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.
As the end of life approaches, each person’s story is unique. Fedelta Home Care will walk alongside you and your loved one in hopes to understand and provide the best end-of-life care in Northwest Washington.
It’s hard to know what to expect while searching for someone to provide comfort and manage pain. The decision to go on hospice care can cause a lot of anxiety for everyone involved. Our hope is that we can step in to help with medical care for your loved one so you can focus on spending quality-time with them.
With the ultimate goal of preventing or reducing suffering while spending the final days in the comfort of one's home, professionally-trained caregivers will provide essential support to a dying person and his or her family during end-of-life comfort care in Northwest Washington.
Fedelta's caregivers also help to facilitate activities that enrich the person’s life, while respecting the person’s wishes. These activities can be discussed during the assessment with your care manager.
We are there, acting as an extension of your family, to provide the comfort care so essential at the end-of-life. Learn more below about our care management goals to provide the essential comfort during end-of-life care in Northwest Washington.
Nutrition and Hydration
Reduce stress & anxiety
Don’t hesitate to contact us at your earliest convenience to learn more about our end-of-life comfort care in Northwest Washington.
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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in Disease Management
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