Information about long-term care options in the United States can be found by contacting the local Area Agency on Aging or elder referral agencies such as Silver Living or A Place for Mom. Furthermore, the U.S. government recommends evaluation of health care facilities through websites using data collected from sources such as Medicare records.
Medications delivered directly to the brain. Doctors may insert a long, thin tube (catheter) through an artery in your groin and thread it to your brain to deliver tPA directly into the area where the stroke is occurring. This is called intra-arterial thrombolysis. The time window for this treatment is somewhat longer than for intravenous tPA, but is still limited.
The quality of our care is a reflection of our Attendant Caregivers. We closely evaluate and carefully select individuals who must successfully complete a criminal background check and multiple reference checks.
They are highly qualified individuals who are insured and who are provided with specialized training using the highly regarded American Red Cross Family Caregiving Program. The strength of the American Red Cross training program lies not only in their expert content, but also in the way this content is delivered.