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Care for Lou Gehrig’s Disease/ ALS for Seniors and elderly in Beverly Hills, California


Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a neurodegenerative disease that attacks the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. The disease moves progressively, affecting motor neurons which allow the body to initiate and control muscle movements. A-1 Home Care provides Beverly Hills In Home Caregivers for elders and adults with early to late stage ALS. We have excellent Beverly Hills Lou Gehrig’s Caregivers who can tailor their caregiving style to accommodate a patient with disability, muscle weakness and paralysis.


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Early symptoms of ALS often affect muscle groups in the body. Typically, a Lou Gehrig’s patient displays trouble swallowing, speaking, breathing and moving their limbs. A-1 Home Care provides adaptive services such as soft meal preparation and bathing assistance to best suit a loved one with ALS.

A-1 Home Care provides skillful and affordable service in Los Angeles and Orange County. We provide care for live-in and hourly arrangements in the cities of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Glendale, Santa Monica, Hollywood, Culver City, Brentwood, Studio City and Orange County. Call our round the clock phone lines to arrange a meeting with a compatible caregiver.

To arrange affordable in home Elder Care, call 310-657-8780


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