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Sterling Reston, Great Falls, Centreville and Loudoun County

Care for Degenerative Disorders

If you or a loved one in Sterling, Loudoun and Western Fairfax need care for degenerative disorders such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) or Parkinson’s, call us to find out how we can help. 

People with degenerative disorders deserve to take part in the activities that the rest of us take for granted.  Whether it’s getting ready in the morning, a favorite hobby or just getting out of the house, participating in daily activities can help to reinforce the positive attitude that is key to maintaining health. 

At Homewatch CareGivers of Loudoun we understand the importance of doing what you want to do, and our caregivers can make the difference between enjoying life or watching from the sidelines.  We can provide a feeling of independence to those with degenerative disorders when it comes to things like preparing meals, running errands, doing household chores, or just going to the movies.

ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease leads to muscle weakening and affects one’s ability to control voluntary movements of the muscles including those that control breathing. As a person progressively loses their ability to function independently, they will require additional care in the home. Our caregivers can assist with mobility and transfers, plan and prepare special diets to facilitate good nutrition, and offer emotional support allowing the client enough time to communicate, always being sensitive to the preservation of the client’s dignity.
Parkinson’s disease gradually affects the nervous system to the point where the affected person will need help with ambulation, daily chores, personal grooming, and more. Our caregivers have specialized training to help if your loved one experiences cognitive symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. We are here to support the family caregivers who may not be able to manage all of the care for all Parkinson’s symptoms.
The symptoms of multiple sclerosis vary by individual, but as this unpredictable and disabling illness of the central nervous system advances it disrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body. While many people with MS experience a years-long remission of the disease, others may lose the ability to walk and require additional care for daily activities.
Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other types of arthritis can be extremely painful and affect a person’s ability to take care of themselves. Homewatch CareGivers is here to provide in home care when you or a loved one experience a flare up of osteoarthritis symptoms or rheumatoid arthritis pain. Know when to ask for additional help so that you can continue to live a full and independent life.