24 Hour Home Care in Westwood

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Different disease comes with different expectations.  If you have a cold or the flu, you would understand what to expect.  However, if it is a disease like Parkinson, expectations might be much less clear, and it might be difficult to cope with the disease.  So here are a few tips on how to cope with Parkinson’s disease from WebMD.  First is to find out as much information about the disease as possible.  There is a lot of uncertainty, and if you can get answers to some of the questions, it can help ease some of the stress. Because of the stress, it is a good idea to learn how to manage stress as well. Reduce stress by establishing a daily routine and find support groups that can share the experience you might be going through.  Lastly, be open to your problems with friends and family.  Their deep relationship will help cope with the disease because it make you feel less alone about conquering this journey.  If the disease is in the later stages, having a caregiver around constantly can help around the household and provide the independence that they need to adjust without further stressing

A-1 Home Care in Westwood has compassionate caregivers, home helpers, and senior companions for elderly who are in need of 24 hours home care in Parkinson’s Care, Alzheimer Care, After Surgery Care, Diabetic Care, Cancer Care, Hospice Care, Incontinence Care, and other In Home Care needs.  Not only do we operate in Westwood, but also surrounding cities in Los Angeles County, including Century City, Santa Monica, Malibu, Culver City, Pacific Palisades, Hollywood, Glendale, and much more.  So if you have to hire someone as dedicated and skilled like Marilyn Aldana, Sabrina Fearence, and Krishna Javier, contact A-1 Home Care in Westwood today!

Our number is 310-657-8780, or you can visit www.westwoodinhomecare.com for additional information.

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