About Circle Home

A First in Mid-Hudson Valley

There is no hospice residence, hospital-based hospice unit, or Home for the Dying in Ulster or Dutchess Counties. Circle Home will be the first in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

70% of terminally ill people die in hospitals or nursing homes.

80-90% would choose to die at home, surrounded by loved ones, if that was an option.

Fewer than 25% actually do.

Circle Home will provide a real home and a circle of support.

Proposed Features

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A welcoming, supportive environment for residents and families.

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Two comfortable bedrooms for residents’ convenience and privacy

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Communal living spaces, including the kitchen, living room, and “quiet room"

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Family-accessible meal preparation, eat-in kitchen space, and living room suitable for family gatherings

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Overnight accommodations for residents’ families who are visiting

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Common areas and residents’ rooms with views of nature

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A community Restorative Garden for socialization and reflection