Parkinson’s In Home Care Referrals

ElderCare at Home, a licensed nurse registry, has been referring pre-vetted caregivers who provide South Florida Parkinson’s patients with the highest quality and most affordable home care services in South Florida for over 14 years!

If you are a patient that has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease or if you’re a caregiver that needs a little help, our professional and experienced team, and the network of certified nurses aides, home health aides, RN’s and LPN’s, we represent, can help!

In Home Care for Parkinson’s Patients

In home care for those with Parkinson’s disease includes meeting all of the patient’s physical needs as well as helping with the often frustrating symptoms that come with the disease.  We can refer caregivers who have the experience to help maximize the patient’s independence and improve their quality of life.

The caregivers who have the special experience in Parkinson’s in home care services can assist the patient with  activities of daily living including assistance with bathing, toileting, safe transferring, ambulation, dressing and eating.

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative brain disorder that progresses slowly in most people. What this means is that individuals with PD can live with PD for twenty years or more from the time of diagnosis. While Parkinson’s disease itself is not fatal, the Center for Disease Control rated complications from the disease as the 14th top cause of death in the United States. There is currently no cure for Parkinson’s; however, your doctors will be focused and dedicated to finding treatments that help control the symptoms of PD so you can have a good quality of life.

Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease

The diagnosis of Young-Onset Parkinson’s disease is the same as Idiopathic, or typical, Parkinson’s disease except for the age of the patient. The average age of PD diagnosis is around 62. When an individual is diagnosed with PD before the age of 50, the disorder is called Young-Onset Parkinson’s disease.

Managing the Challenges of Parkinson’s  and Staying Healthy

Living with Parkinson’s disease is challenging but learning how to manage your health, can help to improve your quality of life!  Some things that you should try to do when managing Parkinson’s’ disease include:

  • Maintain a healthy diet
  • Learn how to safely manage your daily activities of living
  • Stay as active as possible
  • Make sure your home is safe and set-up to help you navigate without injury.
  • Be aware and quickly address any changes to your mental health such as depression, anger and anxiety

For Parkinson’s Caregivers

Taking care of someone with Parkinson’s disease can be difficult. If you’re a family member caring for a relative with Parkinson’s disease, you might have a lot of questions and concerns about the disease itself and how to best care for the person you love. Whether you are just learning about a loved one’s diagnosis of Parkinson disease or adapting to new challenges as the disease progresses, ElderCare at Home is here to help you throughout the Parkinson’s disease journey.

Free Parkinson’s Disease Handbook – Managing the Mental Health Aspects of Parkinson’s

The National Parkinson’s Association has published a great Parkinson’s Disease Handbook that provides an overview of the mental health aspects of Parkinson’s disease and how they can be effectively managed. Starting with depression and moving onto anxiety and lesser known problems such as loss of emotional control and loss of impulse control. You can download the free handbook here!

Affordable, Parkinson’s In Home Care – South Florida

If you or someone you love has Parkinson’s disease and are searching for the very best in home care, ElderCare at Home offers referrals of caregivers who can provide the highest quality elder care, senior care and geriatric care for Parkinson’s patients in South Florida!

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