Parkinson’s Disease and Home Care in Alpharetta, GA
How can home care services in Alpharetta, GA and surrounding areas help your family member?
Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive neurological condition that affects thousands of people. Parkinson’s occurs due to a decline in the production of dopamine - a chemical produced by the brain. The lack of dopamine results in symptoms such as difficulty walking, resting tremors, muscle rigidity, slowness of movement, and impaired balance and coordination.
Non-motor symptoms such as pain, depression, and problems with memory and sleep can also occur with Parkinson’s Disease. Our compassionate caregivers are the perfect home care providers if you want your loved one to be the happiest and healthiest they can be. We take pride in our role as home care providers, and we go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure your loved one is in the best care possible.
Our services are customized to each person that we provide care for. We offer care options ranging from simple assistance with housework to full 24-hour care. No matter what your loved one's needs are, our expert Comfort Keepers will work with you and them to provide a solution that gives you peace of mind while helping your loved one thrive.
We can provide assistance with transportation, bathing, errands, meal preparation, and personal care. In addition our caregivers also offer heartfelt companionship, helping your loved one feel good while living well. Additionally, our caregivers continually assess and reassess your loved one's needs so that the care we provide will evolve along with their needs.
Our team at Comfort Keepers of Alpharetta are the leaders in home care services because we care. We care for everyone as if they are our own family, which is why we provide comprehensive services to help loved ones with Parkinson's disease. We are always just a phone call away.
If you’d like to learn more about how our senior care services can help your family, watch Jack's Story to show how we helped a loved one with Parkinson's disease. We support the American Parkinson Disease Association’s Georgia Chapter. If you need more information or support, visit their site at www.APDAParkinson.org/GA. If you want to talk with one of our home care experts, contact us by our online form or call (770) 232-6360.