Surviving a stroke can be a harrowing experience. Even once the danger has passed, survivors need to be prepared to face new challenges in their daily routine. Professional or family caregiving can help stroke survivors retain independence and function, but caregivers need to be informed on how best to aid seniors after a stroke.
Coping with changes
The Cleveland Clinic warned that changes in mood and behavior can be common after a stroke. This may be especially difficult for family caregivers to adjust to, as they have more of a history with their loved one than a professional caregiver would. …read more