Recent research indicates that at least one million people in the United States have Parkinson's Disease. We understand that Parkinson's can bring significant life changes. You also need support; it is equally important for you, as it is for your loved one, to cope and care for yourself. Hand in hand, let us provide a caring environment to promote your loved one's safety, dignity, and quality of life.
Contact us today! Recovery can be a long and frustrating process. We're here to offer you respite. If your loved has a need for greater care, our caregivers can provide round-the-clock assistance with compassion, respect and patience.Call (877) 504-3822
Care delivered by Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses centered on your plan of care including health and psychosocial education, rehabilitative, palliative, and preventative strategies.
Home-based therapy such as exercise, gait training, and instruction on equipment use.
Comprehensive evaluations and recommendations to help patients participate in daily activities through education, use of adaptive equipment, and training.