Do you know the signs? F.A.S.T. stands for:
Time to call (is critical…act FAST!)
Cardiovascular disease is the
leading cause of death. A stroke occurs when blood supply to the brain is blocked.
Brain cells start to die, causing disability and often death. That’s the bad
news – the good news is this can be prevented!
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If your loved one has recently experienced a stroke, know that there are plenty of options available to help with recovery and recuperation once they’ve been released from the hospital. Whether you choose premier home care services or other senior care options, the help available to assist with recuperation can provide valuable support and insight into what to expect as you begin the recovery process. Read More »
Strokes are very common among seniors. Most of the information you read online focuses on stroke awareness, such as risk factors that increase the odds of having a stroke or signs and symptoms to watch for. Of course, stroke awareness is a very important topic, but it is also necessary to provide information on what you can do after you’ve suffered a stroke to help with rehabilitation and recovery. Read More »
Strokes. Everyone knows about them; strokes are often referred to when discussing the health of older adults. But, how much do you really know about them? Have you actually been paying attention when the topic of strokes comes up or do you just tune out? To commemorate Stroke Awareness Month , we are going to share some important facts about a health issue that everyone knows about, but don’t really know: Read More »