Live-In Care for Early Onset Parkinson's disease
Are you suffering from Parkinson's disease? Perhaps you are a senior living alone in an assisted living facility or a parent whose family depends on your employment. Whatever the case, you can take control of your condition and slow the progression of your Parkinson's diagnosis with skilled Caregivers & Home Health Aides from A-1 Home Care.
A-1 Home Care has been dedicated to providing reliable In Home Parkinson Senior Care since 1991. We work side by side with you to delineate an effective home care plan for your health and wellbeing. A typical Parkinson's caregiving plan can include:
Healthy meal preparation: A Home Helper from A-1 Home Care can prepare homemade low fat, high fiber meals for medication effectiveness and a healthy body.
Physical Therapy: Our home health care aides can help you with movement and stretching.
Massage: For comfort and improved circulation, a caring Caregiver is readily available.
Light Exercise: Our Caregivers or Nurse Aides can accompany or transport you to exercise programs for improved mobility and muscle tone.
Medication Reminders: Our home care professionals will make sure you don't miss a dose.
Vitamin Therapy: With your doctor's approval, intake of vitamin coenzyme Q10 is recommended. A Senior Companion is always at your side to remind you of your medications.
Coping and Support: We know that low mood and depression can accompany Parkinson's diagnosis. Our Elder Care Givers will always be a shoulder to lean on and will socialize with you to keep you mentally active.
We are a local Home Health Care Agency, serving the cities of Sierra Madre, Pasadena, Altadena, Arcadia, San Gabriel, Glendale, Glendora, La Canada Flintridge, Los Angeles and Orange County. We are Shield Certified and proud sponsors of City of Hope, Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Union Rescue Mission, The Heritage Club and Lighthouse Ministries.
Call 626-287-0250 to inquire about care for Parkinson's.
Caregiving for Side Effects of Parkinson's
So you have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Terminal illness is many things, but it is never what you expect. You are trying to battle your condition but are overwhelmed by depression, sensitivity about loss of facial control, experiencing nausea and simply in need of help. A-1 Home Care has been in business since 1991, with a strong team of Certified Nurse Assistants and Home Caregivers experienced with Parkinson's care. Our Home Care Assistants are trained in methods meant to increase the comfort and dignity of seniors with Parkinson's diagnoses.
A-1 Home Care can make your life easier through the help of a personal assistant. They can lay your clothes nearby or help you with grooming and hygiene, apply techniques such as elevating your head to relieve nausea, remind you to take your medication, practice facial exercises with you, engage in joyful companionship and support as someone who knows what you're going through.
Our Home Care Agency strives to serve you with respect for your dignity and confidentiality. We practice the highest level of business ethics, with thousands of testimonials from pleased clients. We match our care workers selectively, factoring personality, location, specific experience and availability. Compatibility is guaranteed.
Call 626-287-0250 to arrange a live in caregiver.
Notable People with Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson disease affects people of every culture and creed, including many famous names. This is a little known fact, except in the case of Michael J. Fox, who has chosen to publicize his illness to bring awareness to the disease. It exemplifies that one's legacy rests in the life lived, not of the body within which it rests. The list includes Pope John Paul II, first female attorney general Janet Reno, boxer Muhammad Ali, actor Michael J. Fox and Star Trek actor Jim Backus.
A-1 Home Care can help you present your best face to the world despite your Parkinson Disease. We can arrange face-to-face interviews with suitable caregivers with Parkinson's Care experience. We are able to arrange for same day or next day service.
Call 626-287-0250 for Parkinson's home care giving.