Respite Care in Plymouth, Minnesota

Loving care for them. A helpful break for you.

The Birches at Trillium Woods offers a respite care program in Plymouth, MN, to give Minneapolis-area caregivers a break from caring for their loved ones. Our program is open to anyone requiring assistance with the activities of daily living, memory care or skilled nursing care. We welcome older adults into a comfortable and relaxing environment that provides the foundation for a short-term stay that can have long-term benefits. To keep everyone engaged, personalized activities are based on individual interests.

Our respite program offers unique benefits:

  • Furnished private suites with a personal refrigerator, microwave and private bathroom
  • Licensed nurses on-site 24/7
  • Specialized memory support and assistance with activities of daily living
  • Three chef-prepared, restaurant-style meals served daily
  • Calendar of activities and social events
  • Stay for a few days or a few weeks, depending on your needs

At The Birches, our staff will work with you and your loved one to create a personalized plan designed to keep them engaged.

Respite care frequently asked questions

A respite is a temporary, intermittent break from caregiving that allows you to return refreshed and renewed. Without allowing yourself to take a break, you risk providing your loved one with substandard care. If you are always stressed and exhausted, you could become less patient, more prone to mistakes, and at ever-greater risk of total burnout. Respite care at The Birches will give you time to care for yourself and help make caregiving more manageable.

As a caregiver, you know the preferences and routines of your loved one better than anyone, so it’s natural to wonder if someone else can provide the same level of care. At The Birches, our staff will work with you and your loved one to create a personalized plan designed to keep them engaged.

Our staff members at The Birches are highly trained and work every day with residents who have Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Before choosing any form of respite care, it’s important to figure out what type of care is most appropriate for your loved one.

To learn more about our respite program, complete this form.