Care of Parkinson's

This disease represents the second neurodegenerative disorder due to its frequency, placing itself behind Alzheimer's disease.3 It is widespread throughout the world and affects both males and females, frequently occurring after the sixth decade of life. In addition to this late variety, there is another early version that manifests itself at ages below 40 years.


Caring for Parkinson's at any stage.


Every person and family living with Parkinson's disease is unique. Receives full-time care, the Parkinson's Care Plan may include: helping to calm anxiety and stress, medication assistance Fall and injury prevention and safety, coordination and scheduling with physical therapy, assistance in bathing, dressing, and Personal care Cleaning, meal preparation and nutrition.