Posted by Chad Birt on Thu Mar 04 2021
Incontinence presents unique challenges. Fortunately, stroke-related incontinence is relatively easy to manage and treat. A combination of healthy lifestyle changes, at-home exercises, medication, and regular doctor’s appointments can minimize accidents and improve your senior’s quality of life.Read the tips.
Posted by Nate Birt on Fri May 05 2023
As a caregiver, you are always looking for ways to help your loved ones stay healthy. One way to do this is to pay attention to behavior that might seem unusual. In some cases, unexpected behavior might be an indication of mini-strokes in older loved ones.Read More
Posted by Chad Birt on Tue Jun 13 2023
After a stroke, you may need to relearn skills, such as how to get dressed, brush your teeth, and bathe. This process can be slow and difficult, but physical and occupational therapy help. If you or a loved one recently had a stroke, you might wonder what stroke recovery entails.Read More