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Pictured above: Adeline & Harvey Laudenbach
Hospice care is often viewed as a last resort for the dying, but the journey through hospice is often transformative for both the patient and their family as featured in this beautiful story.
Author: Kent Erdahl
Karin Pauly was her mother’s caregiver and go-to person for 14 years and throughout the final stages of her life. Through all of life’s demands, she realized navigating this journey came with lots of unknowns. From this, a passion to educated others and caringfornancy.com was born. Karin became familiar with Quiet Oaks when her SIL was a resident here and asked us to be part of her blog.
Pictured above: Betsy & Allen Kind
Though complicated by COVID-19, end-of-life programs are helping more people to define a “good death.”
By KEVYN BURGER Special to the Star Tribune OCTOBER 16, 2020
Sharing life’s hardships: A bittersweet story of life and death
Quiet Oaks is a residential home for residents and families facing terminal illness. At Quiet Oaks, we provide an experience that honors and respects the dignity
of our residents and their families by focusing on a team approach to provide comfort and support for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Quiet Oaks is a 501(c)(3) Tax ID 20-3905841