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Motor Neurone Disease Live-In Home Care

HEALTH CONDITIONS WITH LIVE-IN HOME CARE

Motor Neurone Disease is commonly referred to as MND. Our live-in Care Workers support you to stay in your home for as long as possible as the condition progresses. From help with everyday tasks to more involved personal care needs, our live-in Care Workers help to maintain dignity and independence and allow you to enjoy life to the fullest.

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Caring for a person with Motor Neurone Disease

As the symptoms of Motor Neurone Disease can be varied and mild in the early stages, people can adapt to cope or family can support them. As the disease progresses, muscle wastage can become pronounced and daily activities can become difficult to manage. Our live-in Care Workers are trained to offer MND support in conjunction with the multi-disciplinary medical care available, extending the time that your loved one can stay at home in comfortable, familiar surroundings. It’s important that a client feels in control of their treatment and as many aspects of their life as possible, as they find they have less and less control over their body. Our care plan is tailored to each individual case and reviewed on a monthly basis by a visiting Promedica24 Care Manager. A client may include advance directives within the plan upon discussion with the Care Manager, Care Worker and those with Power of Attorney, to agree future MND care plans. Whether you use Promedica24 for respite care or for long-term Live-In Home Care, we’ll take the same professional approach to assessing a client’s care needs to live as fulfilling a life as possible in the comfort of their own home.

What is Motor Neurone Disease Live-In Home Care?

  • Support with personal care
  • Support to continue daily life
  • Preserving dignity and independence
  • Accompanying clients to appointments
  • Keeping family updated as the condition progresses
  • Ensuring medication is taken on time
  • Completing routine household tasks
  • Regular review of care
  • Liaising with medical and healthcare professionals
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Needing Care

There are currently 10 million people in the UK that are over 65 years old. Care for older people is one of the council’s hot topics but despite this, we still find it hard to talk about. Download our free guide and learn how to broach the subject of care with your family members.

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My family can’t thank Promedica24 enough for the professional care and support they gave us

My family can’t thank Promedica24 enough for the professional care and support they gave us while caring for mum for the last 11 months. All the Care Workers we had in this time cared for mum extremely well with dignity, they became one of the family.

Elizabeth H (Daughter of client)

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