Posted December 31, 2019
in Home Care
Up to 70% of Americans over the age of 65 will need some type of long-term care in their lifetime. But it can be tricky to determine when it's the right time to look into in-home care....
Please allow our specially trained in-home care team of caregivers and nurses to assist you in management of your heart failure. With medication compliance and prompt symptom management you can continue living in your home, enjoying the comfort of familiar surroundings, maintaining your daily routine and avoiding hospitalizations and ER visits.
Key aspects of care:
Following a comprehensive assessment completed by an RN Care Manager, you will be assigned specially trained caregivers who are supervised and supported by the RN Care Manager who will also provide nursing care as needed in accordance with the care plan established by you, your medical team and Fedelta's RN Care Manager.
Specialized care addressing needs of people living with heart failure includes:
Assistance with maintenance of personal Self-Care Plan including: symptoms, medications, diet, weight and exercise.
Monitoring and documentation of vital signs and weight.
Medication management and education.
Education about and monitoring of worsening symptoms.
Communication with medical care team to ensure prompt response to changes in condition to prevent ER visit or hospitalization.
Care plan revisions as needed.
Assistance with grocery shopping and meal preparation following low sodium and low cholesterol guidelines as prescribed.
Encouragement and supervision of appropriate physical activity/exercise.
Assistance with personal care and grooming.
Encouragement, prompts and assistance as needed to maintain participation in meaningful activities; making modifications when necessary.
Accompany client to medical appointments
Every day, we hear from happy clients who tell us they're glad they trusted Fedelta with this important decision. We invite you to see what they have to say.
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in Care Management
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