Our Home

Our home is a place of comfort and warmth for patients and their families.

Located in a quiet residential neighborhood in Edina, MN, Little Hospice looks and feels like a cozy yet spacious suburban home. The aromas of homemade food and fresh-baked cookies often greet visitors and families as they walk in the door, and the homey kitchens, living rooms, and fireplaces help everyone feel a sense of belonging. We take pride in our home—because we want our patients to feel like it’s their home, too.

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Little Hospice is a welcoming place for all.

Families and friends of patients may visit our home at any time, 24/7, and stay as long as they would like. If there is anything that would make patients or guests feel more comfortable, our staff is always available and eager to help.

Special occasions occur for families while they are here, and families want to include their loved one who is a patient. We have had bedside weddings and baptisms, baby showers in one of our gathering spaces, and small memorial services in our chapel. And birthdays and anniversaries are celebrated.

Patient Rooms

Each patient bedroom has its own television, private telephone, special hospital bed, and lift chair.

Families often bring personal items and photographs so patients can be comforted by familiar surroundings.

Family members and friends are welcome to stay overnight in their loved one’s room.

Shared Spaces

Our double bungalow home offers two living rooms for guests.

Our recreation area offers children, teens, and adults a space to gather.

Our non-denominational chapel provides a sacred space for reflection and prayer.

Our large meeting room and library provides space for conversation and reading.

Stories from families:

We cannot express adequately our sincere and profound gratitude for the professional, loving, and compassionate care you provided to our husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather in his final days. All who visited felt loved, honored, respected, and cared for during this very difficult time. The “hominess” of your residence made even our youngest members feel welcome and comfortable. The basement with games and ice cream treats was the favorite!"

—Family of a patient
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How blessed I was to find you. Thank you for caring for my dearly beloved husband in his last hours. Your concern and kindness to me and my family—there are no words adequate to express our thankfulness. God bless you all."

—Wife of a patient
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