Parkinson’s disease is a slow, degenerative disease that manifests itself in stiff muscles, difficulty walking, and other movement-related issues over time.
Most diagnoses occur after the age of 60 years old. Our care focuses on maintaining and extending quality of life activities and assisting in mitigating issues with the quality of life decisions.
Mothers Helping Hand Home care assistance includes:
- Medication management
- Medication reminders
- Exercise and diet
- Accident prevention
- Fall prevention
- Respite care
Let us help your family! Prompting and assisting with daily routines, medications, personal care, social and cognitive activities, keeps clients active, mentally engaged, independent, and helps them to feel confident in the comfort and security of their own home.
Our experienced and skilled nurses can make living with Parkinson’s disease easier for both you and your loved one.
Need more information about our services or have questions.
Mothers Helping Hands Home Care offers a variety of services, from personal care to skilled nursing.
Have questions? Call us today at 470-260-4137 or visit our most frequently asked questions page.