Caregivers must take into consideration a gradual decline in health and abilities of people with Parkinson’s. Many products are available that can be used to adapt the home environment to help make the daily living process easier.
Adapting the home environment can help deal with some of the challenges that people with Parkinson’s disease face, but also to help make everyday routines easier – such as eating, bathing, and using dressing aids that help to make life easier for the person with Parkinson’s and the caregiver. Browse through these informative articles to find exactly what you need. (Stay tuned for more articles!)
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