What is Palliative Care?
When the doctor first utters the words hospice or palliative care, many people freeze. No one wants to hear those words used in reference to their loved one. It’s scary and often families have no idea what this means. Instead of ...
How Your Home can WORK for you?
Do you ever get the feeling that you are working for your home? I am not talking about the many years you spend paying for your home. The question is how often do you find that your home makes every day ...
The Association offers programs and services specifically designed to ease the caregiver’s burden. Our patient and family services director will make a home visit to help with determining what resources would be helpful. She will also assess your home environment for any physical obstacles, such as loose rugs, that could cause a fall.
When the patient requires adaptive assistance, such as a wheelchair or walker, we have you covered. Our inventory consists of U-Step walkers, light-weight wheelchairs and canes.
Help is a phone call away with our Information and Referral Helpline. Staffed by a licensed clinical social worker with over 12 years of experience working with Parkinson patients, she is there to answer most non-medical questions pertaining to the disease.
Caregivers need support too. We offer caregiver support groups in Denver. Click here to find a support group today.