As Parkinson’s progresses, an increased amount of care and support may be required, although many people maintain a good quality of life with limited care or treatment.
One person in every 500 has Parkinson’s. Most people who get Parkinson’s are aged 50 or over, but one in 20 people is under the age of 40.
During our initial meeting with you and/or your family, we will spend time discussing your condition so that we can match the right care professional to you; one who understands the condition well, and is experienced in supporting people with similar needs.
We tailor care plans and delivery to each person living with Parkinson’s, working with charities including Parkinson’s UK to ensure the highest quality of care is provided to all customers.
My father’s Care & Support Worker is very caring and because of her support and positive attitude towards him, he is able to remain living at his home address. The Care & Support Worker liaises with my family and if at all unsure discusses with them. They keep my father happy reminding him of his meds and making him lunch and drinks.