Posted June 22, 2021
in Home Care
We have partnered with Crown Health to provide in-home primary care services. Now you don't have to leave your home to visit a doctor.
Please allow our specially trained Parkinson’s in-home care team to assist you in remaining safely and comfortably in your own home while managing the effects of Parkinson’s disease on your life. Following a comprehensive Parkinson’s assessment completed by a Fedelta Care Manager, you will be assigned specially trained caregivers who are supervised and supported by the 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 Care Manager.
Our Care Managers are also available to put together a Parkinson’s care plan that can be followed by family caregivers. This can include in-person training and support for those family caregivers as well. Ask us more about this personalized program.
Key aspects of Parkinson's Disease care throughout Washington:
Our Parkinson's Disease Care in Washington is focused on your individual needs with attention to maintaining safety, independence, comfort, dignity and purpose. Our Parkinson’s caregivers will address progressive motor symptoms of balance impairment, rigidity, and tremor; as well as cognitive symptoms ranging from mild memory loss to dementia, sleep disturbances, speech or swallowing difficulty. Ongoing assessment ensures that necessary Parkinson’s safety provisions or physical modifications within the home are made and caregiver reminders and assistance are altered when needed to maintain your highest level of safety, comfort and participation in daily activities of your choice.
Specialized care addressing needs of people living with Parkinson's includes:
Contact us for more information about our Parkinson's Disease Care in Seattle, Washington.
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