What is stroke care?

Every stroke is different and the after effects of suffering from a stroke are completely unique to each person. If you or a loved one have had a stroke it can present a number of temporary or long-term challenges.

With the assistance of a carer who has been educated to understand your needs and challenges, you don’t need to face the after effects of a stroke alone. With the right help and support, life can return to normal or as close to normal as possible.

What are the benefits of stroke care?

Having a one-to-one carer at home can help with many post-trauma challenges. Following a stroke, a carer can ensure your personal and care needs are met as well as assist you around the home and accompany you on trips out of the home.

After a stroke you may struggle to communicate with others, so a one-to-one live-in carer can get to know your own unique needs and how best to communicate with you.

Personal assistance from a care assistant throughout the day means you are able to continue to live at home after a stroke and do the things you enjoy.

Daily activities such as cooking, light housework or visiting friends and family shouldn’t need to be considered a special request. You can rest assured that a carer from our team can help you, accompanying and assisting you whenever you need them to.

Each of our carers is also able to work with other healthcare professionals such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, dieticians and doctors to provide a holistic approach to care aimed at improving your strength, muscle tone, speech, mobility, and independence. Your carer will actively work with you daily to exercise, stretch and oversee other aspects of your rehabilitation plan.

“I would recommend ENA to other clients. I have found them to be professional, friendly and very supportive. My Co-ordinator has given me tremendous support and is always willing to assist in any way they can.” - Miss W, Sussex

Why choose a carer from ENA Care Group?

We have been providing specialist care in the home for over 20 years so we really do understand what is required of a care assistant.

You’ll notice the difference in the professional support and care options we offer, the caring attitude of our staff and the extra support we offer.

We employ nurses that support and manage our carers to ensure that you will be looked after and that your care plans reflect your needs, supporting you in achieving what you are aiming for. Our services give you unlimited access to this expertise and help.

Each of our carers has completed extensive training that includes:

  • How to identify the early signs and symptoms of stroke
  • The causes of stroke and preventative measures
  • The importance of medication such as anticoagulants and statins
  • The effects of a stroke and the behavioural, social, emotional and psychological effects
  • Effective communication skills
  • Assisted eating. assisted cough, suctioning and PEG
  • Mobilisation and stretching exercises
  • How to work with other agencies such as physiotherapists, occupational, speech therapists, dieticians and doctors

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For further information on how we can support you with specialist stroke care at home, get in touch with our specialist team, who will be more than happy to discuss your individual needs.