Parkinson’s Home Care has to be Agile and Promptly Responsive

There are many health conditions that demand assisted living, resident care including the assistance of nursing staff, planned social and other interactive engagements as well as spiritual support. All medical conditions that cause some kind of impairment have to be understood astutely to determine the true nature of the care required by the patent. This is true in case of Parkinson’s home care as well. However, there is one difference. Parkinson’s home care cannot be a routine. Many medical conditions warrant a certain routine which is reviewed from time to time. If a chronic condition worsens, then the routine is reviewed accordingly. End of life care or hospice care is also reviewed and revised from time to time, either owing to the symptoms or the needs and wishes expressed by the person or their family. Parkinson’s home care is not confined to such expected changes. There has to be some level of agility in the approach to care for a person with Parkinson’s. Continue reading “Parkinson’s Home Care has to be Agile and Promptly Responsive”

Parkinson’s Home Care

Tremors and stiffness in the muscles are two of the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s. In the beginning, these things can occur intermittently. At this point, it can become difficult to manage your life as you see fit. As the condition worsens, the symptoms are going to worsen, as well. This is a painful fact to keep in mind. Thankfully, Parkinson’s home care can relieve the burden of managing Parkinson’s on your own. Such in-home care can also give your friends and loved ones the ability to focus on spending more time with you. This form of home care can also be shaped to meet the needs of the individual. Continue reading “Parkinson’s Home Care”