment can be just as successful as other options.
Strokes occur when there is an interruption of the blood supply to the brain, either from a blood clot or haemorrhage.
While stokes affect everyone differently, but some common issues in daily life following a stroke include:
Stroke rehabilitation requires a multidisciplinary team with Nurses and Carers serving in pivotal roles.
Nurses and Carers can offer support in the home by:
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