With the right care, seniors with Parkinson’s disease can lead fulfilled, productive lives.
Parkinson’s is a degenerative disease that can impact a senior’s independence and quality of life. But that does not mean a senior has to move into assisted living or a nursing facility, there is an alternative.
An in-home caregiver can help with Activities of Daily Living as well as providing encouragement, and companionship. With just a little help seniors regain independence and feel they can cope with Parkinson’s. Caregivers restore hope. Most important home care means your loved one gets to stay in comfortable, familiar surroundings.
Over time seniors will need more care as the disease progresses. It is important to be aware of this aspect of Parkinson’s. A trained caregiver will help the senior and family understand this and offer comfort plus emotional support during moments of depression or anxiety.
Concierge Care can introduce you to caregivers who offer Parkinson’s care. Talk to a Care Coordinator who will answer all your questions and schedule time for a Senior Care Advisor to visit you at home.