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Motor Neurone Disease Live-In Home Care

HEALTH CONDITIONS WITH MND LIVE-IN HOME CARE

Our motor neurone disease care workers can offer support in your home for as long as you need. As the condition worsens, we will offer the appropriate MND live in home care to ensure you can carry on with your life and retain as much independence as possible. The support we offer with motor neurone disease home care could be for everyday tasks, as well are more personal support needs. We have a team of motor neurone live in care workers who can help create the very platform needed to enjoy life with some much needed dignity.

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Supporting Someone with Motor Neurone Disease Care

There can be a distinct variation in the symptoms associated with motor neurone disease, especially during the early stages. After the disease progresses, muscle wastage can become pronounced and daily activities can become far more difficult to manage. Our motor neurone disease home care workers are therefore trained to offer support in conjunction with multi-disciplinary medical assistance. This means the MND live in home care we supply can help loved ones stay at home and within familiar surroundings for a much longer period of time. It’s important that a client feels in control when receiving motor neurone live-in care since they are likely to have far less command over their body. To ensure people can carry on with as many aspects of their life as possible, our care plan will be tailored to each individual case. The motor neurone disease care being supplied will then be reviewed on a monthly basis by one of our care managers. A client may include advance directives within the plan upon these discussions with the care manager, care worker and those with the power of attorney, to agree future MND live-in home care plans. Whether you use Promedica24 for respite motor neurone disease care or even long-term support, we’ll always take the same professional approach. The biggest concern for our motor neurone live-in care workers is to prolong people’s lives in the best possible way within 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

Current data would suggest there’s around 10 million people across the United Kingdom who are over 65 years old. Being able to offer essential support for the older generation is a major talking point for the council, but people still have difficulty in expressing their concerns. You can take a look at the sort of care that can be offered to family members by simply downloading our free brochure below.

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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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