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Boca Raton, FL Parkinson’s Care Services

Did you know?

Approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year, and this number does not reflect the thousands of cases that go undetected according to the Parkinson’s Foundation
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What is Parkinson’s disease?

Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that leads to shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with walking, balance, and coordination. Symptoms usually develop slowly over years. The progression of symptoms often varies from one individual to the next due to the diversity of the disease.

A diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease brings an onslaught of emotions and fear. People don’t really know what causes this neurodegenerative brain disorder or its effects on muscle movement and control. Everyone would love to live without Parkinson’s disease, however, if you’re one of the 1 million people who have been diagnosed with this chronic condition. At Healthcare South Florida we know how troubling it can be for you and your family’s caretakers. This is why our healthcare agency has the most skilled and compassionate Parkinson’s caregivers who will do everything they can to help relieve the pain and stress of handling this unpredictable disease.

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Healthcare South Florida understands the up and down battle with this disease where some days you seem better, than the next you’re shuffling more and can’t stop shaking. Our certified and highly trained caregivers know when to push you through your daily exercises, plan your meals ahead of time, help you wind down to relax, or when you need to talk through your feelings about the changes that you’re experiencing with your body. We are more than just your caregiver; you become part of our family.

There is no detail that we won’t notice, we will notice the change in your posture and facial expression and from there make the adjustments we need to in order for you to be as comfortable and safe as possible to maintain your coordination and balance.

At Healthcare South Florida we know the importance of allowing people with Parkinson’s disease to live comfortably while also getting the help they need. Our specialized caregivers are trained to know when to work with muscle stiffness and tremors to help avoid frustration and falls. Healthcare South Florida helps people stay strong through this challenging time through our great services:

Nutrition and Meal Planning – A health-conscious diet is critical for those living with Parkinson’s disease to help strengthen their muscles and bones.

Personal home safety – Parkinson’s disease often leads to an unsteady gait, trips, and falls. Our healthcare agency will inform you of the information you need to keep your house and loved one safe.

Daily mobility – Your loved one is going to need a little extra help with the small daily tasks such as; dressing, eating, and using the bathroom. Healthcare South Florida is very patient with the slower pace and we respect your loved one’s privacy and the time they will need for their daily routines.

Companionship – We never want your loved one to feel like they are a burden or lonely. Just as much as our caregivers will be there for you physically, it’s just as important to us to support you emotionally because we know the heavy toll this disease can weigh on you and your family.

When you or a loved one have to deal with Parkinson’s disease and feel like you’re not getting the right treatment or just don’t feel like your caregivers truly understand you. We want you to know that Healthcare South Florida knows exactly how to help you with your day-to-day challenges of living with Parkinson’s. You can count on Healthcare South Florida and our care giving services to show you the compassion and support that you and your family needs.