Palliative Care


Our caregivers will encourage people with Parkinson’s to concentrate on their walking. Talking or asking questions while person with Parkinson’s are walking should be avoided because the distraction may bring them to a sudden stop. When patients with Parkinson’s become frozen in place, caregivers might suggest that they rock slightly from side to side and count out loud to get themselves moving again.


Our caregivers will keep your loved ones as mobile as possible with active or passive range-of-motion exercises. In the later stages of the disease, regular exercise helps prevent contractions Our caregivers won’t rush the Parkinson’s patients to speak. The stress of trying to hurry will make his or her speech harder to understand. When communication between patients and caregivers is critical, caregivers should ask questions that can be answered with a yes or no.
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