Stroke patients require the kind of responsive, attentive care that will give them the best chance at a successful recovery. While family members will give as much of this care as possible, we understand that it’s difficult to always be there for your loved one and take care of your other responsibilities at the same time.
With Family Bridges, your family is our family, and our in-home caregivers will look after your loved ones as though they are their own. Whether you need short-term help or a long-term commitment, we are ready to assist you and your loved one through this difficult time.
Our caregivers will work in your loved one’s home, on your loved one’s schedule, so that he or she is immersed in a comfortable, familiar environment. They are highly trained, truly dedicated to you and your loved ones, and ready to provide the finest services in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Extra Care for Stroke Patients
The caregivers from Family Bridges know that a stroke can be daunting to you and your loved ones. We understand what you’re facing and want to be there for you as you recover your strength. We’ve been helping people just like you deal with the consequences of a stroke for years and will do all within our power to speed you along the road to recovery.
From helping with simple household tasks – like housekeeping and grocery shopping – to driving you to appointments with doctors and therapists, Family Bridges caregivers are the right choice for you and your family – whatever your circumstances. We’re the preferred choice for home care in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, so make the call today to schedule your own free care consultation.
Do You Have Questions?
Please contact Family Bridges to learn more about what our home-based care for stroke patients can do for you and your loved one. Our in-home stoke care services are provided to the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas.
Stroke Home Care Services. What You Can Expect.
Our home care services for stroke patients can be customized to meet the specific needs of your loved one – offering emotional support, reducing fall risk, and assisting in all the activities of daily life including: