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In-home health care for people with Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson's disease is a degenerative condition that affects the nervous system. This starts as a common 'shakiness' and over time escalates to affect more of the body. It can be a tricky disorder and is not yet fully understood. In-home health care can help people to continue to live independently for as long as possible.  Monitoring physical health Home health care workers can help to monitor the physical health of a patient with Parkinson's. Read More 

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Round the clock support

I'm so glad that I've been able to keep my disabled son at home with us, but it does get very physically difficult when he wakes up all through the night. I still have to get up for my other kids, so I have organised a nurse to come and do night shift for us twice a week. It means that no matter I how tired get through the week, I know that I have two uninterrupted nights of sleep coming up and that helps me to be a better mother, wife and carer. This blog is about getting home health care support to help you out as a carer.

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