Parkinson’s Care at Home

Parkinson's is a progressive condition that impacts the nervous system. Our caregivers possess expertise in offering specialized care for the elderly affected by Parkinson's.

Compassionate Parkinson’s Home Care

Living with Parkinson's is a daily struggle-physically and emotionally. From the relentless tremors to the emotional strain, each day can feel like an uphill battle. At ConsidraCare, we take pride in offering comprehensive and compassionate in-home care for Parkinson's patients to enhance their health & well-being.

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Parkinson's disease affects
1 in every 500 people in Canada

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Approximately 6,600 new cases
are diagnosed in Canada each year

Specialized Parkinson’s Care for Your Loved Ones

Individuals with Parkinson’s disease face many challenges as the disease progresses. The everyday tasks that once seemed simple become hurdles, and the emotional toll can be overwhelming. Assistance becomes essential for tasks like dressing, eating, bathing, or managing medications. Emotional and social obstacles, including depression, anxiety, isolation, and stigma, may also arise.

The complexities of Parkinson's require a specialized approach to care and address the unique challenges of living with the condition. Don’t let Parkinson’s disease stop you from living your life. Take the first step towards a fulfilling life with ConsidraCare's personalized in-home care for Parkinson's patients.

Parkinson's Home Care-Caregivers You Can Trust

At ConsidraCare, our caregivers are more than just professionals- they're dedicated individuals with extensive experience in providing Parkinson's care. Each caregiver undergoes thorough vetting and training, ensuring they possess the expertise needed to address the unique needs of seniors with Parkinson's disease.

Choosing in-home Parkinson's care through ConsidraCare isn't just a practical decision; it's a commitment to providing your loved ones with the optimal care they deserve, right in the comfort of their own home. Our caregivers understand the importance of familiarity, creating a warm and supportive environment that promotes well-being.

Top caregiver do's for Parkinson's Disease care

Top caregiver don'ts for Parkinson's Disease care

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. A healthy diet is a must for a Parkinson’s patient. Make a good nutritious diet plan.
  2. Parkinson’s patients need to exercise regularly. Take them out for a walk or a light exercise session.
  3. Parkinson’s patients require full time live-in care to help them with daily tasks.

Yes, people with Parkinson’s need a specialized live-in caregiver. Parkinson’s disease greatly impacts the nervous system. Decreased cognitive abilities and mobility issues make it harder for Parkinson’s patients to live on their own. A live-in caregiver is responsible to provide the required physical and emotional support to the patient.

Parkinson’s disease affects movement, balance, coordination, and causes an increase amount of sebum that the skin’s sebaceous glands secrete. Most individuals are unable to smell Parkinson’s, but some with sharper senses of smell claim that sufferers have a unique, musky odor. Hippuric acid, eicosane, and octadecane appeared to be three substances that are particularly important in this distinctive scent.

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