Healing Touch and Quiet Oaks

Ginny Green, Director of Nursing at Quiet Oaks, helped present research studies and results on Healing Touch at the Minnesota Network of Hospice and Palliative Care in April. This conference brings together Hospice and Palliative care providers from Minnesota and 14 other states. As Ginny pointed out, “Minnesota is a front runner in the hospice […]

Other ways that your donation can go even further…

You may not have thought about these ways to increase the impact of your support to Quiet Oaks. Ask your employer whether they are one of the thousands of companies who offer matching dollars for employee donations or volunteer hours. Join our Oak Tree Society- a special sustaining member group that provides annual gifts in […]

Your Loved One is Approaching End-of-Life. Know Your Hospice Care Options

Karin Pauly was her mother’s caregiver and go-to person for 14 years and throughout the final stages of her life.  Through all the demands of having a family, a full-time job, and care giving, Karin realized that navigating this journey came with lots of unknowns.  From this, a passion to educate others on caregiver resources […]

Quiet Oaks offers peace during a difficult time

As a child, being a ‘grown-up’ looked quite enticing. Bedtime — your choice! Snacks whenever. Get money from a job and buy whatever you want. How great is that? Now that I’ve been pretending to be an adult for decades, I know the truth: Reality. Responsibility. And, come Oct. 15, real estate taxes. There’s another […]

I would like to thank you all…..

Dear Quiet Oaks – I would like to thank you all, nurses, staff, volunteers and hospice for the most wonderful care my husband and I received from all of you loving & caring people.  There are not enough words to express my sincere gratitude.  I love each & every one of you.  I miss him […]

KARE 11’s beautiful story about Quiet Oaks

Hospice care is often viewed as a last resort for the dying, which many people avoid until the very end, but the journey through hospice is often transformative for both the patient and their family as featured in this beautiful story about Quiet Oaks.