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Residential hospice

  • Residential hospice care is provided when care is needed 24 hours a day. It is offered in a freestanding facility that has a home-like setting. Residential hospice is a good option when:

    • family and friends are not able to provide care at home but want their loved one to be in a home-like setting
    • the patient does not have any family or friends nearby to care for him or her
    • the caregiver needs a break from his or her caregiving responsibilities. Hospice patients can stay up to 5 days for respite care.

    A residential hospice can give peace to spouses, family and friends who cannot provide the round-the-clock care their loved ones need, but want to honor their loved one's request to be in a home-like setting. It can provide a caring alternative when caregiving at home is no longer an option.

    Homestead Hospice House (Owatonna, Minnesota)


    Homestead Hospice House is a state-licensed, eight-bed residential hospice located in Owatonna, Minnesota.

    To arrange a tour, please call 507-446-0936.

    J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice (Brooklyn Park, Minnesota)


    The J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice is a state- and Medicare-licensed 12-bed residential hospice in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.

    More about J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice

    To arrange a tour, please call 763-236-2950.