Although well-meaning family members often volunteer to care for an aging relative who has Parkinson’s, due to the progressive nature of the disease, they eventually find balancing a loved one’s care needs with their own responsibilities becomes too much. If it’s time to seek outside help, turn to Home Care Assistance of Orlando. Our highly trained Parkinson’s caregivers offer one-on-one care and can prepare nutritious meals, help with physical therapy exercises, maintain basic housework, and offer medication reminders. With help from a trusted Parkinson’s care provider, family members are able to give up the caregiver role and focus on being a loving and support relative.
Although Parkinson’s is often accompanied by physical symptoms like tremors, rigid muscles, slow movement, and affected balance, there are also a number of non-motor symptoms your loved one might experience. Our experienced Parkinson’s caregivers help ease non-motor symptoms through:
At Home Care Assistance of Orlando, FL, we understand caring for an elderly loved one with Parkinson’s requires a strong support team. Our exceptional Parkinson’s caregivers work closely with a senior’s family members, neurologist, physician, and therapist to ensure a comprehensive care plan is tailored specifically to your loved one’s unique needs. With a Care Management team behind your loved one, you can rest assured knowing comprehensive and high-quality care is provided to enhance his or her quality of life.
Deciding to get help for a senior loved one with Parkinson’s is a big step, and we want to make it as easy as possible for you. We offer complimentary in-home consultations with a dedicated Care Manager and encourage you and your loved one to ask questions and get to know us better. Unlike other care providers, we’ll never ask you to sign a long-term contract or require a deposit up front. To schedule your free consultation, call (407) 604-0506 and speak with a friendly Care Manager today.