Staff at APRC HOME CARE are specially trained to help residents with Parkinson's disease.
Parkinson's disease is marked by tremors, rigidity, and slow movements (Bradykinesia). In
Parkinson's disease, the brain cells that regulate movement begin to die for unexplained causes
in one of the brain's movement control regions.
Parkinson's patients are often affected by dementia and Alzheimer's disease. APRC HOME CARE is well-versed in both illness processes and caters to their specific requirements. The number of guests allowed in each of our apartments ranges from 5 to 8. Providing the most personalized care is made possible by concentrating on brain-stimulating activities that make each day more meaningful, satisfying, and filled with comfort and belonging.
Parkinson's disease patients may find it more difficult to go on with their daily lives as the illness progresses. Parkinson's disease progresses in phases, and APRC HOME CARE is prepared to cope with each of them while ensuring that patients have a feeling of purpose and belonging both physically and psychologically.
As Parkinson's disease advances, the symptoms become more severe and last for a longer period. Parkinson's disease symptoms vary from person to person. However, the following main motor indicators are common:
The illness has progressed to the fourth stage and is now very debilitating. Rigidity and Bradykinesia are two common and difficult-to-overcome motor complaints. It's quite probable that individuals need some kind of help to maintain their current standard of life.
Parkinson's disease becomes progressively worse till it is terminal. Without help, the patient will
be unable to move.
When the end of life is close, nothing is more distressing for family members than transferring their loved ones from a comfortable, familiar location where they are cared for by friendly faces to a scary, frigid hospital atmosphere.
Our Care Specialists have received specialized training in dealing with patients nearing the end of their lives. When it's time to say goodbye, our caregivers work hard to create an environment that's peaceful, caring, and nearly magical. With hospice assistance and physicians on call around the clock, we can provide comprehensive care. If your loved one is towards the end of their life, APRC HOME CARE can ensure they never have to leave the comfort of their own home.