Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects neurons in a specific area of the brain. The progression of symptoms is different from one person to another. The symptoms generally develop slow over the years. Generally, people experience tremors, slowness of movements, limb rigidity, gait and balance problems. Over the years the progression of Parkinson’s disease becomes more severe, requiring different levels of care.
Our trained caregivers can provide assistance at all stages of the disease. They are there to help accomplish tasks, allowing your loved one to remain independent for as long as possible. Caregivers work with the clients and their families on maximizing and monitoring existing function and manage future challenges.
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5 out of 5 - by D. R. on Jun 12, 2017
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5 out of 5 - by Lee. C. on Oct 05, 2017
We have been clients of Companion Services of America for about two years now. Before we called the staff at CSA we were overwhelmed trying to care for an elderly parent. The entire team was great, and very responsive to our needs. The caregivers were excellent!
5 out of 5 - by A. R. on Apr 28, 2017
My mother has been a client of Companion Services of America for about Two and a half years. Before we made the call to CSA we had a revolving door of unreliable caregivers for her. Now we feel my mom has capable and dependable care. Her caregiver is upbeat, reliable, honest, and competent. She is aware of my mom's medical and our family's needs.