Parkinson’s Care at Home
The symptoms of Parkinson’s and the impact of these are completely unique to you. If you have come to find you require more assistance at home, residential care homes or centers are not the only solution. The support of a trained care worker within your own home means you can keep doing the things you want to do. With no compromise to your independence and lifestyle. Furthermore, a trained Parkinson’s care assistant can be on hand at all times throughout the day and night, should you need it. A full-time Parkinson’s Care assistant can be as financially viable as residential care or a nursing home. Speak to a member of our staff to discuss arranging a care assessment in your own home.
Our Specialist Training Team
Each of our Parkinson’s care assistants must pass our training course in addition to our security and safeguarding checks. The training assessment covers everything a care assistant needs to know, meaning our care assistants are equipped to emotionally and practically support adults within their own homes.
Everyone is different and many people often forget that Parkinson’s care, in particular, needs emotional as well as practical support. This is particularly the case when dealing with the new challenges and symptoms of Parkinson’s as they present themselves. Because of this, we invest in the quality of our carer training.
Our care assistants are also assessed by an external driving company during their first week of training to ensure a good standard. They also commit to 2-12 weeks per placement to promote continuity in your routine and lifestyle. We pride ourselves on our highly trained members of staff and care assistants to work as a team to bring you and your family the support you need.