Caregivers’ and survivors’ journey begins as soon as their concerned other faces a stroke event. They need to make life-changing decisions at lightning speed to take the person to a nearby resourceful hospital. During and after discharging from the hospital, the rehab journey may either be a few months, years or sometimes a lifetime.
This page shares the latest evidence-based best practices that experts recommend for us to follow. We invite those concerned to join us to co-create and convert this into a resourceful platform for the benefit of all.
The contents are grouped as pre-hospital care best practices, hospital care best practices, and after-hospital care best practices.
Pre-hospital care best practices
- How to suspect a stroke and what to do
- How fast we should act in the event of a suspected stroke event
- How and when to call an emergency
Hospital care best practices
- Do you know about the clot-busting drug?
- Clot-removal effective even after six hours of the stroke attack
After-hospital care best practices
Importance of exercises
- Glossary of terms: physical fitness:https://www.strokecarer.com/glossary-of-terms-physical-fitness/
- Blend cardio with strength exercises as early as possible
- Loss of bladder control after a stroke event
- Know about incontinence briefs
- Incontinence briefs for men
- Diaper banks