Seasons of Life (Hospice House)

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      8951 Woodruff Road
      Woodruff, WI 54568

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About this Location

Seasons of Life is a hospice house that provides a place of comfort and companionship for patients with end-stage illnesses who choose an alternative to home. It offers a compassionate and safe environment in a home-like setting.

Seasons of Life has eight private bedrooms, each of which is warmly decorated, overlook beautiful gardens, wildlife and woods. Each spacious bedroom is completely furnished and includes private bath, telephone, television, and space for guests. Patients and their family have access to a gracious dining room, sunny great room, private sitting rooms and porches.

The house is staffed 24 hours a day by Certified Nursing Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses, or Medication Techs. All needed services, including nursing, social work, counseling, massage therapy, medication and supplies continue to be provided, as they would in the patient's own home. Patients continue to have access to inpatient care, if needed.

Who Is Eligible For This Care?

Patients must qualify for Aspirus Comfort Care and Hospice Services and choose to live in Seasons of Life. Our staff works together with the patient, and the patient's family and physician to determine if Seasons of Life is an appropriate alternative to the patient's home.

Who Pays for This Care?

The services that are routinely paid for by Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance for hospice home care also apply toward Seasons of Life. This usually includes charges for nurses, social workers and chaplains, and the cost of equipment and appropriate prescription medications.

The patient generally pays for the room and board expenses. Some private insurance plans may contribute to the daily room and board charge. The Aspirus Comfort Care and Hospice Services staff members work closely with the patient and their family to clarify insurance coverage and to discuss any financial concerns. Through the Howard Young Foundation, there is financial assistance for patients with identified financial need. For more information about qualifications, please call 715-847-2424.