Parkinson’s symptoms can include tremors, stiffness, and slow movements, making everyday tasks like eating and grooming a challenge for seniors with the condition. When families are unsure how to provide the best care or ease everyday living for their senior loved one, they turn to Home Care Assistance of Anchorage, AK. Our compassionate and trained caregivers provide professional care in the comfort of home to promote health, safety, dignity, and independence.
Each caregiver employed by Anchorage Home Care Assistance goes through our Home Care Assistance University training program. At HCAU, caregivers learn how to provide exceptional care tailored to fit the client’s specific needs. Caregivers are trained in our two proprietary methods, the Balanced Care Method and Cognitive Therapeutics Method, and learn how to handle age-related challenges like chronic frailty, memory loss, and dietary restrictions, all common symptoms of Parkinson’s. Caregivers also learn how to engage clients mentally, promote physical activity, and create purpose in life.
After a caregiver completes his or her initial training, they are encouraged to continue ongoing education through our online-learning platform. We provide every caregiver the resources he or she needs to stay up-to-date in the latest Parkinson’s care practices and provide the best care possible to our clients.
At Home Care Assistance of Anchorage, we understand the complex care needs of seniors with Parkinson’s can change from day-to-day. That’s why we never require our clients to sign long-term contracts. We are fully bonded and insured, and our caregivers are full-time employees, not independent contractors. Our service is also backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee so our clients can feel as confident in our Parkinson’s care as we do. To schedule a free consultation, call (907) 770-0907. Our experienced Care Managers look forward to assisting you and your loved one.