Posted May 12, 2021
in Home Care
Lou Billmyer, current Interim CEO of Fedelta Home Care, has been named the permanent CEO of the Seattle-based home care company.
Fedelta’s Personal Care & Physical Assistance services are geared toward seniors and others who need help around the house. This level of physical assistance care complements our Companionship & Homemaking services by offering assistance with personal care, safety, and mobility. These personal care and physical assistance services are available on an hourly basis, overnight, or on a 24/7 live-in basis.
Our physical assistance in-home caregivers understand the sensitivity of personal care and will be compassionate and respectful. Starting personal care management in Northwest Washington will make sure your loved one is living safely and comfortably in their own home.
Clients tell us that after our personal care services in Seattle, Washington, begin, their loved ones are more cheerful, energetic, and optimistic—and sometimes even mentally sharper. Adult children are relieved and grateful that their parents are being expertly cared for in a warm and loving way, and peace of mind comes from knowing that their loved one is getting the physical assistance in Northwest Washington that they need. Tensions are eased among family members, and everyone's stress level is reduced. As the adult daughter of an elderly client recently told us, "I feel like I can relax and just be a daughter again."
Personal Care Management and Physical Assistance in Northwest WA Includes All of our Companionship & Homemaking Services, plus:
Contact one of Fedelta’s Family Care Advisors today and learn more about our personal care services in Seattle, Washington. Personal Care & Physical Assistance services for clients in Seattle, Bellevue, Everett, Federal Way, Bainbridge Island, and throughout the Puget Sound region. If your loved one requires nursing care, please see our Nursing Care services.
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.