A stroke is a type of brain injury that occurs when the blood supply to any part of the brain is interrupted and results in tissue death and subsequent loss of brain function. Every individual stroke is different and people who have strokes are affected in different ways.
Many adult social care service users are living with the after-effects of a stroke. Some may require domiciliary care to enable them to cope while remaining in their own homes. Some may require residential care. Others may suffer a stroke while receiving care.
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