Multiple Sclerosis Care

Overcome the challenges of living with Multiple sclerosis with our support

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For Families and Individuals Seeking Home Care Services

    What Is Multiple Sclerosis Care?

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a health condition that affects the brain and spinal cord. There are many symptoms of MS. The most common ones are Problems with arm or leg movements, problems with balance and vision problems. Because MS symptoms are different for everyone, we tailor a unique MS care plan to you. We will discuss with you all your symptoms and how often they arise. Giving us a clear picture of your condition and allowing us to provide you with the appropriate care.

    Esteem Multiple Sclerosis Home Care

    In addition to MS medication, home care can be a great option to assist you in living a fulfilled and independent life. Here at Esteem we are experienced in providing MS support. All our carers are trained and qualified to assist with all types of Multiple Sclerosis symptoms.

    Your Specialist MS Care at Home Plan Can Include:

    • Medication assistance – We will remind you to take your medication at the right times so you can manage your symptoms.
    • Personal care – We can offer support with dressing, showering and bathing.
    • Meal planning and food preparation – We can tailor meal plans that include foods and recipes that are easy to swallow. Additionally, we can also cook nutritious meals for you.
    • Speech support – If you need help arranging appointments over the phone then we can do that for you. Whether it’s booking a doctor’s appointment or a haircut we can help out. Certain exercises can help strengthen jaw muscles helping with speech and swallowing. Your carer can provide motivation and establish an exercise routine for you.
    • Housekeeping – We can provide assistance to keep your house a clean and hazard-free environment. Fall prevention is important when your mobility is reduced. We will make sure your house is easy to move around.
    • Exercise and activity assistance – Staying active and having a hobby can help improve your mood. Certain exercises are great for helping with MS related fatigue and muscle stiffness. We will work with you to create an exercise plan that is enjoyable.
    • Companionship – We understand that living with a medical condition can be emotional at times. We provide emotional support and companionship, whether it’s a chat over a cup of tea or doing a jigsaw together.

    Arrange Home Care With Us

    Our specialist “Your Choice, Your Care, Your Complete Solution” care packages exist to make your life easier.  Through your whole journey with us, we will listen to you every step of the way. We are professional and compassionate people that will enable you to stay in the comfort of our own home.

    Get in touch with us today to enquire about Multiple sclerosis in-home care. All you have to do is email, call or book a consultation with us today to start your Esteem care journey.

    Multiple Sclerosis Care FAQs

    What is multiple sclerosis?2021-10-20T14:35:54+01:00

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a health condition that affects the brain and spinal cord. Ms is an autoimmune disease caused by your immune system mistakenly attacking the brain and spinal cord. Your immune system attacks the myelin sheath, a layer that surrounds your nerves and allows electrical signals to travel from the brain to the rest of your body.

    Common symptoms of MS include fatigue, mobility problems, incontinence and muscle stiffness.

    What are the care needs of someone with MS?2021-10-27T12:24:43+01:00

    Everyone’s experience of living with MS is different. The severity of your symptoms will determine how much care you will benefit from.

    The common care needs of someone living with MS is personal care. Incontinence and mobility problems are common symptoms of MS. Meaning people with MS may need help with bathing, dressing and toileting. Mobility problems can also make tasks that involve leaving the house challenging such as shopping and attending appointments. Accompanying someone with MS when they leave the house can be greatly beneficial to them and ensure their safety.

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