PARKINSON’S DISEASE CARE

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that progresses slowly in most people. PD targets and affects the central nervous system and impacts more than 1.5 million people in the United States. Due to the nature of PD, the symptoms typically get worse over time. Most physicians focus on treatments that help control the symptoms of PD that enable you to manage your PD and enhance your quality of life.

Parkinson’s disease can cause several different symptoms. The specific symptoms that an individual may experience vary from person to person and case to case. Some of the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are:

 

  • Tremor of the hands, arms, legs, jaw and face
  • Rigidity or stiffness of the limbs and trunk
  • Slowness of movement
  • Postural instability or impaired balance and coordination
  • In some cases Parkinsonian type Dementia

Care To Stay Home helps to make life at home easier for your loved one living with Parkinson’s disease. As your loved one loses the ability to control their movements, their ability to perform certain tasks becomes more difficult. Our professionally trained Caregivers are there to assist and extend the quality of life, even as symptoms progress. We continually monitor and oversee the management of our Caregiving staff to ensure a safe and comfortable home environment. As the needs of our clients change and progress, we adapt our services to meet the needs of our clients.

 

Talk with our Care Managers or schedule your free in-home assessment.

Our Care Managers can meet with you to discuss your specific care needs and perform consultations at home or in a hospital or facility setting. We are also able to coordinate that care with the medical professionals overseeing treatment, such as the doctor’s office, home health team, therapists and other medical teams as needed. We strive to coordinate our care with the medical professionals attending to your loved ones medical needs.

We have Caregivers who are familiar with Parkinson’s disease. They can assist with:
  • Personal Care: Bathing, dressing , personal hygiene & grooming, etc.
  • Mobility Assistance: transfer assistance, ambulating/walking supervision and assistance
  • Physical Exercise: Supervise exercise routines, range of motion, etc.

If you are a caregiver and believe you are loving, caring and among the best – please join us.