In-Home Care For Individuals Living With ALS, MS And Parkinson’s

Griswold Home Care specializes in providing comprehensive non-medical home care services by referring professional caregivers to individuals suffering from a variety of neuromuscular conditions. Our dedicated, compassionate home care referral team is committed to helping individuals suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS) or Parkinson’s live rich, fulfilling lives by referring only the best caregivers.

Living With ALS

Also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, ALS is a disorder of motor nerves that results in significantly increased difficulty carrying out the day-to-day activities that so many people take for granted.

But living with ALS doesn’t mean giving up your dignity and independence. Griswold Home Care refers experienced caregivers to those with ALS. These referred caregivers can help enable your loved ones to continue living full lives. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with ALS, our network of friendly and compassionate non-medical in-home caregivers can help manage a wide range of daily household chores, personal care routines and daily activities.

Living With MS

MS attacks the central nervous system, with symptoms ranging from mild numbness in the limbs to paralysis or loss of vision. The progress and severity of the disease varies from person to person but, more often than not, results in the need for some level of personal care and assistance.

With the right support structure in place, those with advanced MS can live a rich life of fulfillment. Providing the ongoing care and support that patients with MS need requires practical solutions by experienced professionals. Very often, the responsibility of care falls to loved ones or family members and can place significant strains on these important relationships.

Griswold’s referral network of dedicated caregivers offers MS patients and their families non-medical home care, respite care and non-medical solutions to relieve the pressures of full-time disability care management.

Living With Parkinson’s

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) that are first affected by Parkinson’s disease typically include the ability to dress, walk and get in and out of bed. Other early activities to be affected are housework and preparing meals.

While treatment for Parkinson’s disease can provide dramatic relief from symptoms, assistance with ADLs is usually required at later stages. Griswold’s referral network of experienced caregivers offer those affected by Parkinson’s the non-medical care they need to continue living a fulfilled, independent life.