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About Empress Home Care Services Empress Home Care Services opened its doors in 2016 with the idea to provide non-medical home care to those that want to remain in the comfort of their home.

 

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Located in BAKERY SQUARE

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Home Care for ALS, MS & Parkinson’s

In Home Care For Individuals Living With ALS, MS And Parkinson’s

Empress Home Care specializes in finding professional, compassionate caregivers to help families and individuals with neuromuscular conditions such as ALS, MS and Parkinson’s. Home care, respite care, and other solutions like live-in care 24-hour care, or overnight care can help relieve the pressure on family members to be both family and caretakers to their loved ones with neuromuscular conditions.

In Home Care for ALS

ALS can create a huge challenge when it comes to day-to-day activities. But living with ALS doesn’t have to mean giving up your dignity and independence. If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with ALS, compassionate in-home caregivers can help manage a wide range of household chores, personal care routines, and errands.

In Home Care for Multiple Sclerosis

The progression and severity of MS varies from person to person, but many people with MS need some level of support for personal care functions. Sometimes the responsibility of care falls to loved ones or family members, and can place significant strain on important relationships.

Professional caregivers can help those with advanced MS live a rich and rewarding life while remaining in their own home.

In Home Care Parkinson’s

The first Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) affected by Parkinson’s disease typically include the ability to dress, walk, and get in and out of bed. While treatment for Parkinson’s disease can provide dramatic relief from symptoms, later stages may require additional support at home. You can request a caregiver who has experience or specialized training in providing care for individuals with Parkinson’s disease.