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Parkinson's Care

Parkinson’s Home Care in Minneapolis, MN

Parkinson’s Caregivers You Can Trust

Anyone recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease or who has been living with it for a while needs a strong support network to manage symptoms better and maintain an overall sense of independence. At Joyful Companions, our in-home caregiving services offer numerous benefits for people living with Parkinson's disease and their families.

With love, grace, and compassion, we’re here to help enhance your loved one’s quality of life while navigating their way through the hardships of this condition.

  • Provide Joy, Safety, & Companionship to Your Loved Ones
  • Cost-Effective, Affordable Care Plans Available
  • 24/7, Round-the-Clock Support & Care
  • Extensively Trained & Experienced Caregiver Team

Compassionate Home Care for people with Parkinson’s

  • Aid with meal prep and monitor nutritional intake
  • Help out around the house with light housekeeping
  • Offer strategies to identify and manage symptoms
  • Update family with pertinent information
  • Transport to appointments, activities, or errands
  • Build lasting relationships with reliable companions

Proud Member of the Parkinson’s Foundations Community Partners in Parkinson’s Care program

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As a proud member of the Parkinson’s Foundations Community Partners in Parkinson’s Care program, Joyful Companions offers the training and support our caregiving team needs to provide quality care for individuals living with Parkinson’s Disease. From providing much-needed companionship to helping older adults remain safe, our staff will create a supportive network to help maintain independence in your loved one’s life.

Our in-home caregiving services help manage symptoms, offer emotional support, maintain normalcy, and reduce stress, among other benefits.

Manage Symptoms

Caregivers can help individuals manage symptoms such as tremors, balance issues, and coordination difficulties. They can also provide support during ambulation or other physical activities, reducing the risk of falls. In addition, caregivers monitor the overall health of their clients, reporting changes or any concerning signs to families or healthcare providers. Also learn more about our respite care

Emotional Support

Another benefit of having an in-home caregiver is that it increases social interaction and provides a supportive network for individuals living with Parkinson's. With companionship and conversation, caregivers can help reduce social isolation while providing emotional support and reassurance as they go through difficult times.

Maintain Normalcy

In-home care also helps individuals living with Parkinson's maintain their independence. Whether it’s being able to continue shopping, attending social events, or simply running daily errands, having a caregiver nearby to assist them can help ensure they stay active and engaged in their lives. Our trained and experienced caregivers can also provide valuable guidance on managing the challenges of living with Parkinson's disease.

Reduce Stress

Finally, providing families of people living with Parkinson's disease an option for in-home care is invaluable in reducing the caregiver burden and allowing them more time for self-care and managing other responsibilities. In-home caregivers provide families with peace of mind knowing that someone is there to look after their loved one when they are unable to, providing a much-needed break.

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