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Frequently Asked Questions 

Find answers to some of the questions that we are asked most often.  If you have a specific question not mentioned here, please feel free to contact us directly!  

 

 Upper Moreland


How much does it cost to live at Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland?
What types of residences are available?
What amenities and services are available on site?
What activities and programs are available?
How’s the food?
Is there a chapel? Are there services?
Do you have skilled nursing?
What is "Equal Housing Opportunity"?

How much does it cost to live at Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland?


Living in a Wesley Enhanced Living community is very affordable for all of the services and amenities offered. When matched against the monthly expenses of maintaining your home and lifestyle, the cost of a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) can actually prove to be more economical. Click here to easily compare costs. Plus, to offer even greater convenience and flexibility for our prospective residents, we provide access to a comprehensive home sale guidance program, financial assistance, and pricing options. For more information contact our sales manager, Sharon Margulies at 267-895-1152 or smargulies@wel.org.


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What types of residences are available?


You’ll find a variety of sizes and floor models at Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland from charming single-family cottages, to roomy one- and two-bedroom apartment homes. Our sales manager can tell you what specific types of cottages and/or apartment homes are currently available.


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What amenities and services are available on site?


For the convenience of our residents, the following amenities and services are available on site:

• Village Fare gift and convenience shop
• Village Green entertainment center and spacious gathering space
• FREE transportation to local shopping
• Elegant main dining room
• Wide variety of life-enriching programs, activities and events
• Billiards room
• Crafts room
• Concierge services
• Healthcare services
• Chapel with worship services and spiritual programs
• Fitness center, yoga, and seated exercise classes
• Hair salon/barber services
• Library and computer center
 

 


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What activities and programs are available?


There is a wide array of programming including fitness classes, entertainment, lectures, special events, and trips.


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How’s the food?


Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland offers delicious, chef-prepared meals every day.


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Is there a chapel? Are there services?


Wesley Enhanced Living is non-profit and faith-based, with an historical relationship to the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church. However, we welcome all religious denominations. Clergy of varying faiths visit Wesley Enhanced Living Upper Moreland to officiate at worship services for residents of their faith.


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Do you have skilled nursing?


Residents who require skilled nursing care to recuperate from surgery, a short-term illness or for long-term care needs can receive outstanding care and services and a seamless transition to the WEL Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center at nearby Wesley Enhanced Living Pennypack Park or Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown.

 

Providing modern and comfortable private and semi-private accommodations, our nursing centers embody a cozy, homelike environment with inviting dining rooms and lounge areas, and a roster of stimulating daily activities appropriate for residents of varying abilities.

 

While a physician medical director oversees each resident’s individualized plan of care, a collaborative and caring medical team—which includes nurses, a nutritionist, psychiatrist, social workers, clergy, and recreational therapists—administers optimum care.

 


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What is "Equal Housing Opportunity"?


Equal Housing Opportunity - We Do Business in Accordance With the Federal Fair Housing Law  (The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988)

 

It is illegal to Discriminate Against Any Person Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Handicap, Familial Status, or National Origin:

  • In the sale or rental of housing or residential lots
  • In advertising the sale or rental of housing
  • In the financing of housing
  • In the provision of real estate brokerage services
  • In the appraisal of housing
  • Blockbusting is also illegal

 

Anyone who feels he or she has been discriminated against may file a complaint of housing discrimination:

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity

Washington, DC  20410

1-800-669-9777 (Toll Free)  1-800-927-9275 (TTY)


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