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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"Before we contacted Companion Services of America we were concerned about the safety and welbeing of our loved ones. Now we are able to live our own lives more normally and we are considerably less stressed. My mother had a wonderful companion in Tess, and Arnor. Rodel developered a solid relationship with my stepfather, which was not easy! We are thankful to have had the help and support of Companion Serivces of America for 8 years."
5 out of 5 - by L. N. on Apr 1, 2022
"We have used other agencies in the past and none compare to Companion Care. Jamie the owner is always responsive and manages to pull rabbits out of a hat to solving problems. The caregiver team has been extraordinary in being proactive and thinking ahead of my mother, which is not easy to do. The team respects her and knows the rhythm of engaging and giving her space. The team is also qualified and vigilant to watch for medical signs that could be harmful. I recommend Jamie, Mary and our caregiver team with high marks!"