At Loving Home Care Services, we aim to ease the process of dealing with Parkinson’s by providing a Spectrum of Home Care Services. Our Home Care Assistants and Care-Aides are specially trained to develop a plan of care for those with Parkinson’s, including assistance with daily activities like bathing and dressing, companionship services, nursing support or relief from household chores. We work with our clients to develop a plan that allows one to continue living comfortably.
It is about feeling safe and comfortable with a trusted home care provider coming into your home and assisting you with the most cherished Parkinson’s care services. Our Care Director and Case Manager will work with you and your family to create a customized care plan that is specifically designed to meet your individual needs with a perfectly matched caregiver, ensuring continuity of care.
Don’t let yourself or a loved one go by another day without professional help. We are on stand-by and committed to providing trusted and industry-recognized Parkinson’s Care Services today. Our Parkinson’s Care Plan’s are carefully prepared with a thorough and personable, complimentary assessment.
Parkinson’s Home Care Services
Our role at Loving Home Care Services is to develop a specialized plan for our clients while incorporating therapy, medication management and assistance with daily tasks like cooking, bathing or dressing.
Our Parkinson’s Care Services Include, But Are Not Limited To:
- Home Support: Each setting and situation is different, so we take great pride in providing comprehensive and customized home support care plans suited to any lifestyle and individual. Our clients are taken care of just as their homes are well taken care of; ensuring a clean, fresh, comfortable and most importantly, safe home environment.
- Personal Care: Personal Care Assistants and Personal Certified Care-Aides allow our clients to feel safe and comfortable in their home setting where we strive to be caring and trustworthy friends, becoming part of the family. Ageing can be an uncertain process and we want to help make the transition as comfortable as possible while we give our clients the personal care services they need so they may continue to thrive in their lives and to help them reach their personal life goals.
- Companion Care: Our elderly companion services allow our clients to maintain independence, live an elevated quality of life in the comforts of their home. Companionship and on-going social interaction are crucial to staying healthy mentally, spiritually, and physically.
- Nursing Support Care: Our Certified Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses can ensure you or your loved ones receive proper care at home, providing medication administration or other medical services as prescribed.
Our Care Director and Case Manager will work with you and your family to create a customized care plan that is specifically designed to meet your individual needs with a perfectly matched caregiver, ensuring continuity of care.
It’s tough to leave the care of a loved one in the hands of another so to have such caring, trusting people who care so much is so comforting and alleviates much of the stress that comes along with having to rely on other people. The caregivers became an extension of our family and treated us as one of theirs.
What Is Parkinson’s?
Parkinson’s is a disorder of the brain that can greatly affect movement, resulting in shakiness and difficulty walking, moving, speaking or swallowing. The condition is caused by a lack of dopamine in the brain, a chemical that is used to help control muscle movement throughout the body. Without dopamine, the brain can’t send proper signals to muscles in the rest of the body.
Parkinson’s progresses slowly in most people, often taking years to develop. It can affect one or both sides of the body, and the speed that it progresses varies from person to person. Early symptoms typically include a mild tremor or slight feeling of stiffness. Later symptoms include greater issues with movement and some non-motor symptoms, including cognitive changes, sleep and mood disorders or other issues.
Parkinson’s currently has no cure, so treatment for the condition mainly consists of managing the symptoms and maintaining quality of life. Treatment can involve medications that increase levels of dopamine, good overall nutrition and health, physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy. Home modifications like railings or special eating utensils can also help individuals manage symptoms.
Trusted Parkinson’s In Home Care Services
Don’t let another day go by worrying that yourself or a family member might be without help and is not getting the Parkinson’s care and attention they need and deserve. Our agency carries the expertise and knowledge to be able to provide any level of Parkison’s care services for our client’s and we are committed to providing top-calibre quality care.
Take a closer look at our Level I, III and III Care Services for more.
We work extremely diligently with clients and families to put together the right care package of services required to assist individuals where they need it the most. We will work with you step-by-step, answering any questions or concerns you may have. We won't stop working for you until you are fully satisfied with our services.