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Is an Assisted Living Facility serving the Mental Health Community for the last 15 years. We specialize in Residents with Mental Disorders and Adults with Special Needs. All our Residents are referred to us by the Mental Health Communities from Texas and throughout the US because of our excellent reputation. Our Clients ages range from 18 to 85. Intergenerational Therapy, our Young Clients keeps our Senior Clients young at heart and gives them emotional and mental stimulation. Our Young Clients learns compassion, respect for the elderly and life skills from our Senior Clients
Door: The fourth step in the chain of survival is ‘door’, which refers to the arrival of the patient at the emergency room (ED). Ideally, the stroke team should be in place at the receiving facility prior to the patient’s arrival to ensure prompt assessment and diagnosis. According to recommendations from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, an assessment should be completed by an ER physician within ten minutes of arriving in the ED.
Nurse Next Door’s around-the-clock care gives you on-going companionship and support every day and every evening. Whether it’s 3 in the afternoon, or 3 in the middle of the night, our comprehensive health services program will support you with compassionate and attentive assistance any time you need it. From providing medication in the evening, to assisting you with getting dressed in the morning, we will ensure you have around-the-clock home care for situations that may require close monitoring. Rest easy knowing you will always have someone by your side to attend to your needs if and when necessary.
Mayo Clinic provides easy access to its stroke rehabilitation services by working with numerous insurance companies, and in most cases, doesn’t require a referral from a physician. Once you’ve made an appointment, your loved one will be evaluated by doctors with extensive training in neurology, emergency medicine, rehabilitation, and other specialties. Doctors from the Mayo Clinic treat approximately 15,000 people who have suffered from stroke or similar conditions each year, so you can count on their expertise. For diagnostic purposes, Mayo Clinic uses advanced technology and imaging tests. One special type of diagnosis used at this facility is stroke telemedicine, or telestroke. Used only by doctors with advanced training and involving video cameras, the Internet, and advanced robotic equipment, telestroke is used to evaluate patients who have suffered from acute strokes.
Team approach. Mayo Clinic doctors trained in blood vessel and brain conditions (cerebrovascular neurologists), blood vessel conditions and imaging (endovascular surgical neuroradiologists), blood vessel conditions and brain surgery (vascular neurosurgeons), physical medicine and rehabilitation (physiatrists), emergency medicine and other areas work together to promptly diagnose and treat people who have had strokes, and to prevent strokes in people who are at risk of strokes.

“If a patient does experience the symptoms of a stroke, it is vital to receive appropriate clinical assessment and scanning in hospital early to confirm it is a blockage of a blood vessel. Patients are then referred to our interventional lab in Beaumont Hospital, the main route to thrombectomy. We will do an endovascular procedure, puncturing the artery and groin to pass a tube in the blood vessels up to the neck and head. Through the tube, we place a stent retriever, which pulls the blood clot out, restoring blood flow to the brain tissue.
“Beaumont participated in a trial called ESCAPE to show the benefit of the procedure for acute stroke victims. After the treatment 53 per cent of patients had a fully independent life with no disability. Of those who received best medical management without thrombectomy, only 29 per cent achieved an independent life afterwards. Also the risk of dying from the stroke was halved. This is a dramatic change in outcome and for the individual patients, a truly life transforming procedure.
Your doctor will check your blood pressure and use a stethoscope to listen to your heart and to listen for a whooshing sound (bruit) over your neck (carotid) arteries, which may indicate atherosclerosis. Your doctor may also use an ophthalmoscope to check for signs of tiny cholesterol crystals or clots in the blood vessels at the back of your eyes.
SeniorCare Inc. was founded in 1972, and has evolved into a multi-faceted non-profit organization that now provides consumers with a one stop portal for elder and disability services and information.  We provide assistance through many avenues: Meals on Wheels, the Massachusetts Home Care program, and other supportive services.  We also have evidence-based wellness programs and volunteer services.
Fast recognition and treatment can not only make the difference between life and death, but it can also decrease long-term disabilities. To develop a streamlined response to potential stroke patients, the American Heart Association developed the Stroke Chain of Survival. The chain involves eight links or steps to be taken by patients, family members, prehospital and emergency room personnel in caring for stroke patients.
A local example of the life-saving stroke care making a difference was a man who came to Marshall North ER in June with weakness and impaired speech. Tests showed the patient to be a candidate for teleneurology and possible tPA – a clot busting medication. Through the teleneurology system – which links rural hospitals with a neurologist at Huntsville Hospital using a computer monitor – the medical team determined tPA should be administered. The patient received the drug and, after close monitoring, was transferred to Huntsville Hospital.
This inspection took place on 17 September 2018 and was carried out by one inspector. The provider was given 48 hours’ notice of the inspection visit because it is a small domiciliary care agency and we needed to be sure that they would be in the office. We also needed them to get people’s consent for us to visit them at home or telephone them as part of the inspection.
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