Parkinson’s disease is a neurological condition that gradually worsens over time. It can affect many aspects of daily life like movement and cognitive abilities.

Depending on the severity of the disease, many sufferers may require temporary or long-term care to help them live comfortably.

At My Care My Home, we understand how difficult it can be to find the right care. Which is why we have made it our mission to source and provide appropriate aid regardless of the situation.

If you’re looking to find care for someone suffering from Parkinson’s disease, keep reading and learn more about how My Care My Home can help.

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What is Parkinson’s Disease Care?

In short, Parkinson’s disease care is a specialised variation of condition-led care that is optimised for patient’s suffering from the multitude of side-effects caused by Parkinson’s. These can range from requiring help with movement around the home, to providing some much-needed companionship throughout the day.

As the condition’s impact fluctuates, the level of care will adjust accordingly. This allows a good quality of life to be retained with specific needs adhered to.

Here are some aspects that are covered with Parkinson’s disease care:

•  Administering medication

• Cooking food and planning meals

• Cleaning and tidying

• Personal Care Encouraging mobility

• Physiotherapy

• Going out into the community. For example; for a pub lunch or to the cinema

Who is Parkinson’s Disease Care For?

As its name suggests, Parkinson’s Disease Care is primarily intended to be used for patients who have received a recent or late diagnosis of Parkinson’s.

While there is no known cure for the disease, its symptoms can be managed and sustained in order to provide patients with a much better outlook on life.

 

End-of-Life Care

Those who are approaching the final years of their lives may mostly benefit from palliative care for Parkinson’s disease.

“Since you started caring for my mum you have shown compassion, concern, kindness and professionalism and I say that for all your carers.”

- Sian Green

How My Care My Home Can Help

Our skilled and knowledgeable team of care advisors can assist you in obtaining the Parkinson’s disease care you require.

Due to the complex nature of Parkinson’s, we work very closely with trained Parkinson’s carers across England and Wales who have amassed years of experience in providing care and support to families all over the nation.

We provide our services directly in both South Wales and Wigan, whereas the rest of England and Wales is covered by our trusted network of carers.

Regardless of where you live, the level of service you receive is always formulated around your specific wants and needs. We also work closely with other voluntary organisations that can also offer additional assistance.

The Parkinson’s Care Process

When you choose My Care My Home, you are choosing a care provider with over 10 years of experience in the sector.

1. Meeting You

The first step is to contact us. We are reachable via phone, email or chat on our website. Regardless of which one you choose; we would love to hear from you and talk through the problems you are facing.

2. Assessment

The next step for us would be to arrange a quick assessment of your current circumstances. In which, we will contact you and set a time that works best to sit down with us and go through your struggles in greater detail.

3. Service Enrolment

Once we have all the information we need, we start to arrange the various services that we think will benefit you most. If anything doesn’t work or feels wrong, we’ll do our best to make the necessary adjustments.

Talk To Us

Not only are we highly dedicated to our clients, we take great pride in our work and fully believe that everyone has a right to effective care.

Email us 0800 731 8470

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