Nurses On Call provides in-home care services to individuals who are struggling with Parkinson’s Disease in the State of Maryland, primarily in Prince Georges County. Our in-home care services for Parkinson’s Disease provides comprehensive support with the vital Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) that is required in order to continue living a more full and happy life despite the limitations and difficulties of this serious disease.
Situations Requiring In-Home Care
A diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease can quickly lead to feelings of disbelief, dismay, and despair. Sadly, there is no cure for Parkinson’s Disease and science has yet to determine the specific causes of this neuro-degenerative brain disorder. Parkinson’s Disease affects muscle control and movement. A person who is afflicted with Parkinson’s Disease will gradually begin to lose independence due to the disease and will struggle with a variety Primary Motor Symptoms including but not limited to:
- Resting Tremor
- Postural Instability
- Other symptoms
The lack of total muscle control and movement for someone with Parkinson’s Disease may lead to difficulty completing some of the basic Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) which can include:
- Personal Hygiene
- Toileting/Continence Care
The lack of total muscle control and movement for someone with Parkinson’s Disease may lead to difficulty completing some of the basic Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). It is important to keep in mind that an individual’s ability to perform these activities of daily living (ADLs) is crucial to maintaining independence, safety, and a desirable quality-of-life. In-home care for Parkinson’s disease can greatly increase the quality-of-life for individuals afflicted with Parkinson’s Disease to live more comfortably and as independently as possible in a familiar home setting or facility Our in-home care professionals can support individuals who are managing Parkinson’s Disease by helping them complete every task included in the major categories of ADLs..