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Questions & Answers

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Making A Decision About Care For Yourself Or A Loved One Is Never Easy. To Be Comfortable With Your Options, You Need Answers. This Page Give You The Answers You Need. Take At Look At Our Useful Information Pages For More Information About Home Care And The Services We Provide

At Acer Healthcare We Agree A ‘Care Plan’ Which Details Exactly What You Have Agreed With Us During The First Visit. This Is The Worklist For The Care Staff For Each Visit. Care Plans Can Be Modified If You Think You Need To Change The Tasks That The Care Staffs Do During The Visits.

This Will Depend On The Number Of Visits You May Receive. We At Acer Healthcare Will All That Is Possible To Have Your Regular Care Staff To Ensure That You Receive Continuity Of Care. But In The Care Of Emergency And Care Staff Holidays, We Will Have A Replacement Staff. This Will Be Communicated To You From The Office.

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This Depends On Who Is Paying For The Care. We Agree On The Terms Before We Start The Package. We Will Initiate A Bill For The Care Or Service Twice Each Month. If You Wish To Pay By Standing Order (to Save You Having To Remember To Write Out A Cheque) Just Let Us Know. BACs Transfer Or Cheques Are Other Methods Of Payments

We Are Open Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm. There Is An Out Of Hours Service For Any Urgent Issues About Your Care, Manned Daily Between 7am – 10pm. The Service Is Available Between – 7am And 10pm Seven Days Per Week.
Parkinson Care

Parkinson As Care By Acer Healthcare

Parkinson's Is A Progressive Neurological Condition. This Means That It Causes Problems In The Brain And Gets Worse Over Time.

What Is Parkinson âs Disease

  • The Three Main Symptoms Of Parkinson As Disease Are:
  • Involuntary Shaking Of Particular Parts Of The Body (tremors)
  • Slow Movement
  • Stiff And Inflexible Muscles
  • A Person With Parkinson âs Disease Can Also Experience A Wide Range Of Other Physical And Psychological Symptoms, Including:
  • Depression And Anxiety
  • Balance Problems – This May Increase The Chance Of A Fall
  • Loss Of Sense Of Smell
  • Problems Sleeping
  • Memory Problems

Most People With This Progressive Condition Prefer To Remain In Their Own Home For As Long As Possible, Rather Than Move To Residential Care Or Nursing Homes.

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