Parkinson’s Disease and Senior Care for Your Loved One
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 expert caregivers at Comfort Keepers of Gainesville offer senior care services that are perfect for anyone with Parkinson’s disease.
Our thorough senior care services include clothing assistance, bathing assistance, meal preparation, and mobility assistance, helping your loved one with compassionate senior care every day. Our services include permanent care so that you can have one of our expert caregivers looking after your loved one at all times.
We also provide joyful companionship, ensuring your loved one is happy and healthy all the time. Our senior care services are the best in Gainesville, and we are the perfect providers if you want peace of mind that your loved one will be taken care of.
Our in-home caregivers can assist your loved one with Parkinson's. We can help your loved one with meal preparation, menu planning, and shopping so that they eat healthy meals at regular times. We also offer transportation to appointments or events, and our expert Comfort Keepers can plan out activities specific to your loved one's interests and needs.
If you’d like to learn more about how our senior care services can help your loved one, simply fill out the form below, take our home care survey or call our office at (770) 232-6187. You can watch Jack’s Story to learn more about an elderly loved one with Parkinson’s that we helped.
We support the American Parkinson Disease Association’s Georgia Chapter. They are a wonderful source for information, support and encouragement. Visit their site at: www.APDAParkinson.org/GA