A neuromuscular disorder can impact both your cognitive abilities and your motor skills, leading to tremors and tics as well as causing you pain and discomfort. Neuromuscular diseases and disorders can make walking and moving around the home difficult and even unsafe, and you may find that it has become difficult to manage the daily activities required to keep your home tidy and keep yourself healthy. With the assistance of a qualified caregiver, you’ll have the help you need to maintain your independence and stay safe in your home.
Home Assistance for Neuromuscular Diseases and Disorders
With in-home care from Independent Life Home Care, you’ll have access to a range of home assistance services, including:
• Mobility and safety assistance
• Dressing, grooming, and hygiene needs
• Laundry and light housekeeping
• Meal preparation
• Performing prescribed exercises at home
• Assistance with necessary medical equipment
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a neuromuscular condition such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson’s disease, or multiple sclerosis, Independent Life Home Care will help you remain safe in your home while maintaining your independence. Our staff will create a customized care plan that addresses your specific needs, to ensure you have access to the support you require.
We recognize that neuromuscular diseases and disorders can progress at varying rates from one patient to the next, and that your needs could change overnight. Our care plans are completely flexible and can be adjusted whenever the need arises. In-home care is available on a part time or 24-hour basis.
Independent Life Home Care feels that a positive relationship between caregiver and client is essential to good health and wellbeing. In order to provide you with the most fulfilling and beneficial experience, we take measures to pair you with a caregiver whose personality and interests complement your own.