Children with life-threatening conditions and their families need compassionate care, support and understanding. Our team of pediatric healthcare professionals cares for children and their families – usually in the comfort of their own homes.
When children need round-the-clock care, or families want to take a break from the stress of caregiving, Ryan House is available for inpatient palliative care and respite care. Located in central Phoenix on the campus of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Ryan House is a peaceful oasis that offers fun activities for kids – an accessible playground, a therapy pool, computer and sensory stimulation rooms. Music therapists and pet therapy teams often visit. Parents and siblings can stay overnight or leave for a short vacation or break.
Hospice of the Valley works in partnership with Phoenix Children’s Hospital and other healthcare providers.
For more information, contact 602.530.6900.
Pedatric Services aided by music therapy grant
By Clifford Summerhill
Music is going to continue to help children through a generous grant from the Helen S. Boylan Foundation to the Hospice of the Valley.
The foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to pediatric services of Hospice of the Valley. Read more.