Mary McAlpine, left, and Audrey Betz of Saint Therese of Woodbury make a blanket to be given to patients at Gillette Children’s Hospital They are among about 20 residents of the senior community working on the Kuddles for Kids Christmas project.
Saint Therese Blog
Outdoor and Essential Caregiver Visits
Over the past several months, Saint Therese has been steadfast in our efforts to keep residents safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. While social distancing and physical separation are still very important, we are taking steps to combat the unintended consequences of prolonged social isolation and to maintain overall health and wellbeing for the seniors in our care as indoor visitation restrictions are still in place.
We’re steadfast in our fight against COVID-19
Despite the unwavering efforts of our dedicated caregivers, Saint Therese of New Hope care center has continued to lose long-term care residents to COVID-19 and, unfortunately, will likely endure more…
A message for our loved ones from Saint Therese
Like many other congregate care settings across Minnesota, our community has, sadly, been greatly impacted by the Coronavirus. The passing of several residents of Saint Therese of New Hope’s long-term…
Precautions help protect seniors in care facilities
The Catholic Spirit | Joe Ruff and Barb Umberger | March 26, 2020 “This is something we can all do for one another,” Fr. Matthew Ehmke told the congregation at 10:30 a.m. Mass…
Inver Grove nursing students bring innovative ideas to improve the lives of seniors at Saint Therese of Woodbury.
The Catholic Spirit Dave Hrbacek | October 30, 2019 A German Messerschmitt fighter plane was bearing down on Don Stoulil’s B-17 bomber as he flew a mission during World War II. Stoulil,…
The City of New Hope Declared Minnesota’s First Safe Care for Seniors City On October 23, community members gathered at Saint Therese of New Hope to renew their commitment to…