Coping with a Parkinson’s diagnosis can be overwhelming and emotional for families. From how to provide quality care to managing new symptoms and challenges, not all families can provide the full time assistance and support their aging loved one needs and deserves. That’s where we come in. To help ease caregiving responsibilities, Home Care Assistance of Sonoma County provides flexible hourly and live-in care with no long-term contracts required. Our highly experienced and professional caregivers are trained specifically in how to care for seniors with Parkinson’s, ensuring the highest level of care is delivered with the utmost dignity and respect.
At Home Care Assistance of Sonoma County, we carefully identify the top caregiver applicants who are not only qualified but pass our exclusive caregiver exam which tests for honesty, compassion and dedication. This helps ensure that the caregivers we hire will not only address physical needs, but can connect with the patient as if he or she were their own beloved family member. Qualified caregivers must also:
Each stage of Parkinson’s is associated with different symptoms and challenges which will vary from patient to patient. However, with the support of our highly trained and compassionate Parkinson’s caregivers, seniors and their families can rest assured that their loved one is delivering the appropriate level of care and support at all times. Caregivers are trained specifically in how to assist with mobility, and changes in motor functioning, speech and physical abilities, all while promoting independence for the senior. We are committed to helping seniors age in place, enjoying the comforts of home and their regular routines for as long as possible.
When you work with Santa Rosa Home Care Assistance, everyone from our highly qualified caregivers to our devoted Care Managers and front office staff have one goal: to provide the highest level of Parkinson’s care to your aging loved one. Reach out to us today by dialing (707) 843.4368 and find out how our Parkinson’s care plans can help enhance the quality of life for your aging parent, grandparent or loved one.