Posted March 30, 2021
in Home Care
This quick 12 question self-test will help help you evaluate if one of your loved ones might benefit from in-home care. For your privacy, no test answers are recorded.
Fedelta understands the needs of your family’s medically-fragile child. Our guidance and support provide hope, peace of mind, and normalcy.
We provide specialized services for children with complex medical needs including tracheostomy and ventilator dependence, and with hospital-to-home transitions.
Our complete holistic approach includes the family as an integral part of the medical team, focusing on complete quality of care, reducing hospital trips, educating the family on treatment options, and connecting with the family on a personal level.
We help exceptional children remain in the comfort of home, function independently, interact socially, participate in life’s activities, and reach full potential through our family and nursing care solutions.
Here are examples of our Pediatric Nursing services:
We provide leading pediatric home care nursing throughout Seattle, Washington, that allows you to have confidence and be at ease knowing your loved ones are in good care. Our goal is to create peace of mind through tough times of uncertainty so you can focus on your family and loved ones. No matter what type of situation you are in, we have many in-home pediatric nursing care services available that can make a huge difference in the care for your little one. Experience quality pediatric home care nursing in Seattle, Washington, with our specialized services and dedicated team ready to help.
Please download our Home Care Checklist HERE.
Please read more about our in-home nursing services throughout Seattle, Washington, HERE.
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.
Posted February 19, 2021
in Care Management
You want the safest situation for your high-needs baby, so prepare yourself ahead of time. These are the top things to know when bringing home your NICU baby.