Non Medical Home Care For ALS & Parkinson’s Disease In Guelph, ON
Find out how non medical home care in Guelph, ON can help you continue to lead a quality life even when dealing with ALS or Parkinson’s disease.
Comfort Keepers’ non medical home care ranges from occasional, part-time support to full-time, round the clock services. Supports are designed to help you remain independent and free so that you can age in place even if you have physical, emotional, or cognitive challenges.
ALS/Parkinson’s erodes a senior’s ability to control their neurological and physical functions. As mobility and fine motor skills deteriorate, seniors require more and more daily living assistance, as even tasks that were once simply become difficult or even impossible to perform. Comfort Keepers caregivers work with seniors and their doctors and therapists to personalize a plan of non medical home care that addresses a senior’s specific and unique needs.
With Comfort Keepers’ non medical home care, services are available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, which includes all weekends and holidays. Round-the-clock care is shift-based so there is always a caregiver with fresh eyes and ears ready to provide needed assistance. In addition to standard homemaking and personal care supports, Comfort Keepers also provides respite assistance, hospital to home transitioning, and end of life care. Comfort Keepers also specializes in care for seniors with chronic or progressive conditions such as ALS or Parkinson’s disease. In fact, Comfort Keepers caregivers are certified providers of Parkinson’s and ALS care and are recognized by multiple
Common supports and services include:
- Incontinence care
- Meal preparation
- Ostomy care
- Local transportation
- Running errands
- Medication management
- Light housekeeping
- Eating assistance
Since ALS/Parkinson’s greatly increases a senior’s risk of falling, Comfort Keepers can also help with mobility assistance, getting up and down, the use of transfer devices, and conducting a home-safety and fall-risk assessment.
Comfort Keepers understands that ALS/Parkinson’s disease can make life challenging for family caregivers, especially as the diseases enter advanced stages. Therefore, a full range of respite supports are also available.
For more information about ALS/Parkinson’s or the many ways Comfort Keepers can help maximize your loved one’s freedom, independence, and quality of life while safely enjoying the comfort and convenience of their own home, contact a care coordinator today.