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Parkinson’s Care in Pasadena

When a family member is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, everyday tasks such as dressing and grooming become increasingly difficult. A-1 Home Care provides 24 hour live in home care services at a reasonable rate to disabled, ill, seniors and elderly living in Pasadena and other Los Angeles County cities including Altadena, San Gabriel, San Marino, Alhambra, Monterey Park, Eagle Rock, La Canada and South Pasadena. Having a Caregiver, Nurse Aide or Senior Companion experienced with the needs of an afflicted senior or elderly person helps to make this difficult situation better. Our Care Givers can assist with mobility, hygiene, incontinence, cleaning and companionship. Our home care agency specializes in providing Elder and Senior at Home Care, enabling your loved on to age in their home.

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Symptoms of Parkinson Disease

A-1 Home Care Parkinson's CareParkinson’s disease predominately affects seniors and elderly individuals and is a progressive condition that causes uncontrollable tremors and muscle weakness. People suffering from Parkinson’s also lose facial expressions and endure inflexibility and stiffening of limbs, neck and their torso which causes difficulty with mobility and standing. Care Givers from A-1 Home Care Agency are experienced in assisting elders and seniors with tasks of daily living and can help with exercises and pain therapy. If you or someone you love lives in Los Angeles County and is living with Parkinson’s disease, we can arrange 24 hour in home care or hourly at home care. We can provide same or next day in home service to help improve your health and well-being.

Famous People with Parkinson Disease

There are many famous people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Well-known politicians, sports figures, authors and actors are living with this progressive illness. Boxers Muhammad Ali and Freddie Roach, basketball player Brian Grant, cartoonist Charles Schulze, Pope John Paul II, Attorney General Janet Reno, Evangelist Billy Graham, novelist Richard Winter and actors including Vincent Price, Sir Michael Redgrave and Deborah Kerr were all diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Another famous actor is Michael J. Fox who established The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research to develop a cure for Parkinson’s disease and wrote Lucky Man (2000), which tells how Parkinson’s disease affected his career and family.

To inquire about Parkinson Care Service, call 626-287-0250.