Stroke Care

What is a Stroke?

A stroke is a brain condition that occurs when the blood flow to the brain is blocked or reduced, causing brain cells to be damaged. There are two main types of strokes: ischemic stroke (blood flow is blocked by a clot) and hemorrhagic stroke (a blood vessel breaks, causing bleeding). Symptoms of a stroke may include sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the body, difficulty speaking, blurred vision, and trouble walking.

Stroke Care Services

Our stroke care services help stroke patients recover at home, providing professional care and support, and easing the burden on families.

Stroke Prevention

Primary Prevention: Preventing the first occurrence of a stroke.

Services: Providing healthy lifestyle advice, such as balanced diet, regular exercise, and quitting smoking.

Secondary Prevention: Preventing another stroke in people who have already had one.

Services: Providing healthy lifestyle advice and helping manage other conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes.

Acute Stroke Care

Goal: Help patients who have just been discharged from the hospital continue their recovery at home.


Multidisciplinary Team: Includes nurses, physical therapists, and traditional Chinese medicine practitioners.

Medical Care: Assisting patients with taking medications, providing acupuncture and physical therapy, and wound care.

Personal Care: Helping patients with bathing, dressing, and eating.

Psychological Support: Providing emotional support to help patients adjust to life after a stroke.

Chronic Stroke Care

Goal: Help long-term stroke patients maintain health and prevent new health issues.


Health Advice: Providing advice on diet, exercise, and weight management.

Disease Management: Helping manage other conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes.

Health Assessments and Education


Health Assessments: Conducting comprehensive health checks for clients and their families, and recommending appropriate diagnostic tests.

Health Education: Providing knowledge on stroke prevention, management, and recovery to help clients and families understand how to care for stroke patients.

Through these care services, we are committed to providing a safe, comfortable, and caring environment for stroke clients, helping them recover and improve their quality of life.