A Stroke is something that no one expects to happen. It can have a life-changing impact on a person but it doesn’t just impact the individual – it has effects on the entire family. However, if the unexpected happens, Arogin Care Home's Stroke care and Rehabilitation center is always ready to help. 

Stroke aftercare doesn’t have to happen in unfamiliar surroundings. Here, at Arogin Care Home, we are helping families across the country to receive the support they deserve. With both post-stroke patients care and Rehabilitation services when you need them most, our carers are experienced in assisting post-stroke patients.

Stroke Care Process at Arogin Care Home

Arogin Care Home is fully equipped with a physiotherapy hall to a homely environment with friendly caregivers and skilled nurses. The way we deliver high-quality psychological, emotional, and physical care at Arogin Care Home has developed a unique four-step approach as follows:

Risk Profiling & Base Evaluation

A Patient's Recovery Prognosis should be determined by the kind, severity, and location of the stroke in the brain. A Post-stroke patient's Profile is made by respective multidisciplinary department leads, which include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, speech therapists, and dieticians considering factors such as blood pressure level, sugar level, hypercholesterolemia, and preventable risk factors such as falls, aspiration, infections, and so on.

Goal Planning

After the team has completed the baseline examination, the family is given a tailored care plan that includes goal setting to help them create realistic and mutually accepted goals for improved rehabilitation.

Regular Monitoring

Performance indicators must be closely monitored to ensure that the patient is on the right track to recovery and that a choice to continue or alter the care plan is made based on the patient's progress. Because the effects of stroke vary from person to person, each treatment plan is tailored to the individual's needs in order to ensure a quick and effective recovery.

Provide Detailed Report to the Family Every Month

Every month, the Arogin Care Home Team prepares a complete report for you so you can see how your loved one's health is progressing. By relearning skills they have lost, learning new skills and therapies & finding other ways to manage any permanent disabilities, Our Team helps people to regain as much independence as possible.

Stroke Care Services at Arogin Care Home

Common Stroke Care Services for Post-stroke patients at Arogin Care Home are as follows:

  • Consultant Physicians regularly.
  • 24/7 skilled Nurses round the clock & close monitoring of the patients
  • 24/7 caregiver & no attendees required
  • Radiology, Physiotherapy, Respiratory Physiology with the coordination of Consultant neurologist
  • High Dependency/Intensive Therapy Unit.
  • Critical care management team available at any time.
  • Lab & Pharmacy Services
  • Physiotherapy services
  • Speech & Language Therapy
  • Dieticians

At Arogin Care Home, our experienced expert, and the friendly team welcomes each patient with a personalized care package including Daily Consultant visits, Blood Tests, Physiotherapy, and a 24/7 Nursing Care Service. You’ve gone through tough times. Let us take the heavy lifting from here.

  • close monitoring
  • 24/7 nursing care
  • rehabilitative care
  • highest quality care psychologically
  • friendly care givers
  • patient specific care plan


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faq, frequently asked questions


Sudden onset of weakness or numbness on one side of the body, Sudden speech difficulty or confusion, Sudden difficulty seeing in one or both eyes, Sudden onset of dizziness, trouble walking, or loss of balance, and Sudden, severe headache with no known cause are some of the warning signs of stroke.

The short answer is Yes, Stroke can be cured. It occurs in two stages. First, doctors deliver treatment to help the brain's blood flow return to normal. After that, the patient goes through rehabilitation at a Nursing care home to get rid of the side effects.

Stroke patients must avoid foods high in saturated fat such as biscuits, cakes, pastries, pies, processed meats, commercial burgers, pizza, fried foods, potato chips, crisps, and other savory snacks. Besides that, They must also avoid foods that contain saturated fats such as butter, cream, cooking margarine, coconut oil, and palm oil.

Wrist Curls, Wrist and Hand Stretch, Shoulder Openers, Table Towel Slide, Trunk Bends, Knee Rotations, Hip Abduction, Standing Knee Raises, and so on are some commonly prescribed exercises for stroke recovery at home.

The purpose of stroke rehabilitation is to assist you in relearning skills that you may have lost as a result of a stroke that impacted a part of your brain. Rehabilitation after a stroke can help you regain your independence and enhance your quality of life. Stroke consequences vary in severity, as does each person's ability to recover.