Parkinson’s

People living with Parkinson’s disease have unique needs and challenges. We understand and specialize in making life with Parkinson’s easier. Our Caregivers have experience caring for individuals living with Parkinson’s disease. They understand the physical, social and emotional struggles that must be confronted each and every day from: Motion and motor impairment (tremors, akinesia [slow movement], muscle rigidity, erratic and freezing gate), Speech impairment, Swallowing difficulties, Changes in sensation, Incontinence or constipation, Parkinson’s related dementia and paranoia.

If your loved one is living with Parkinson’s, let us provide a caregiver to assist with daily activities and ease the physical burden on spouses and family. An in-home care aide helps you maximize your independence while you continue to live in the comfort and familiar environment of home. When choosing between in-home care and a nursing home facility, the right choice is the one that lets you do the activities you enjoy and be with the people you love. Home care is an affordable support service that preserves your independence and enables you to stay connected to what matters most.

In-home Caregivers are able to provide care and assistance through all the stages of Parkinson’s:

  • Fall and Injury Prevention
  • Exercise Assistance
  • Assistance with Speech
  • Companionship
  • Calming Stress and Anxieties
  • Transportation
  • Housekeeping
  • Maintain Home Safety
  • Meal Preparation & Nutrition
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