Senior Care for Adults with Parkinson’s in Lincoln, NE – Holistic Support and Care
Individuals with Parkinson’s have lost the ability to control their movements, making even the simplest tasks difficult to perform. Symptoms often include trembling, stiffness in limbs, slow movement, postural instability and impaired balance. In advanced stages of Parkinson’s, patients may also show signs of depression. At Home Care Assistance, we understand the struggles Parkinson’s patients encounter and offer specialty senior care for adults with Parkinson’s. Our caregivers are expertly trained in caring for seniors with Parkinson’s and offer assistance with daily activities and personal care, as well as companionship and emotional support.
Customized Hourly or Live-in Home Care Plans for Parkinson’s Patients
Home Care Assistance offers a variety of services on a schedule that is most appropriate for your needs. We provide dedicated caregivers on an hourly or twenty-four hour basis to assist Parkinson’s patients with:
- Nutritious meal preparation and grocery shopping
- Bathing, dressing and grooming
- Transportation for errands and appointments
- Mobility and movement
- Therapy and physical exercises
- Medication reminders
Expert Parkinson’s Care Provided by Highly Trained Caregivers
All Home Care Assistance caregivers undergo a rigorous screening process to ensure we hire only the most compassionate and qualified caregivers. We provide training in disease care, including Parkinson’s, so that each caregiver has experience in caring for elderly adults and we also check references and criminal backgrounds to make sure every caregiver is trustworthy and professional.
Create a Care Plan Today
Our objective is to improve the quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s. Our senior care experts provide the appropriate level of support to help our clients function as independently as possible. Call us today at (402) 817-1976 to consult with a Care Manager.
“…Home Care Assistance is about foundation-building-for elders, families, supportive friends and, ultimately, for your health care team.”
– Dr. Dennis McCullough