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  • Richard

    We have never had such a large amount of support from a Live In care Agency before, thank you.

  • Richard

    really efficient, obliges no matter what. Want to stay with agency. Very, very happy.

  • Richard

    Jean is very good, takes us out all the time shopping and appointments.

  • Richard

    All the girls that have come into our lives are lovely, every one of them. You provide great training too. I wouldn’t trust the care of our child to anyone else.


Multiple Sclerosis Care

PA Care are a passionate advocate of multiple sclerosis care (MS care) and we are dedicated to helping each person to enjoy lives that are as independent, active, and fulfilled as possible.

We know that multiple sclerosis (MS) affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord, causing problems with muscle movement, balance and vision. We understand that self-care means you take responsibility for your own health and wellbeing, with support. We aim to support you in the activities you need us for to help you to stay fit, maintain good physical and mental health, to have a better quality of life, and be more active and independent. In this way we have previously ensured support for our clients who have this multiple sclerosis.

For more information about our MS care do call us on 01727 891004 or email us now.

What is included with our live in multiple sclerosis services?

Our market leading multiple sclerosis care is an affordable alternative to moving into a care home. People continue to live at home but with full time help always on hand.

Our multiple sclerosis care includes:

  • An MS care plan tailored to individual needs
  • Help with personal care and household tasks
  • Full time care provided by a live in carer who lives in the home 24/7
  • Care, support and companionship

What is multiple sclerosis?

Multiple sclerosis is a neurological condition which affects around 100,000 people in the United Kingdom. Most people are diagnosed between the ages of 20 to 40, but it can affect older and younger people too. Almost twice as many women have MS than men.

Multiple Sclerosis affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord. The nerves in these areas are surrounded by a protein called myelin, which helps signals from the brain get to the rest of the body. The myelin becomes damaged in people with MS because the immune system mistakes it for something that shouldn’t be there and attacks it. This means signals from the brain struggle to get through properly.

For more information about MS visit the Multiple Sclerosis Society website by clicking here.


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