The right support at home can make rehabilitation smoother and more successful. If you or a loved one has suffered from a stroke, we can help you regain your strength, independence, and sense of joy.
When every day counts, count on us.
Studies show that early action after a stroke can reduce complications during recovery. Our caregivers are trained to support safe rehabilitation following ischemic strokes, hemorrhagic strokes, and transient ischemic attacks. With the right team by your side, recovery at home is possible.
We understand the impact of a stroke and the challenges that follow.
Everyone improves at their own pace so the recovery process can’t be rushed—but it can be supported. Through our years of experience, we’ve learned how to work with clients to help them regain their strength, relearn activities like walking, and rediscover the joy of independence. And we believe that expert home care can reduce the chance of future damage and improve the quality of life for clients recovering from stroke and the people who love them.
How we can help.
Following a stroke, you may have symptoms like weakness, paralysis, problems with balance or coordination, pain, numbness, and burning sensations. It’s also normal to experience mental fogginess, mild confusion, and other cognitive challenges.

We can help you manage the physical and emotional challenges without losing your balance—or hope. Our caregivers can help with the follow-up medical care and physical therapy that’s so critical to recovery. We have experience introducing and safely using home medical equipment like a walker, wheelchair, or hospital bed, and can help with home safety modifications, regular blood work reminders, intellectual stimulation, and gentle exercise. And since nutrition is also essential to recovery, we’ll make sure the body gets the energy it needs to heal.
  • Companionship
  • Personal Care and Hygiene
  • Medication Reminders
  • Staying Active
  • Grocery Shopping
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Meal and prep nutition
  • Social Activities and Connection
  • Transportation and Errands
  • Hobbies and Passions
Learning For Families
Home care offers personalized assistance to older adults in need—and surprisingly, these services don’t always have to take place in the home. Here are the ways home care provides much-needed support to your loved one wherever they are.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiving
The FAST scale assesses the “functional” or daily observable changes and symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias — and it can provide a useful map, as well as much greater understanding of the process of decline. But did you know that family members and loved ones can use this tool as well?
Support your loved one’s desire to live independently with these essential home safety features, technology solutions, and support for household tasks.
Your Care Needs
Help us understand your care needs. Then we’ll set up a free phone consultation so you
can get the right support and services to live and age successfully at home.