Live in Parkinson’s Home Care

Arbour Companions & Care are specialists of live in Parkinson’s home care. We understand how Parkinson’s is a life-changing condition and can lead to an array of symptoms which your loved one may find difficult to manage such as tremors or memory problems.

If your loved one has recently been diagnosed with Parkinson’s and you’re looking at your different options of care, we here at Arbour Care can help. One of the common misconceptions we’ve heard from others is that once a diagnosis has been given, your loved one will need to move into a home to be looked after. There is another option for you to consider – live in Parkinson’s home care.

If you’re loved one is worried about the thought of losing their independence, this is where live in Parkinson’s home care can offer you fantastic support. Our professional live in carers will always be on hand to look after and help aid your loved one, whilst also allowing them to maintain their independence all from the comfort of their own home.

24-hour live-in Parkinson’s Home Care Support

Our carers will be there for your loved one 24/7. Having a carer available means there is a variety of ways in which they can help such as:

  • Helping your loved one to use the bathroom
  • Encouragement of social activities
  • Taking care of household tasks such as washing, ironing, and tidying
  • Encouragement of exercise by partaking in walks or excursions
  • Meal planning – ensuring that your loved one is eating
  • Establishing a regular routine

Helpful tips to care for someone with Parkinson's disease

At Arbour Care, we understand how life changing a disease Parkinson’s can be. That’s why we’ve put together a couple of tips for you to consider when looking after our loved one:

  • Person centred care – Ensure that you are treating our loved one as an individual, not just someone who has a condition.
  • Issues with constipation – Due to the improper functioning of the autonomic nervous system, those who suffer from Parkinson’s can often suffer from constipation as their muscles don’t work as smoothly as expected. To help avoid this, ensure that your loved one is consuming more water, is in an environment that reduces their stress levels, ensure their diet is high in fibre.
  • Exercise – Staying active can help sleep, strengthen muscles and joints as well as reduce stress and depression.

For further tips, be sure to check out our helpful resources around looking after a loved one with Parkinson's disease. If you are feeling worried about looking after your loved one, then we here at Arbour Care can help you.

How do Arbour Care help with Parkinson’s home care?

At Arbour Care, we understand that there is no one size fits all approach when it comes to Parkinson’s care. We sit down with our clients and carefully outline their needs to understand what the best approach would be to help. If you’re looking for a live in carer for your loved one suffering from Parkinson’s, then please feel free to get in touch via the contact form above or by ringing 0845 838 1090.

Our carers are trained and qualified in a range of complex care needs for people of all ages and understand the importance of ensuring great care management for your loved one. We are flexible with both long term and short-term contracts so you can ensure you’re getting the right Parkinson’s home care treatment.

Parkinson's home care

  • "The carers have been very good, one even using her free time to visit the husband in hospital and really going the extra mile."

    ED Westcott

  • "The  care that Jola provides is fabulous in every respect. I cannot praise her highly enough for the patience she shows with. It was a happy day when she came to us "

    RL Englefield Green

  • "As far as I am concerned, Roberta has been an absolute rock for our family. Completely unselfish in her care and invaluable."

    CB Guildford