You aren’t alone. Living well with Alzheimer’s isn’t only possible, it’s practical.
An Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis launches the beginning of a journey of unknowns. Knowing that you don’t have to live alone with Alzheimer’s is one thing you can be certain of. For those with cognitive impairment, the best place to be is at home where you’re most comfortable.
Dementia can be frustrating and isolating. Fedelta caregivers and nurses can alleviate many of the mental and physical barriers that Alzheimer’s can cause.
Under Washington State law, a registered nurse can train a nursing assistant to perform certain tasks (medication administration or blood glucose testing, for example) that are usually restricted to a licensed nurse. This allows many caregivers to assist with tasks that may have become overwhelming or hard to manage.
Fedelta’s team of Care Managers are here to assess your physical, mental, situational and resource needs. Ongoing assessments allow you and your loved one to maintain a clear picture of best next steps. Care Managers are specially trained to notice warning signs that may have been easily overlooked by family members.
Patient-centered goal setting is part of respecting a client’s wishes and medical preferences. Setting and monitoring health care goals help us maintain our dignity and independence while putting safety and health front-and-center of a customized care plan.
Light cleaning and decluttering make our homes safer and more enjoyable spaces. Daily chores can pile up and become more tedious with time. Many of our clients opt to bring in a caregiver to make daily chores more manageable and their homes more organized.