Parkinsons Care at Home

Friendly, trained and trustworthy Parkinsons Care you can rely on to keep your loved one independent and safe in their home.

Mumby’s Outstanding Parkinsons Care at Home

We understand that caring for someone with Parkinsons requires a flexible approach. Symptoms and needs may change throughout the day as well as their progressive nature. Mumby’s live-in care adapts to the changing needs of your loved one whist allowing them to remain in the comfort of their own home.

Parkinsons Live-in Care

Our skilled and highly-trained live-in carers provide practical and emotional support that is tailored to your loved one’s needs. They can help to facilitate your loved one’s ability to cope with Parkinson’s disease in the early stages and as it progresses.

As symptoms develop a live-in carer can help with your loved one’s daily living needs. These include assistance with light domestic duties, personal care and grooming, shopping and preparing healthy and nutritious meals, help with reading and mail, support for outings and mobility, and arrangement of medical appointments and medication.

Being able to stay at home is hugely beneficial to people suffering from Parkinson’s. Remaining in familiar surroundings that are close to family and friends reduces stress and helps to control the condition. In addition, keeping independent, enjoying favourite pastimes and making lifestyle choices can make an enormous difference to a Parkinson’s sufferer.

Our Services

  • Light domestic duties

  • Offering companionship

  • Aid with reading

  • Help with writing letters

  • Organising mail

  • Care for houseplants

  • Outings – social and appointments

  • Support for pets

  • Medication administration

  • Provide reminders/arrange appointments

  • Menu planning/shopping

  • Preparing meals

  • Assistance with eating

  • Monitoring diet and nutrition

  • Personal care/grooming

  • Continence assistance

  • Mobility assistance




Our Carers

Benefits of Companion Care

  • A friendly, constant and trustworthy carer

  • Someone who knows, cares for and befriends your loved one

  • Flexible support as the disease progresses

  • Supportive of complex medication regimes

  • Carers help and share pastimes

  • Boosts confidence, happiness and wellbeing

  • Support with reduced mobility

  • Extra security and fall prevention measure in place at home

  • Reassurance for your family

  • Retains independence and familiarity of a home environment

  • An escort to social events and medical appointments

  • Help with daily tasks if needed including cleaning and housework, making meals, running errands or walking the dog

  • Care to suit your individual needs when you need it

Cost of Parkinsons Live-in Care

Parkinson’s care needs vary from person to person. We conduct a thorough assessment of the level of Parkinson’s care you require, without obligation. With a full understanding of your requirements, we confirm an inclusive weekly fee. Our inclusive fees mean you won’t lose track of costs and they won’t escalate with add-ons.

Respite Care for Family Carers who provide Parkinson’s Care

We understand that caring for someone who has Parkinson’s can be challenging and exhausting and you need some time to look after yourself.

We offer short-term, round the clock Parkinson’s respite live-in care to allow the primary carer to have some much-needed rest and time to themselves.

Why choose Mumby’s live-in care?

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