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Stroke Solution Pathways

The goal of Home-Healthcare Services of stroke victim is to provide continued care at home in order to keep his/her clinical condition stable and also to help a patient to recover as much of independence and functioning as possible. Stroke is one of the most life-threatening conditions, causing often severe disability and death. Survivors of stroke usually need longtime continued medical care and rehabilitation services after discharge from hospital at home. Because numerous impairments may be involved, Lifeline Healthcare provides comprehensive home-healthcare services to stroke victims, involving our diverse clinical care team, which may include physicians, rehabilitation nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, social workers, psychologists.
 
Depending on the severity of damage, stroke management pathway includes:

 
  • Regular assessment of clinical condition of the patient and record clinical data in treatment file for continued monitoring and therapeutic adjustments.
     
  • Providing physical and occupational therapy as per advice of a consultant physician.
     
  • Speech-language therapy to patients with speech problems.
     
  • Counseling of patient with emotional lability.
     
  • Evaluate the caregiver's ability to participate in the home care management of the patient and train them up to actively involve in managing patient's condition
     
  • Educate and train patients and caregivers about various facets of disease to achieve better patient compliance and positive clinical outcome
     
  • Communicate regularly about the patient's status and progress
     
  • Provide patients with written learning tools
     
  • Coordinate care provided by an increasing number of disparate specialists and technicians, each of whom is concerned with only a single aspect of an individual’s overall medical condition. Our clinician, acting as your case-manager oversees these interactions professionally and ties them together as cost-effectively as possible.
     
    Benefits:
     
     
  • Patient remains clinically in stable condition, requiring hospital visits very rarely. This significantly reduces treatment and rehabilitation cost, making it affordable.
     
  • Treatment in the convenience of patient’s own home improves compliance, accelerates recovery and brings satisfaction to the patient and his entire family.
     
  • Improvement of overall health and quality of life of the patient.
     
  • Additional peace of mind for the patient, caregivers and other family members by freeing themselves from huge burden of taking care of chronically ill patient.
     
     

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