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Home Care Options for Seniors with Parkinson's Disease in McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Prosper and Throughout Collin County, TX
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Serving McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Prosper and Other Communities in Collin County, TX

Visiting Angels MCKINNEY, TX
4500 Eldorado Pkwy #1500
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: 214-833-0371
Fax: 469-519-7897
021334

Symptoms of Parkinson’s

Although the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are very subtle in the beginning, they get worse over time. As the disease progresses, your parent’s mobility and mental functioning will be affected.

Eventually, your loved one will experience:

  • Frequent, recurring tremors
  • Decline in mobility
  • Balance issues
  • Depression
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Lack of comprehension

Some seniors with advanced Parkinson’s develop dementia, which leads to frightening hallucinations.

Home Care Options for Seniors with Parkinson's Disease in McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Prosper and Throughout Collin County, TX

Visiting Angels McKinney offers various home care options to seniors with Parkinson’s in Collin County, including McKinney, Allen, Prosper, Frisco and surrounding areas

Parkinson’s disease is a disorder that affects movement and since there is no cure, it gradually progresses until even the simplest daily tasks become a challenge.  Although living with Parkinson’s is not easy, thanks to available in-home Parkinson’s care options, many seniors are able to continue living healthy, productive lives. If your loved one suffers from this disease, they will need high levels of care, provided by either a family caregiver or a professional caregiver.

At Visiting Angels McKinney, we provide personalized, one-on-one home care options designed to help aging adults in McKinney, Allen, Prosper, Frisco and surrounding Texas communities continue living independently at home, regardless of their condition. If your parent is diagnosed with Parkinson’s, our caregivers can tend to their specific needs in different stages of their condition. By working with us, you will give your parent the opportunity to live safely at home as they age.

Symptoms of Parkinson’s

Although the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are very subtle in the beginning, they get worse over time. As the disease progresses, your parent’s mobility and mental functioning will be affected.

Eventually, your loved one will experience:

  • Frequent, recurring tremors
  • Decline in mobility
  • Balance issues
  • Depression
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Lack of comprehension

Some seniors with advanced Parkinson’s develop dementia, which leads to frightening hallucinations.

As your loved one’s disease progresses, even the tasks they’ve performed over a thousand times will become a challenge. Since Parkinson’s affects mobility and balance, your loved one will be at risk of falling as well. However, with in-home senior care services from Visiting Angels McKinney, your loved one will be able to continue living safely in the comfort of their home, despite their condition.

How Can In-Home Parkinson's Care from Visiting Angels McKinney Help My Loved One?


Our caregivers are trained to provide care for seniors with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other cognitive-related illnesses, so rest assured that your parent will be in capable hands.

Our home care options for seniors living with Parkinson's include assistance with:

At Visiting Angels McKinney, we understand that seniors with Parkinson’s have evolving needs, which is why we offer flexible care plans that can be adjusted and upgraded at any time. This way the level of care your loved one needs will be the level of care they get.

If you are interested in knowing more about our home care options and how we help seniors manage symptoms of Parkinson's disease, please don’t hesitate to contact our McKinney, TX office today!

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Serving McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Prosper and Other Communities in Collin County, TX

Visiting Angels MCKINNEY, TX
4500 Eldorado Pkwy #1500
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: 214-833-0371
Fax: 469-519-7897
021334

Symptoms of Parkinson’s

Although the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are very subtle in the beginning, they get worse over time. As the disease progresses, your parent’s mobility and mental functioning will be affected.

Eventually, your loved one will experience:

  • Frequent, recurring tremors
  • Decline in mobility
  • Balance issues
  • Depression
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Lack of comprehension

Some seniors with advanced Parkinson’s develop dementia, which leads to frightening hallucinations.

CDC Updates
Get the latest information on COVID-19 from the Department of Health

Serving McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Prosper and Other Communities in Collin County, TX

Visiting Angels MCKINNEY, TX
4500 Eldorado Pkwy #1500
McKinney, TX 75070
Phone: 214-833-0371
Fax: 469-519-7897
021334

Symptoms of Parkinson’s

Although the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are very subtle in the beginning, they get worse over time. As the disease progresses, your parent’s mobility and mental functioning will be affected.

Eventually, your loved one will experience:

  • Frequent, recurring tremors
  • Decline in mobility
  • Balance issues
  • Depression
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Lack of comprehension

Some seniors with advanced Parkinson’s develop dementia, which leads to frightening hallucinations.