A diagnosis of MS doesn’t have to stop you, or a loved one, from continuing to live the lifestyle you want. With an award-winning compassionate care company to provide one-to-one support, our clients with MS can live fulfilling independent lives, and remain in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes.
Multiple sclerosis (MS), is an autoimmune disease that damages the protective myelin sheath of nerves. As MS progresses, the myelin sheath starts to break down and problems happen with the signals. Nerve fibres become damaged and die off, lesions can grow on the brain, and spinal cord and bodily functions are affected.
The chronic condition can make daily tasks like walking difficult. Common symptoms that MS clients struggle with daily include fatigue, pain, and cognitive changes. However, with the right support, they can live long, independent and fruitful lives.
Older adults with multiple sclerosis (MS) are living with a health condition that comes with a lot of uncertainty and change. That can make life very challenging for them as well as their loved ones.
We have access to the very best advice from our team of highly-respected in-house medical professionals, so if specialist care is needed, we make sure your loved one receives the very best.
We believe that it’s important to maintain your independence and focus your time on the little things that make you happy and we’ll do everything we can to allow you to do so.
We are passionate about live-in care. Our initial assessments and discussions with the family mean that we can get the level of care just right. Our carers are chosen for their kind, compassionate nature as well as for their skills and experience.
Here at Ashridge Home Care, we also work in association with Chilterns Neuro Centre, a charity based in Buckinghamshire that has been supporting people with MS for over 35 years.
People with MS can live normal lives for several years before the disease causes a level of disability that requires specialist live-in home care.
It may be time to consider live-in care if you’re experiencing:
A live-in carer will help you or your loved one with daily tasks and give you back your independence.
Daily tasks that your carer will help you with are:
“99% of live-in clients say the care they receive helps them have a better quality of life.” Live-In Care Hub’s new quality of life study. Having a carer you can trust means that you don’t have to face the challenges that MS brings alone, this can give you the confidence to live your life the way you want.
There are many benefits to live-in care for MS clients, including:
If you’d like to discuss your situation, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us for a free, no-obligation discussion.
Our specialist live-in care services can be tailored to a variety of conditions thanks to our expert team. These include: dementia, Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy and cancer. We can also care for those who’ve experienced a stroke or need rehabilitation care after illness or surgery. For those who’ve received a terminal diagnosis, our palliative care allows you to continue your life in comfort whilst our respite care can give loved ones a break.
If you or your relative has been diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis (MS), you need to know what to expect. Get the answers to all of your questions so that you can make informed decisions about diagnosis, treatment, therapies and care support available.
Ashridge provided an emergency placement for me when I needed a live-in carer on 24hrs notice. This was a godsend to me as my mother had advanced Alzheimer’s and my Dad had been rushed into hospital. I really appreciated the professional approach from all the staff I dealt with and felt very supported. Ashridge found me a first class carer who was able to provide wonderful live-in care for both my parents allowing them to spend a few more months together in their home of 35 years. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Ashridge and live-in care.
Choosing care is a huge decision and not something that you should take lightly. Some of these conversations can be tricky and it’s our job to make sure you feel as comfortable as possible.
We are more than happy to visit you and your family at home to discuss your situation and consider the options available to you.
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