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Parkinson’s Dementia Support

Trained in-home caregivers care for our clients with mobility challenges.

According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, more than one million Americans are living with Parkinson’s disease, and the majority of those affected are over 60 years old.

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological condition that affects movement, balance, and coordination. These changes in the brain from Parkinson’s dementia can lead to symptoms including – tremors and shakiness, muscle stiffness, a shuffling step, stooped posture, difficulty initiating movement and lack of facial expression.

As Parkinson’s dementia progresses, clients may experience increased difficulty with mobility, coordination and balance – increasing the risk of falls and injuries and making it more difficult to complete common daily tasks like showering, dressing, meal preparation, etc. Furthermore, clients may experience changes in mental functionality including – memory and the ability to pay attention, make sound judgments or plan the steps needed to complete a task.

Clients whose Parkinson’s dementia is progressing can experience frustration, anxiety, and depression, impacting the client’s (and the family-caregiver’s) quality of life.

Parkinson’s dementia-trained in-home caregivers offer a wide range of services to meet the unique needs of each individual including:

Our comprehensive Parkinson’s dementia program includes: