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Parkinson’s Live-In Care at home

HEALTH CONDITIONS WITH LIVE-IN HOME CARE

With a developing long-term condition like Parkinson’s, it can be a comfort to know that you have someone living with you to help support you at home.

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Caring for a person with Parkinson’s disease

The symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, such as tremors and muscle stiffness, happen intermittently in the early stages of the disease. As a result, people often ignore the signs and learn to cope either by themselves or with a little help from friends and family. However, as the disease progresses and a diagnosis is reached, a variety of other symptoms can develop which can become overwhelming. Our live-in Care Workers have experience in supporting with daily tasks and personal care as such symptoms develop, extending the time that you or your family member can stay at home in comfortable, familiar surroundings. It’s important that you feel in control of your treatment and as many aspects of your life as possible. Our person-centered care plans combine specialist medical needs and general support needs for a truly bespoke solution. The plan is reviewed on a monthly basis during a home visit by a Promedica24 Care Manager, where a collaborative approach is taken to ensure you feel included in the decision-making process. 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 Parkinson’s 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
  • Regular review of care
  • Liaising with medical and healthcare professionals
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Five things you should know about Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s is regularly featured in the national media. We hear frightening statistics and, often, the focus is on the negative impact of the disease both for sufferers and their families. It can all seem quite scary and, in all honesty, a little bleak. Download our free guide to understand more about Parkinson’s disease.

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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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