The J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice is an alternative to hospice care provided in your home or in a traditional hospital setting. The residential hospice will remind you of a comfortable home in a peaceful neighborhood. There's a landscaped welcoming area that provides safe access around the clock. And we offer a wide range of amenities to make you feel at home:
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Your care team will work closely with your doctor to meet your physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Along with support provided by nurses, home health aides and social workers, your care could include:
Certified massage therapists can help manage pain, reduce stress, and improve circulation or mobility. Sessions are adapted to meet your comfort level.
Certified music therapists use a variety of music to provide physical, emotional and social comfort.
Therapy pets can help improve emotional and physical conditions, loneliness, depression and loss of mobility. Certified therapists can provide sessions with therapy pets to meet your needs.
Our chaplains provide compassionate support that is inclusive of your personal and spiritual beliefs. Chaplains work with patients and their loved ones from all faith affiliations, religions and cultural backgrounds.
We offer families many grief counseling options throughout the year after the death of a loved one.
Caring volunteers from the community are available to you as helping hands, companions and sympathetic listeners.
The J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice is designed for patients with a life-limiting illness who need professional around-the-clock care. For more information, call 651-635-9173 or 1-800-261-0879.
"The Wedum House was absolutely awesome and the staff was phenomenal. We placed mom there for her final days, sight unseen...it was way more than our expectations."
Daughter, Wedum Hospice patient
Volunteers are needed to give of their time and talents at the Wedum Hospice. Flexible schedules available. Learn more.
The J.A. Wedum Residential Hospice is a Medicare certified facility. Hospice care is covered by most insurers, including Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers. Room and board expenses are separate from the hospice care billed to insurance. Generally, room and board expenses are paid by patients or their families. More information on payment and insurance information.