Stroke Care

Giving the Gift of Independence and Support


The American Stroke Association reports more than 7 million Americans are stroke survivors. If your loved one has recently lived through a stroke, in home care is an excellent option to provide a healthy transition back home from the hospital or therapy center and beyond. CaringGivers can provide stroke care services that will promote independence and safety for the senior living at home.


Stroke Care in Washington, D.C.

While each senior we serve is different, there are common support services we provide for clients recovering from a stroke. Whether there are mobility changes, increased fall risk, decreased strength on one side of the body, communication issues, or other challenges, we are fully equipped to provide stroke care assistance that maximized independence and preserves dignity for the seniors we serve. 

Support services could include:

  • Respite care for caregivers
  • Transportation to and from errands, appointments, support groups, or social obligations
  • Redirection and cueing to assist with memory challenges
  • Home companion care
  • Assistance with household or hygiene tasks
  • Support with prescribed therapy exercises from a physician

If your loved one has had a stroke and is ready to return home from the hospital, call our team to set up the in home care support they will need to stay healthy and strong. Our free consultation gives us the chance to get to know your situation and begin to develop a personalized support plan for your loved one.