Typical symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis, such as fatigue, a decline in balance and co-ordination and muscle weakness, can cause problems with mobility and impact your ability to remain independent. Using a home care service can allow you to continue enjoying life in your own home and do the things you love to do. Here's an overview of three ways those with multiple sclerosis can benefit from having a home carer:
If you have Parkinson's disease, you'll know only too well that the loss of muscle control, stiffness, fatigue, dizziness and shaking associated with the condition can impact your ability to retain your independence. Basic daily tasks can become a struggle, and sufferers often feel isolated and worry about having to move to a residential home. Using a homecare service can help you stay in your own home without your well-being suffering.
I am in a wheelchair, but that doesn't mean that I am helpless. I am a very independent person, and I work from home in a professional job, as well as having a great group of friends that make sure I have a full social life. In order to keep the independence that I value, I get some support from the home health care professionals to do things like wash, cook and get the shopping done. It makes so much difference to my quality of life. This blog is all about getting assistance to live independently at home in a wheelchair.