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Aug 23 2017

Careful diabetic monitoring can help guarantee you or your loved one a satisfying, healthy life. Here are some easy, practical tips for better diabetic monitoring. read more

Jul 19 2017

No matter their age, those dealing with multiple sclerosis can maintain a satisfying lifestyle. Here are some tips for both patients and their caregivers. read more

Oct 02 2015

Provail's mission and dedication to support those living with disabilities. read more

Sep 18 2015

Inspired by her grandmother who had Alzheimer's, Sha Yao researched, designed, and crowd funded EatWell, dishware for elderly people suffering from Alzheimer's and Dementia. read more

Aug 20 2015

Every 67 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer's disease. One in three seniors dies with the disease of another form of dementia. It is the sixth leading cause of death in the country and with an aging population, its impact on society will continue to grow. read more

Aug 19 2015

Although most people associate Alzheimer's with the elderly, the Alzheimer's Association estimates that as many as 200,000 Americans under the age of 65 have the disease – referred to as early-onset Alzheimer's. While all diagnoses of Alzheimer's are devastating, early-onset is particularly cruel as it affects people at a point in their lives when they are often at their peak of their careers and raising a family. read more

Aug 18 2015

Our memories help shape who we are as a person. They bring joy, inform our decision making and provide a course for the future. So receiving a diagnosis of a disease that may take much of that away can be terrifying. A future that once seemed effortless suddenly becomes uncertain. It can be hard to know where to begin to deal with the challenges that lie ahead. read more

Jul 15 2015

Last summer, July 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge became a viral campaign for the ALS community. read more

Jul 06 2015

Heart disease impacts my family on a very personal level. read more

May 28 2015

Fedelta wants to help take care of family, and it means a lot to our company when our caregivers become part of your family. read more

May 13 2015

Quality care starts with understanding the patient and being aware of the disease the patient is living with. read more

Apr 23 2015

Below we will discuss some ways to avoid these diabetes complications by taking extra caution with your health. read more

Apr 15 2015

Most of us are aware of the benefits that exercise provide to our bodies. But what about our minds? Does physical activity make our brains healthier? Research says the answer is an overwhelming "Yes!" Learn more about how exercise helps your brain stay healthy. read more

Dec 09 2014

Caring for loved ones who are suffering from Parkinson´s, Alzheimer´s, and other chronic diseases requires constant attention and assessment. read more

Oct 03 2014

SEATTLE, WA - Fedelta Care Solutions, along with the Northwest Parkinson's Foundation (NWPF), is pleased to announce a collaboration between their two organizations which aims to better support those affected by Parkinson's. This collaboration offers complimentary educational booklets focusing on those individuals providing in home care. read more

Oct 01 2014

Feeling lost, a husband called Fedelta to discuss housing options for his 63 year old wife. Several years ago, his wife had been diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia. Since then, he has struggled to take care of her in their home. He shared with us that he and his wife have been married for 40 years and were fortunate to travel all over the world. read more

Sep 10 2014

Does that sound odd or frivolous to you?  It is a widely recognized phenomenon used for years to enhance cognitive development.  Most notably recent use of music has helped Gabby Giffords, former read more

Aug 06 2014

On behalf of her parents, a daughter called to set up in-home care. Her 68 year old father had recently suffered a stroke, and she was concerned about him managing his overall health with his mild dementia. Her 58 year old mother, was in general good health, but was in need of respite care. The daughter had made it very clear that although her parents have different needs, they did not want to be seperated by a nursing home. read more

Jul 30 2014

A 57 year old psychiatrist contacted Fedelta hoping for a solution; she has a degenerative condition called Lou Gehrig's disease. Being privy to her condition she knew that she was going to need full time care. She did not want to move into a nursing home and it was vital her husband continued to work. She was wheelchair bound and had a hospital bed set up as well as a shower chair. She had also told us that a feeding tube was also in her distant future. read more

Jul 23 2014

A son called concerned about the care that his 87 year old father was receiving. The family had decided to hire an uncertified caregiver to save money on in-home care.The son went on to explain that the caregiver had clipped his fingernails so short that he had developed a serious infection. We reassured the son that every Fedelta caregiver is certified and that we could ensure that his father received proper care. read more


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