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Multiple Sclerosis Home Care in Santa Monica, CA


MS Treatment for Adults and Seniors

Because the cause of Multiple Sclerosis isn’t known, anyone between the ages of 20 to 40 can develop this debilitating nerve disease. It’s very difficult to even diagnose MS because the symptoms come and go and vary from person to person. While not every person diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis will end up in a wheelchair, symptoms may include numbness, weakness, double vision, loss of central vision, eye pain, slurred speech, tingling or pain in parts of your body, tremors, poor coordination, unsteady gait, dizziness and fatigue. Once nerve damage has occurred it is irreversible but with treatments and support you can continue living your life, your way.

Around the Clock In Home Care Services

If you or a loved one has Multiple Sclerosis and needs in home care services to help with activities of daily living, call A-1 Home Care. Our wonderful and caring Medical Assistants, Companions, Caregivers and Home Helpers can assist with bathing, toiletry, cooking, cleaning, transportation, lifting /transferring, pet care, shopping, laundry, changing bed linens and much more. We have served ill, disabled, handicapped, elderly and seniors living in Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Venice and other cities in Los Angeles and Orange County since 1991. We are Licensed, Bonded and Insured and provide in home care for diabetics, arthritis pain, dementia, heart attacks, after surgery and post stroke recovery. Whether you need homecare a few hours a day or around the clock live in care, A-1 Home Care can help.

Call 310-657-8780 for multiple sclerosis home care today!


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