The Rhode Island Parkinson’s Care Specialists

A Parkinson’s diagnosis doesn’t mean that your loved one cannot continue to enjoy the golden years to the fullest. At Home Care Assistance of Rhode Island, we allow seniors with Parkinson’s to thrive at home by:

  • Empowering families with information about meeting their loved one’s needs
  • Providing hourly or live-in assistance with activities of daily living
  • Encouraging seniors to remain engaged and as active as possible
  • Monitoring daily activities to ensure safety and comfort at all times
  • Assisting with doctor recommended activities like speech or physical therapy
  • Offering companionship to stave off feelings of depression and loneliness

Flexible Hourly and Live-In Parkinson’s Care

In the early stages of Parkinson’s, your loved one will likely be able to maintain his or her regular routine independently. As symptoms such as tremors, mobility, and loss of balance arise, our trained and experienced Parkinson’s care assistants are available to provide care on an as-needed basis so that your loved one’s schedule is not disrupted. As care needs become more complex, regular or live-in and 24-hour care services are available. We give our clients the freedom to choose the care schedule that best meets their needs and offers the highest level of comfort. With Home Care Assistance, you’ll never be required to pay an additional fee to change care schedules or sign a long-term contract.

Support for Families of Seniors with Parkinson’s

Many Rhode Island families try their best to meet the needs of a senior loved one after a change in health. Yet, with a complex and progressive condition like Parkinson’s, the needs of the senior can often outweigh the family’s abilities. Our Parkinson’s care assistants have undergone extensive training at our Home Care Assistance University, learning practical skills and caregiving techniques specifically related to Parkinson’s care. Enjoy peace of mind as our trained Parkinson’s care assistants take on your care responsibilities and attend to your own needs, spend time with family, and enjoy time with your loved one as a son, daughter, or family member, not a care assistant.

If you are interested in learning more about professional Rhode Island Parkinson’s care, call (401) 284-0979 and schedule a complimentary, no-obligation consultation with an experienced Care Manager today.