Private Parkinson's Home Care

Assisting a loved one with Parkinson’s Disease can be a challenging experience, both mentally and physically. At Cavendish Homecare, we offer comprehensive care services that help reduce this pressure and allow you to focus on providing care and support where needed.

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Living with parkinson’s disease can be emotionally, socially and physically demanding. In advanced stages, symptoms become more severe, and the individual diagnosed with parkinson’s will require varying levels of assistance with daily living. Clients requiring parkinson’s care at home means we offer the care and support needed for individuals to remain in their own homes, and maintain their independence and quality of life for as long as possible.

Some signs that may indicate that it is time to consider extra support include difficulty managing daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, and cooking. Falls, increased muscle stiffness, difficulty with movement, challenges managing medications, and frequent hospital admissions may also indicate a need for additional support. You may decide that your loved one would benefit from care in the home to help them manage their condition.

There are many types of home care services that are available for people living with Parkinson’s disease. Care services you may require include live-in care arrangements, personal care, medication management, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and emotional support. Cavendish Homecare can assist with timely medications to reduce and manage symptoms such as muscle stiffness and difficulties with balance and coordination.

Ensuring a safe living environment is essential when caring for people living with Parkinson’s disease. This can include removing tripping hazards, such as rugs or loose cords, and installing grab bars in the bathroom to prevent falls. In addition to physical safety, it’s important to be emotionally supportive of your loved one as they navigate the challenges of Parkinson’s disease. Caring for those living with Parkinson’s disease can be difficult to manage, so it is vital to remain patient and flexible as their needs change over time due to memory problems and cognitive changes.

Why Choose Us

We understand that a Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis can be a sensitive and difficult time for both the client and their loved ones. Our experienced team recognises the emotional stress and uncertainty that often come with a diagnosis, which can significantly impact a client’s quality of life. By working closely with clients and their families, we develop personalised care plans that address their specific needs and preferences, while also offering them both practical support and emotional support.

Our highly skilled nurses and carers can assist with daily activities, grooming, and physiotherapy activities to enhance the client’s quality of life. We offer a range of flexible care services, including live-in care, 24-hour care, and respite care, to ensure that clients receive the right level of support at all times and that their loved ones have peace of mind.

Our services include:

  • Personalised care plan
  • Support with long-term planning
  • Medication management
  • Assistance with physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech and language therapy
  • Support with hospital appointments
  • Dietary advice/PEG feeding


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The enquiry process - What to expect

Initial Enquiry

Initial Enquiry

The prospective client or someone acting on their behalf makes an initial enquiry. This can be via a phone call, a call back request or submitting an enquiry form via email. The enquiry is picked up by the office team who will gather the required information and then pass it through to one of our nurse managers

Call Back from Nurse Manager

Call Back from Nurse Manager

One of the experienced nurse managers will give you a call back to discuss the needs in more detail and to provide their expert recommendation on the care that may be required. They will then discuss with you, what Cavendish Homecare may be able to provide, what the cost is and what timescale we would be able to commence your care.

Selection of Staff

Selection of Staff

Once an initial agreement is established, the nursing manager will start working with the bookings team to determine the most suitable nurse and/or carer are best matched with your needs.

Proposed agreement

Proposed agreement

Following the tailored care recommendation and the selection of staff. We ensure you (the client) are happy with the proposed course of action and the care is able to commence. In some cases, an assessment visit may be required and this will be undertaken by one of our nurse managers.

Active Client

Active Client

You will begin receiving outstanding homecare from our team, tailored to your needs. Your care plan will be under constant review to ensure the correct level of care is addressing your needs and being provided at all times.

The prospective client or someone acting on their behalf makes an initial enquiry. This can be via a phone call, a call back request or submitting an enquiry form via email. The enquiry is picked up by the office team who will gather the required information and then pass it through to one of our nurse managers


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Thank you so much for arranging for Arrah to come tonight. She is a such a lovely kind, friendly and totally professional nurse. My sister and I will sleep well tonight knowing our beloved mum is in her safe hands.

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“Mary is lovely to have in the house and a great help so thank you for sending her our way. An absolute blessing for us all and mum in particular.”

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I looked forward to seeing the Registered Nurses everyday and felt safe enough to take the weight of all my medical stuff so that I could use my energy to do things made me feel like me. That’s been a priceless gift and I really am so, so grateful.

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