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Caring for a stroke survivor

Caring for a stroke survivor

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A stroke happens when blood is not able to reach part of your brain. It can be because of a blockage in a blood vessel or bleeding in your brain. Strokes are sudden and can leave someone with reduced movement, difficulty speaking, confusion, incontinence and changes in their personality and emotions. Some people will recover from these effects, but others will need ongoing care

A stroke happens when blood is not able to reach part of your brain. It can be because of a blockage...

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