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Parkinson’s Care

Parkinson’s Care at The Crossings At Riverchase

A Place For Specialized Support

More than 60 thousand Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year, affecting one in 100 seniors – not to mention their loved ones. If you’re caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s disease, it can become more and more difficult to take care of them as the disease advances. The Crossings at Riverchase is committed to providing compassionate Parkinson’s care your family can count on.

Though there is no known cure for Parkinson’s, we believe the disease can be improved at every stage through specialized, person-centered care. Our philosophy of care centers around the many reasons for hope, including advancements in treatment options, therapies and medications – all of which can bring your loved one improved quality of life through Parkinson’s care at The Crossings at Riverchase.

While each person experiences Parkinson’s differently, there are many ways to help with the neurological difficulties your loved one may have so they can live well with the disease. Our thoughtfully designed community provides a safe, secure place for residents with Parkinson’s to receive help with daily needs, including bathing, grooming, medication assistance and trips to the doctor.

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Person-Centered Care For Those With Parkinson’s Disease

While movement disorders can make everyday tasks, like maneuvering around the house, frustrating and potentially even unsafe, Parkinson’s care at The Crossings at Riverchase reduces the day-to-day strain of these symptoms. Residents receive 24-hour nursing support, accommodating activities and an accessible environment to help maintain coordination and balance, as well as prevent falls. Additionally, each apartment is equipped with a wireless nurse-call system in case an emergency arises.

Our care team works with families to create a personalized care plan so that families have peace of mind, despite the unpredictable nature of the disease. If an individual’s voluntary movements become slower (a symptom called bradykinesia), accompanied by tremors in the limbs, face and hands and rigidity in joints and muscles, we’re always on hand to help with daily needs and provide support. And when all of life’s challenges are more manageable, residents are free to participate in the many opportunities available at our community – from holistic wellness programming to social events and other on-site activities.

Until the medical community finds a cure for Parkinson’s disease, Parkinson’s care at The Crossings at Riverchase brings uplifting encouragement to the everyday and improves residents’ quality of life through different stages of the disease. Contact us to learn more about how your loved one could benefit from a more comfortable, fulfilling lifestyle in our secure, homelike community.