Plan Your Approach in Parkinson Care

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All caregiver positions are different.  From After Surgery Care to Parkinson’s Care, each requires a customized approached in order to provide the best quality service for the care recipients.  Because of the limits Parkinson’s has on many seniors, we want to provide some insight on how to formulate a care plan for those living under this condition.

First, it is important to understand the disease, so you can anticipate on the individual’s behavior or symptoms and provide the proper care according to the scenario.  In addition, it is important to take care of yourself as well.  If you are a caregiver and is exhausted, the quality of care will surely decrease.  Know when to ask for help and relief from care duties and give yourself time to recharge your body and mind.  Sometimes the caregiver would feel helpless, guilty, or even sad about the patient’s disability, this is where having a talk with friends, family, or a support group can really help let out some of your feelings.  Just remember, you are not alone in providing the care, whether you are a hired professional caregiver or a family caregiver.

Caregiving is no easy job, but it is definitely one of the more rewarding experiences for many.  Because of the growth in seniors and elderly over the past few years, A-1 Home Care is seeing more demands for in home caregivers, thus opening up plenty of job opportunities for experienced and quality caregivers.  We offer customized services such as Parkinson’s Care, After Surgery Care, Alzheimer’s Care, Brain Injury Care, Heart Attack Care, Cancer Care, and other home care scenarios.  We proudly serve all of Los Angeles and Orange County, and has been a fixture in the community for over 20 years, so you can trust our company for the service we provide.

Call us 562-929-8400 today and ask about employment requirements, or you can visit us online at to learn more about job opportunities.  In addition, you can follow us on our Facebook page!


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