Find Specialized Support And A Fulfilling Lifestyle
Affecting nearly one million people in the United States and more than six million people worldwide, Parkinson’s disease is widespread – yet many seniors and their families experiencing the disease feel alone in their struggle. At Longleaf Bee Cave, you’re not alone. We provide specialized Parkinson’s care to help with the neurological difficulties your loved one is experiencing, tailored to each individual’s symptoms and progression.
Though no case of Parkinson’s disease looks exactly alike, it commonly causes or exacerbates other health conditions, including: cognitive and psychological changes, movement and mobility issues, heightened risk of fall, sleep abnormalities, difficulty swallowing, weight loss and difficulty communicating. Movement disorders can make simple everyday tasks, like maneuvering around the house, frustrating and potentially even unsafe. With Parkinson’s care at Longleaf, residents receive a customized care plan, as well as help with daily needs, such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation and transportation to the doctor. Additionally, our nursing staff is on site 24 hours a day-7 days a week, and each residence is equipped with a wireless nurse-call system should an emergency arise.
Through the compassionate assistance of our specially trained caregivers, your loved one is more easily able to engage in socialization opportunities and take part in our community’s holistic wellness programming, social events and recreational activities. It’s a trustworthy support network that helps each resident make the most of their physical and cognitive abilities, with team members always on hand to assist according to their unique needs and treat them as family would.
Although the medical community has yet to find a cure for Parkinson’s disease, we believe quality of life can be improved at every stage through specialized, person-centered Parkinson’s care. We’re committed to surpassing your expectations at Longleaf Bee Cave – all within a bright, warm and nurturing place for your loved one to call home.