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What's Included In Parkinson's Home Care?

EIGHT ESSENTIAL TYPES OF CARE

Living with Parkinson’s disease or supporting someone with the disease can impact significantly on people’s lives, which is why it's crucial to find the right support which makes daily living that much simpler. Being restricted in terms of movement and experiencing psychological symptoms are all too common, which is why we are always on hand to deliver live-in care that ensures people can live fulfilling lives.

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Our Essential Care Services For Parkinson's Home Care

Having the right support in place can make a real difference when problems become more prevalent as the years pass by. Promedica24 are always here to deliver the right support whenever it's required, which is why we have put together a program of supportive measures that aims to support anyone living with Parkinson’s in the best possible way. Support With Personal Care Our live-in care will make sure anyone living with Parkinson’s disease can live their lives without worrying how the condition may affect their ability to get through each day. We can tailor our support so that certain areas of assistance is emphasised more than others in order to give people more independence whilst also aiding when particular symptoms start to present during each day. Support To Continue Daily Life We want people to have the ability to manage each day in the best way possible, which is why we will incorporate supportive strategies which blend with tasks individuals are still able to do themselves. It may be simple things like help with shopping or preparing dinner, in which case we will look at how we offer the support as and when it's only really needed. Preserving Dignity & Independence Our team will work alongside people so they can feel comfortable and able to live their lives to the fullest extent. Accompanying Clients To Appointments Many people living with Parkinson’s disease may need to attend regular appointments. We endeavour to supply the right support so people can to attend important meetings with their doctors and other healthcare professionals. Keeping Family Updated Since Parkinson’s disease progresses over time, we can help ensure any close family members are updated as required to offer peace of mind. Ensure Medication Is Taken On Time We would ensure people are taking the right medication at the required times. Time critical medication is something we understand is crucial for effectively managing the condition. We would ensure this is done in a way which promotes and respects the independence of a person living with Parkinson’s disease. Regular Review Of Care As and when care needs change , we will make sure reviews are undertaken so the support being offered is appropriate. If something needs to be added or changed then we will make sure this is agreed and before including in the care plan. Liaising With Medical & Healthcare Professionals Regular contact is also made with the relevant medical and healthcare professionals so people are getting the right medication and professional advice. Find out more about our Parkinson's Live-In Home Care services.

What's included in Parkinson's care?

  • Support With Personal Care
  • Support To Continue Daily Life
  • Preserving Dignity & Independence
  • Accompanying To Appointments
  • Keeping Family Updated
  • Ensuring Medication Is Taken On Time
  • Regular Review Of Care
  • Liaising With Medical & Healthcare Professionals
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How to Talk About Needing Care

Deciding what sort of care is best for our loved ones can be quite difficult, and often beset with a lot of anxiety on our part. Broaching the subject of care with your family can be challenging but we've put together a guide on how to make that easier. Download our guide for How to Talk to Mum and Dad About Needing Care below.

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The Importance of Parkinson's Awareness Month

Throughout the month of April, people who are affected by Parkinson’s are being encouraged to connect with others who may need advice or additional support.

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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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