Posted January 29, 2021
in Elderly Care
There will come a time when your parents need help, but they may resist it. Instead of fighting them, this is what to do if your aging parents don't want help.
Overseeing the care, health, and well-being of your loved one is time-consuming, challenging, and an all-encompassing experience that affects every aspect of your life. Our Care Managers develop a comprehensive care plan that offers you and your family a clear direction of how to proceed today and in the future. It is specific, practical and offers short and long-term care plans, recommendations, resources, and how to avoid a crisis.
Furthermore, family dynamics sometimes cause families to “over care,” “under care,” or not recognize the need for care. It’s important that a credentialed professional outside of the family helps to determine the senior's care, so that emotional needs, denial, or even love does not interfere in the process. As a professional care manager, we serve as an objective professional in both assessing the needs, making recommendations, implementing services, and monitoring care as those needs change.
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.
Posted January 15, 2021
in Senior Housing Placement
Older adults need certain accommodations in their living situation to ensure safety. Check out these ways to make your home safer for your aging parents.