Did you know?
When blood vessels in the brain clot or burst, the brain cells are starved of oxygen — and a stroke occurs. Stroke victims often lose significant muscle control and memory, which makes day-to-day living enormously challenging.
Do you watch your loved one…
With the right help, your loved one can lead a full, happy life.
A compassionate Preferred aide will help them:
Get around the house without falling
Prepare wholesome, nutritious meals
Communicate their needs and feel understood
Remember to take medications (to prevent recurrent strokes)
Accomplish daily tasks like bathing, dressing, eating and toileting
According to the NIH, people who get rehab treatment within 3-6 months of a stroke enjoy a 48-91% recovery rate. After that, chances of regaining strength and skills are lower.
Getting trained professionals to help your loved one recover is urgently important
Preferred’s skilled therapists will help your loved one:
“My mother is very happy” “My mom had a stroke, and she couldn’t walk. Preferred’s staff was courteous and professional, and we are pleased with our aide. Most of all, my mother is very happy!”
Joseph Colombo, family member