A Parkinson's diagnosis comes with a wide variety of challenges, questions and concerns. Fortunately, there are several organizations that work together to provide the education families need to understand and provide the right care for Parkinson's.
Senior Helpers' expertise in providing care for those who live with Parkinson's disease comes from in-depth training on how to care for seniors with a variety of age-related ailments. Parkinson's Disease is a unique challenge for caregivers, which is why Senior Helpers has invested so extensively to train its caregivers with the best information and tools available to make sure all Senior Helpers clients who live with Parkinson's can live in comfort and as independently as possible given their condition.
So where to begin?
You can start by requesting a free copy of our Parkinson's Care Program DVD and Wheel by following this link! These materials were created with experts to provide more information on Parkinson's disease and what caregivers can do today to make those they love who live with Parkinson's disease more comfortable and independent.
You can also reach out to professional helplines such as the National Parkinson Foundation helpline which is staffed with nursing and social specialties to support you are your loved ones. They can be reached anytime at 1.800.4PD.INFO (1-800-473-4636).
Finally, reach out to expert PD centers and community organizations in your community. You can search for a center near you, or call your local Senior Helpers for more information.
Remember, you are never alone when it comes to care and comfort for those who live with Parkinson's Disease!