In Home Care For Seniors With Parkinson's Disease In Las Vegas, NV
Find out how your loved one in Las Vegas, NV can stay independent with in home care for seniors with Parkinson's disease.
Parkinson's is a life-altering, degenerative disease. Like Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson’s erodes an individual’s physical and mental capacities over time. Seniors with Parkinson’s will eventually require assistance with most areas of daily life. In the past, most seniors with Parkinson’s faced a bleak future. Today, thanks to compassionate health care agencies, many seniors can age in place in the safety and convenience of their own home.
Comfort Keepers provides compassionate in home care for seniors with muscular or neurodegenerative diseases like ALS or Parkinson’s. In fact, Comfort Keepers caregivers go through specialized training to ensure they understand how to meet the specific demands and challenges Parkinson’s care provides. As a result, Comfort Keepers has been recognized as a certified provider of Parkinson’s care and ALS care by the U.S. ALS Association.
Because ALS, Parkinson's and other degenerative and terminal illnesses impact seniors in different ways and follow different timelines, Comfort Keepers works with seniors, their families, and the medical staff to create a custom-tailored care plan. While this plan addresses a senior’s unique needs, it is also highly flexible and adaptable, so it can meet a senior's changing needs and requirements.
In the beginning, seniors with Parkinson’s may only require a few hours of support each week. As the disease progresses, support will become more frequent. Eventually, they will need round-the-clock care. Comfort Keepers provides in home care for seniors from a few hours a week up to full-time, 24-hour care 365 days a year. They are also available to work with family caregivers, provide respite break coverage, or help with hospital to home transitioning. This is especially important when seniors need help with transferring and positioning, mobility assistance, or use specialized medical devices such as mechanical ventilation.
For more information about the specific ways Comfort Keepers in home care for seniors can benefit your loved one with Parkinson’s or another progressive illness, contact a care coordinator today. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have and even schedule a free in-home consultation.