“How-To” Guides for stroke caregivers

Strokecarer.com is a small project; it strives to improve stroke carers’ access to the best available science of stroke care. Here, stroke carers refer to both healthcare workers as well as family caregivers.


Do you know that we can help the brain to recover movements after a stroke?

Definitely yes, but,

For best results, we should offer our help in the first six months of stroke – the earlier the better!

Six rules to regain movements after stroke


This image relates to stroke-associated pee problems.

Bladder problems after a stroke – mostly the leakage – are the most stressful nightmare for stroke carers. It kills self-esteem and limits social interactions other than the financial cost. The bladder can be re-trained. Although effective methods exist to retrain and regain bladder control, stroke carers do not practice those. The recommended methods include;


The image depicts the skin layers and its structures

“How to” prevent bedsores

(The image source: National Cancer Institute accessed through Wikimedia Commons under the public domain license).

Bedsores are common; however, they can be prevented.


How to choose body-worn absorbent products to manage incontinence

Stroke caregivers need guidance in choosing the correct absorbent products. This buying guide will help you to choose the most suitable one.


“How -To” recognize a stroke

Stroke kills 32,000 every second.

Time is the key to minimize brain damage from a stroke event. Everyone needs to know the warning stroke symptoms and signs.

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