We are Northern Virgina’s premier Parkinson’s Care Provider
Owner Sue Roll with her mom & dad (who has Parkinson’s) at the Walk-Off for the PFNCA (Parkinson Foundation National Capital Area).
The team at Old Dominion Home Care is dedicated to supporting the Parkinson community with the best quality of care. Our nurses and caregivers are trained specifically in the best practices of Parkinson’s Care. We know that each person with Parkinson’s disease is unique and that symptoms change from day to day. For this reason, we have developed a specialized Parkinson’s training program. From moderate assistance to full-time care, we work with your family to create a plan that is customized to your specific needs.
Range of Motion Exercises & Ambulation Assistance
Help maintain good nutrition, hydration, and safe eating habits
Reinforce Strong Voice, PT/OT or physician orders
Medication On-Time Reminders
Assistance with bathing, hygiene & grooming
We are committed to reducing hospitalizations & falls
Providing transportation to events, appointments & therapy.
We are a local, family owned and operated business, NOT a national company or franchise.
All of our caregivers are employees, NOT independent contractors.
The majority of our caregivers have a valid driver's license, carry auto insurance, and have had their driving record reviewed. ALL employees are drug screened pre-employment.
We are licensed by the Virginia Department of Health, have general & professional liability insurance and worker’s compensation insurance.
Services are available as little as 15 hours per week, or up to 24/7 care every day of the year.
We have one of our employees on-call 24/7 to answer the phones, we do not use a calling service.
All of our employees receive monthly caregiver training.
Plus You'll Receive The Old Dominion Home Care Lifeline Program
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First let me thank you and your wonderful staff for all the support you have given me both when Bob was alive and since he passed away. Each of the caregivers who came into our home treated him with respect, kindness and dignity. He very much enjoyed their visits, and the fact that it meant I had some free time. Each one with their own personality brought life into his day whether it was through helping him with dressing, exercises, taking walks, eating or chatting.
I was very moved to see that you all made a donation to the UVA Department of Neurology in him memory. I went to UVA and while Bob was from New Hampshire, he really loved UVA and the time we spent there through the years. He always wore his UVA hat and was proud that his wife had gone to a school he so much admired. As we learned about the research UVA was doing on Parkinson’s, it was another reason to love and support UVA. We knew that he would probably not benefit from the research, but could only hope that some of the many folks we had met with Parkinson’s would benefit.
Keep doing the great job you are doing providing caregivers in Northern Virginia.