Parkinson’s Care

If you, or a loved one, need support with Parkinson’s Disease, then Every’s Homecare provides outstanding rated Parkinson’s Care.

Every’s Home Care provide professional Parkinson’s Care without compromising your comfort and dignity.

Every’s Homecare Is Helping People with Parkinson’s Disease

Every’s Homecare is providing considerate homecare services to those with Parkinson’s Disease. We passionately accept that giving care, love, and help to individuals in the solace of home, regardless of the phase of their disease, permits them to carry on with the everyday routine they need to experience.

Large numbers of our exceptionally prepared aides have helped and upheld individuals through Parkinson’s home consideration, so they know very well indeed exactly the amount of an effect the condition can have. Parkinson’s straightforwardly impacts actual development, making it harder to finish everyday jobs. That is the place where Every’s Homecare can help, we give a dedicated assistance to you to live confidently and comfortably in your ideal everyday practice.

We strongly believe it is feasible to have a meaningful and enriched life regardless of what your diagnosis is. Our carers are there to offer physical, mental and enthusiastic help to help you on your life’s journey.

Maintain Independence In Your Own Home

Every’s Homecare is a renowned service provide when it comes to Parkinson’s homecare services. With a wide range of homecare services, we help all types of people access an enriched level of quality in their life. At Every’s Homecare, we appreciate providing care that are centered around individual needs- and this is never more essential than with a condition like Parkinson’s where the condition and symptoms can differ uncontrollably from one individual to another. Subsequent to paying attention to all your concerns, our homecare plan is meticulously created in light of your individual necessities.


Trained Experts in Parkinson’s Disease Care

  • We can help you in your rough days when you just can’t stop the shaking. Our in-homecare experts realize exactly when to stimulate you through works out, when to prepare a few meals ahead, or when to assist you with unwinding and talk through how you’re truly feeling about the limitations on your body. We notice the progressions in facial expressions and postures and help you make agreeable changes in accordance with keep up to maintain balance and coordination.


Parkinson’s Care Services We Offer At Every’s Homecare

For outstanding rated care for Parkinson’s, choose Every’s Homecare. Our team has extensive experience providing for those living with Parkinson’s and we understand the physical and mental impacts of the condition.

  • Our experience helps us to center all of our care efforts around your exact needs as an individual. As time passes, we understand your needs may change, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
  • Understand and appreciate the impact of Parkinson’s and the emotional effect of the diagnosis on both you, your family and friends.
  • Encouraging you to live well with the condition.
  • Symptom awareness – appreciating the potential impact on movement, eating, swallowing and skin conditions.
  • Help with personal care – washing, dressing, and eating healthy food.
  • Support taking medication.
  • Supporting you to continue all your interests and hobbies.
  • Accompany you on a walks to the park, the shops, or any other outing.
  • Support attending appointments.

What You Should Know About Parkinson’s Home Care Service Costs?

  • Parkinson’s home care services are generally charged by the hour. However, some services charge a flat rate for staying overnight.
  • Medicare and private health insurance may cover some home care costs; though nonmedical care is generally not covered. So, we also recommend our clients to check with your health plan beforehand.
  • Long-term care insurance may cover personal care and homemaker services.

Our Caregiver Are Trained to Assist & Help Your Loved One With Dignity

Parkinson’s disease affects certain nerve cells in the brain – specifically those that monitor a chemical called dopamine, which controls movement. When cells break down and those living with Parkinson’s disease are no longer receiving an adequate level of dopamine, they can find it difficult to move as much as they would wish to. The majority of those living with Parkinson’s disease wish to stay in their own home and maintain their independence for as long as possible – which is where a specialist live-in carer can help.

A live-in carer can help someone living with Parkinson’s disease to remain in their own home and receive 24/7 care and support in a familiar environment that is safe, warm and comforting. A carer can help those living with Parkinson’s disease to maintain a good quality of life, with the reassurance that a trained and experienced carer is close by in times of need.


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Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological condition which affects movement. A reduction in the number and functioning of brain nerve cells causes a deficiency in specific chemicals and this affects the brain’s ability to transmit information.

Incontinence care relates to helping an individual achieve and maintain this control of their bladder or bowel functions, through tips on how to keep the bladder healthy, continence assessment, identifying a suitable course of treatment if necessary and emotional support and advice.

There are no specific tests to diagnose Parkinson’s disease that currently exist. If you are conscious that you are potentially suffering from the disease, you should see a specially trained Nervous System Conditions Doctor (Neurologist). The Neurologist can then diagnose Parkinson’s Disease based on your signs, symptoms, physical examination and medical history. The most common symptoms of Parkinson’s are;

Tremor (shaking), Slowness of movement. Rigidity (stiffness), Bladder and bowel problems, Eye problems, Falls and dizziness, Freezing, Pain, Restless legs syndrome, Skin, scalp and sweating problems, Problems with sleep, Speech and communication problems, Problems with swallowing.

During the initial stages of Parkinson’s, the symptoms are usually mild and treatment is not necessary. However, it’s important to be in regular contact with your specialist so your condition can be monitored closely. A specific care plan should be agreed with your healthcare team and your family or carers.

Currently, there’s no cure for Parkinson’s disease, but there are several therapies and treatments that can make living with Parkinson’s disease easier to deal with. In order to control the symptoms on a day to day basis such as Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, Speech and language therapy, Diet and nutritional advice, Medication (refer to a specialist to find the most appropriate for your condition), Deep brain stimulation etc.


If you are struggling to maintain personal hygiene and complete important household tasks, then it would be highly recommended to consider live-in or visiting care services. One to one support and specialist care tailored around individual needs can greatly enrich a Parkinson’s sufferer’s quality of life and improve overall happiness.

Every’s would recommend that those who are suffering from Parkinson’s disease continually discuss the severity with a general practitioner. The GP can then decide upon potential solutions to your problems. If you are facing thinking difficulties or confusion, then you should reach out for help instantly. A lack of awareness of what’s happening in your close surroundings can substantially increase the chances of injury and danger.

At Parkinson’s caring, we charge a flat, hourly rate regardless of the services required. This rate stays the same on weekends, nights, and holidays, so you or a loved one can get care when you need it. Our rates vary by location. Please reach out to your local Every’s Home Care Service Center to find out what our hourly rate is.

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With a dedicated customer team, arranging Parkinson’s Home Care is just a phone call away.

Our Customer Support Assistant will talk through all of your needs and arrange a consultation with a local care manager who will be arranging home care for you or your loved one.

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