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Parkinson's, Cancer, Hospice

 

Parkinson's Disease

At Lincoln Home Care  caregivers are trained in the symptoms of Parkinson's disease and best practices for promoting the safety and wellbeing of our clients. Daily interactions with compassionate caregivers may help with depression. We stress fall prevention and good nutrition. We can also help with medication reminders and exercise, including support for occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech.

 

If you or someone you love is struggling with Parkinson's disease, let us help.

 

Cancer Care

The most common types are skin, breast and prostate. The initial diagnosis can be a devastating emotional blow. Anyone who has experienced or watched someone go through chemotherapy understands how weak the patient can become, physically and sometimes spiritually.

 

At Lincoln Home Care caregivers are experienced in the unique needs of cancer patients, including diet changes, emotional challenges and the need for assistance with bathing and meals. We can provide an upbeat and compassionate companion during long chemo treatments. Our caregivers can be an advocate while the patient is in the hospital and a gentle helper once the patient returns home.

 

We will design a plan of care based on your situation and the unique needs of each client.

 

Hospice Care

Just hearing the word " hospice" can bring up emotions like fear or sadness. Many families feel overwhelmed by the dying process. We can help.

 

At Lincoln Home Care we are experienced in providing thoughtful and compassionate support for those receiving care from a Hospice provider. We offer supplemental care that goes hand in hand with the home health visits and nurse visits provided through a Medicare approved Hospice company. We offer hourly, overnight and live-in care when 24 hour support is needed.

 

Our trained, screened and bonded caregivers receive guidance on how to provide emotional or spiritual support when appropriate. They also are experienced in bathing, dressing, providing meals, companionship, medication reminders and safety monitoring over the last months of the client's life.

 

Many of our caregivers develop a bond of friendship with their clients and provide a hand to hold and an ear to listen.

 

parkinson's cancer hospice patient