Stroke Care

Person-centred stroke aftercare from homecare experts

Stroke care, bespoke to you

We specialise in stroke care that supports recovery and independence in the comforting environment of your own home. Our comprehensive stroke homecare services are designed to assist those recovering from a stroke, focusing on rehabilitation, personal care, and enhancing quality of life during the recovery process.

Get in touch

How do I arrange Stroke Care?

Our expert homecare team will help guide you through the process of arranging your stroke care package

1. Contact our homecare experts

Get in touch with our team of local homecare experts using our online enquiry form or call us on 08000 622 622 to discuss the range of available homecare options. Our team is available 24/7 and aim to respond to all enquiries immediately.

Get in touch

2. Free assessment within 24 hours

Our experienced homecare team will discuss your requirements, learn more about you or your loved one, and carry out a free assessment within 24 hours to understand the type of care you require.

3. Your bespoke homecare package

Our team will create a bespoke care package based on your needs and preferences. All of our homecare staff are carefully matched based on the individual requirements of you or your loved one.

Download our digital brochure

Click here to download our latest Nurseplus Care at home brochure

brochure image

What are the benefits of Stroke Care?

Recovering from a stroke can be a challenging journey, both for the individual affected and their families. Our tailored approach to stroke aftercare focuses on the unique needs of each patient, developing a customised care plan aimed to help you and your family get back on your feet.

There are a number of benefits of stroke care at home, including;

  • Facilitating a faster recovery

  • Personalised care, whether that be visiting care or live-in care

  • Maintaining your routines and activities

  • One-to-one support and dedicated care

  • Consistent environment of home

What are the benefits of Stroke Care?
Rated Excellent on Trustpilot
Quality homecare trusted by families across the UK
Read our Reviews
What is a stroke?

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, preventing brain tissue from getting oxygen and nutrients. A stroke is a medical emergency, and prompt treatment is crucial. Early action can minimise brain damage and potential complications.

There are two main types of stroke:

  • Ischemic Stroke: This type accounts for about 87% of all strokes and occurs when a blood vessel supplying blood to the brain gets blocked, usually by a blood clot. Ischemic strokes can be caused by clots forming in the brain's blood vessels, in blood vessels leading to the brain, or even in blood vessels elsewhere in the body that then travel to the brain.

  • Hemorrhagic Stroke: This type occurs when a blood vessel in the brain leaks or ruptures. Hemorrhagic strokes can be caused by conditions such as high blood pressure, overuse of anticoagulant medication, or weakened spots in your blood vessel walls (aneurysms). A subcategory of hemorrhagic stroke is a subarachnoid hemorrhage, which involves bleeding in the area between the brain and the thin tissues covering it.

Another condition related to stroke is a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA), often called a mini-stroke. A TIA is a temporary blockage of blood flow to the brain. While TIAs do not cause permanent damage, they may signal a full-blown stroke ahead and should be treated as a medical emergency.

Introducing Nurseplus Connect

As part of our ongoing commitment to curating the highest possible homecare service, Nurseplus Care at home has introduced an additional range of extra healthcare services to support our clients from home, including;

  • Online GP

  • Physio

  • Counselling

Nurseplus Connect aims to make healthcare services more accessible, with each and every one of our clients having access to a number of additional benefits all included as part of their homecare package.

Find out More
Introducing Nurseplus Connect

Quality homecare you can trust

Take a look at what some of our valued clients have been saying...

View All


For more information about stroke care take a look at some of the frequently asked questions below.

What is stroke care at home?
Who can benefit from stroke care at home?
How does stroke care at home aid in recovery?
How are carers trained to handle the unique challenges of stroke recovery?
How do we ensure safety in the home for someone recovering from a stroke?

Help and advice


Supporting Someone After a Stroke

Following a stroke, individuals may experience a wide array of after-effects, ranging from emotional and physical challenges to social and practical adjustments.

Find out more

How Nurseplus Care at home is Navigating Current Homecare Trends

In recent years, the landscape of healthcare has undergone significant transformations, and the home care industry is no exception.

Find out more

What is a Live-In Carer?

Make a positive difference to someone's life and become a Live-in carer!

Find out more

How Companionship Care Can Help Prevent Dementia

By focusing on some of the key practices known to promote a healthier lifestyle we can have a positive effect on reducing the effects of dementia

Find out more

Live-in Care for Couples

Maintaining togetherness and independence at home

Find out more

Understanding and Accessing Homecare for the Elderly: Costs and Getting Started

This guide provides comprehensive information on how much homecare for the elderly costs and how to get started with homecare services.

Find out more
At Nurseplus Care at home, we specialise in stroke care that supports recovery and independence in the comforting environment of your own home. Our comprehensive stroke homecare services are designed to assist those recovering from a stroke, focusing on rehabilitation, personal care, and enhancing q...
Read More