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ALS and Parkinson's Care

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Fort Worth, Texas.

Home Care Agencies in Fort Worth, TX Can Assist Seniors With ALS and Parkinson's Disease.

Read below to find out how Comfort Keepers can assist and help seniors in Fort Worth and surrounding areas with ALS and Parkinson’s

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a degenerative disease that affects people's lives. Like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, ALS gradually erodes a person's physical and mental abilities. Most aspects of daily life will require support for seniors with ALS. Most seniors with ALS faced a dismal future in the past. Due to compassionate home care organizations, many seniors can now age in place in the comfort and safety of their own homes.

Comfort Keepers provides compassionate home care companies for elders suffering from muscle or neurodegenerative disorders such as ALS. In fact, Comfort Keepers caregivers receive specialized training to ensure that they are prepared to handle the unique demands and obstacles that ALS care entails.

Because ALS, Parkinson's disease, and other degenerative and terminal illnesses affect seniors differently and on different timeframes, Comfort Keepers collaborates with elders, their families, and medical professionals to develop a personalized care plan. While this plan caters to a senior's specific needs, it is also very adaptive and versatile, allowing it to adjust to changing wants and requirements.

Seniors with ALS may only require a few hours of assistance each week at first. Support will become increasingly common as the disease advances. They will eventually require 24-hour care. Comfort Keepers offers care ranging from a few hours a week to full-time, 365-day-a-year care. They can also work with family caregivers, provide respite break coverage, or assist with the transition from the hospital to the home. When elders require aid with shifting and positioning, mobility assistance, or the use of specific medical devices such as mechanical breathing, this is very crucial.

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Contact a care coordinator today to learn more about how Comfort Keepers in-home health care providers can help your senior loved one with ALS or another progressive illness. They would gladly answer any queries you may have and even set up a complimentary care consultation!

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