Nestled on 22 acres in South Lansing, Stoneleigh Residence –a part of Hospice of Lansing – offers loved ones and their families a comforting environment in a beautiful, natural setting. Stoneleigh Residence overlooks woodlands, meadows and a magnificent pond with visits from birds, deer and other wildlife.
Our attractive residence has eight spacious private suites, which include:
Nurse and Hospice Aide care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Plenty of room for visiting family
Privacy and social interaction
Each suite opens to a patio, a rose-filled garden area, a sitting area overlooking the pond and our labyrinth
Toiletries provided for Visitors
Pull out full couches for visitors to stay overnight
Snacks available to all residents and visitors
Free Wi-Fi for residents and visitors
While Medicare and private insurances cover the medical portion of hospice care, Stoneleigh Residence also has a room and board fee. Most families pay this privately, however, some insurances do cover this fee and we can help you determine your need. Hospice of Lansing, and our affiliate Ionia Area Hospice, are charitable organizations. In case of need, our hospice services may be provided without regard to one’s ability to pay. We rely on donations to cover these costs.
Stop by for a tour – or call for more information. 517-882-4500
Our Greatest Needs:
3) Day of Room & Board Fees at Stoneleigh Residence
4) Sponsors for Events
5) Gift Cards for groceries and gas
6) Specific Items for Stoneleigh Residence:
• Bird Seed/Koi Fish Food
• DVD Movies
• Towels and Queen Sized Sheets
• Riding Lawn Mower
• New, Medical Grade Sleeper Sofas
• Underground Sprinkler System
• Parking Lot Repair & Expansion
Hospice of Lansing was founded in 1979 and is a 501(c)3 agency. All donations are tax deductible.
Looking for a way to honor your loved one? Bricks, benches and other outdoor items are personalized and available for purchase in memory of your loved one.
The Memorial Labyrinth is located on Stoneleigh Residence’s property in Lansing and open to all members of the community. See the progress being made in the pictures below.