Is Hospice only for the last few days of life?
Is choosing Hospice giving up?
When is the right time to ask about Hospice?
Who initiates Hospice services?
Where can hospice take care of my loved one?
- Private Home
- Family Member’s Home
- Assisted Living
- Independent Living
- Long-Term Care/Nursing Facility
- Adult Foster Care
What happens if the loved one on Hospice cannot stay at home anymore?
How is Hospice paid for?
At Stoneleigh Residence, while Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance cover the medical portion of hospice care there is a room and board fee. Some insurances do cover this fee and we can help you determine your need.
Isn’t hospice just one big company across Michigan?
Though all hospices take care of people at end of life there are over 25 different hospices in the Lansing area. You do have a choice! Ionia Area Hospice is your community hospice and we are non-profit. As the oldest hospice in the area, we’ve seen many changes. While our technology and training have changed to match the times, our philosophy remains the same—to provide the best care possible for those in our community. Our nurses, social workers, volunteers, and staff are your friends, neighbors, and co-workers.