Finding a suitable care home for your loved one is never an easy task. When there are so many to choose from, how do you know that you’re finding a suitable home to fit all your needs and requirements? It is especially important in instances where your loved one requires extra care, for example if they live with signs of dementia, multiple sclerosis (MS) or Parkinson’s disease.

In this article, we highlight the effects that Parkinson’s disease can have on your loved one, as well as reasons why Country Lodge could be the care home in West Sussex that you’re looking for.

What is Parkinson’s disease?

In case you weren’t aware, Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system disorder that specifically targets movement. Although Parkinson’s disease can’t be cured, medications and excellent elderly nursing care can help to significantly improve the symptoms and quality of life.

Signs and symptoms to look out for include;

How can we help?

At Country Lodge Care Home near Worthing, West Sussex, we offer elderly care to a range of patients, including for those living with Parkinson’s. Our team of fully qualified nurses are well equipped to help your loved one live well in a friendly, and supportive environment.

Activities that we can help with include: 

Arrange a showround at Country Lodge Care Home

If you’re looking for a care home in West Sussex, why don’t you contact Country Lodge? We know that we have the expertise and standards to help your loved one if they’re living with Parkinson’s disease.

Did you know we also specialise in care for the following patients:

The best way to get a feel for our ethos and home is by coming for a visit. We can introduce you to some of our staff, as well as show you our facilities and rooms. Phone us on 01903 830600 or email for more information.

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