Parkinson’s Care for Elderly, Senior, and Terminally Ill

Being closely related to someone who has Parkinson’s Disease can be tough, especially when you see your loved one struggle to perform simple tasks such as buttoning their coat or getting up the stairs.  Parkinson’s is a progressive disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain that produce dopamine, a chemical that is essential to sending signals to parts of the brain that control movement.  The National Parkinson Foundation is a great online resource that you can sign up for.  The site offers news updates as well as a connection to other individuals impacted by Parkinson’s with the discussion forums.

At A-1 Home Care, we offer experienced caregivers, nurse aides, and companions for Parkinson’s Care on a 24 hour live-in basis or hourly part-time basis.  Our caregivers can help your loved one lead a healthy quality of life with a daily exercise routine and preparation of healthy meals.  We can also assist with other activities of daily living in addition to carrying out household tasks.

Our non-medical homecare agency has been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and Shield Accreditation.  We serve the communities of Brentwood, Bel Air, Westwood, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Beverly Hills, and others in Los Angeles County and Orange County.  We offer additional care services such as Alzheimer’s Care, Hospice Care, Cancer Care, and Child Care.

To hire a compatible caregiver in your area today, CALL us at 310-657-8780. 

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