Home care providers from Visiting Angels Jonesboro provide individualized Parkinson's care solutions, designed to help senior loved ones in Jonesboro and surrounding communities to properly manage their symptoms and continue living independently at home.
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system associated with tremors and impaired movement. While symptoms of Parkinson’s are usually mild during the onset and the early stages, as the condition progresses, movement becomes so severely affected that those with the illness often require high levels of care as they are incapacitated to perform even basic, everyday tasks without difficulty.
If you act as a family caregiver for a senior loved one diagnosed with this disorder, you might want to consider working with experts from Visiting Angels Jonesboro.
With the help of our dedicated caregivers, your loved one can lead as happy and fulfilling a lifestyle as possible, managing their medical condition to the best of their abilities. We will create a personalized care plan based on your loved one’s symptoms and stage of progression and match your family with a professional memory care provider whose skills, qualifications, and personality make them an ideal fit for your parent.
The symptoms of Parkinson’s can be very subtle, almost unnoticeable at first, but as the condition advances, the patient’s mobility is gradually affected. Some of the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include:
To make matters worse, those in the advanced stages of Parkinson’s are at a high risk of developing dementia too.
As Parkinson’s is known for impairing mobility and balance, your mom or dad will be at an increased risk of falling or injuring themselves. In addition, many simple daily tasks will become fairly difficult, if not impossible, to perform. For this reason, your loved one will need additional assistance from trained home care providers from Visiting Angels Jonesboro in order to remain safely at home.
At Visiting Angels Jonesboro, our caregivers are extensively trained to cater to those with conditions such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, as well as for those with other memory care needs. We can perform light homemaking tasks, assist with mobility and personal hygiene, including toileting and incontinence, prepare healthy meals and assist with feeding, provide transferring and positioning and support physician-recommended routines and regimens to ensure your parent receives the level of care they need. We can also offer incidental transportation to therapies and doctor’s appointments.
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