Reliable Parkinson’s Care Douglas County Families Trust

With Home Care Assistance of Douglas County by your side, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that your aging loved one is being cared for by one of the best, most qualified Parkinson’s caregivers. Only about 1 in 25 caregiver applicants meet our selection criteria and hiring standards, and we continue to build on their experience and knowledge by providing them with advanced training and education about care for senior adults with Parkinson’s. We know entrusting the care of your loved one to another can be difficult, and want you to do so with the utmost confidence.

Parkinson’s Caregivers that Go Beyond the Basics

Because tremors and shaking are some of the earliest and most identifiable symptoms of Parkinson’s, care services for this degenerative disease often focus on assistance with daily activities such as safety while cooking or bathing and dressing. While all of our Parkinson’s caregivers are highly trained in how to meet these unique needs, they go beyond the basics of care by:

  • Offering the Cognitive Therapeutics Method – Unique to Home Care Assistance, this revolutionary program is designed to help promote cognition and mental acuity for seniors and can be extremely helpful for seniors trying to manage the neurological side effects of Parkinson’s, while promoting health and wellness.
  • Providing Companionship & Support – With a compassionate Parkinson’s caregiver by your loved one’s side, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that their needs are being cared for, both physically and emotionally. Our caregivers provide companionship and support, creating a long-term and meaningful relationship that can boost mood and help reduce the incidences of depression or loneliness.
  • Taking Careful CareNotes – We require all caregivers to take daily CareNotes which track symptoms, changes in behavior and health status to help keep families in the loop about their loved one’s care. These CareNotes can also be used by your loved one’s primary care physician to ensure that the most appropriate care is provided as the disease progresses.

Care and Support for Families, Too.

For us, comprehensive Parkinson’s care doesn’t just mean comprehensive care services. Comprehensive Parkinson’s care means support and assistance for our clients at all times, day or night. When you work with our caregivers and Care Managers, you can rest assured that help is always just a phone call away. We are available 24/7 to answer questions, make last minute changes to care schedules and are more than happy to offer support and encouragement on the days that seem tougher than most.

To learn more about how Home Care Assistance of Douglas County can help you and your family, reach out to us at 720-580-5378 and schedule a complimentary, in-home consultation.