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Executive Director: Weekly COVID-19 Update July 9, 2020

Dear Residents, Families and Employees:

We continue to test our staff and personal care residents, and continue to have all negative results.  Our last date for the balance of our personal care residents and the remainder of the staff will be July 13.  We will continue to test new admissions to the health center and expect new admissions to personal care to be tested prior to admission.

As we work through the universal testing, we are also working on the detail around re-opening to visitors.  A copy of this process will be provided to you prior to the anticipated date to re-open.  The process will different than visiting prior to the pandemic.  I assure you that we are trying to make this as comfortable as possible and accommodating while still meeting the stringent parameters around face masks, social distancing, and “crowd control”.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions or concerns. 

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Wesley Enhanced Living To Restart Informational Tours for Montgomery County Residents – with Added Safety Protections

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                        AKCG – Public Relations Counselors




Wesley Enhanced Living To Restart Informational Tours for Montgomery County Residents – with Added Safety Protections

Warminster, Pa. (July 9, 2020) – Through July, Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL) communities are beginning to once again offer informational open house sessions for local seniors and families interested in exploring the benefits of a senior living community. And these tours will align with CDC recommended safety protocols.

“Now more than ever, we recognize the need to protect the residents in our care while welcoming new members to our community,” says Shelley Ballet, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales. “Even during these challenging times, we take great pride in doing everything we can to promote wellness – both physically, emotionally and spiritually – among our residents and staff.”

Amenities at the WEL Upper Moreland senior living community in Montgomery County have been recently updated to better serve and accommodate senior residents.

At WEL Upper Moreland, the recent renovations consist of:

  • new lobby with expanded seating;
  • addition of a Bistro and Pub restaurant, offering tavern-style options;
  • development of a movie theater, featuring comfortable seating and wide-screen projection, as well as a fireplace lounge for resident use;
  • creation of a TV lounge with expanded seating;
  • updated main dining room; and
  • renovated gift shop, library and chapel.

If you or a loved one is interested in learning more about living at a WEL community, please call (215) 220-9885 (WEL Upper Moreland) to reserve your spot for an open house. *No walk-in appointments will be accepted.*

WEL Upper Moreland Open House Dates:

  • Wednesday, July 22: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Wednesday, July 29: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

These tours will be modified to protect the health of current residents, and will include temperature checks, social distancing and the use of appropriate PPE.


About Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL)
The non-profit Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL) continuing care communities have a dedicated mission to deliver a purpose-filled life to residents. Serving over 1,200 residents with more than 1,100 employees throughout Pennsylvania, the Wesley Enhanced Living communities located in Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties provide various combinations of independent living, personal care services, memory care, and rehabilitation and skilled nursing services. Wesley Enhanced Living has been named as a Best Workplace in Aging Services in 2018 and 2019, as well as a Great Place to Work® in 2018, 2019 and 2020.

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Executive Director: Weekly COVID-19 Update July 9, 2020

Residents and Families,

The good news continues.  We haven’t had a Resident test positive since 6/18/2020 and the last time an Employee tested positive was 5/20/2020.  The five Residents who remain in our red zone are doing well and their transitioning out of this quarantine zone could begin as early as 7/13/2020.  Testing of all Employees and HCC Residents is scheduled for 7/15/2020.  Required testing of all Personal Care Residents is due to be completed by 8/31/2020.

Our plan for re-opening is included on pages two and three of this memo.  If there are no new cases from 7/15/2020 through 7/29/2020 and Philadelphia goes to completely green, we can begin looking at scheduled visits.  We are currently at a modified green.  A new case, as indicated in the plan, is defined as “Resident contracts COVID-19 within the facility without a prior hospitalization with the last 14 days”.

Apartment cleaning returns to the regular schedule for Independent Living beginning next week.

Please take care of yourselves, and I will be in touch again soon.

CURRENT PHASE:  Modified Green per Philadelphia County;


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Upper Moreland Resident Letter: 07-07-2020

Dear Upper Moreland Residents and Families,

I hope you all had an enjoyable July 4th Holiday Weekend!  I am sure it was quieter than July 4ths of the past; things are certainly more low key these days.  We continue to be COVID free for residents and employees at Upper Moreland and Burholme.  Everyone is doing a great job!  Please continue to wear your masks, wash and sanitize your hands and social distance.  All of these steps are clearly working in protecting you and in protecting our staff.

I have visited the dining room during dinner service. It was nice to see people returning to the dining room, especially with all of our new furniture and artwork in place!  Many of you were surprised to see that.  The number of reservations continues to be moderate and understandably, take out and the Bistro continues to be a preferred option.  We are taking baby steps with dining and will likely make some more changes with opening reservations in the near future.

Tomorrow we welcome visitors for Residents residing in Independent Living into the main building.  We are asking the following of these visitors:

  1. All visitors must wear masks at all times on campus.
  2. Visitors must enter and exit at the Main Entrance to be screened and sanitize before and after visiting.
  3. No more than 2 visitors at a time in an apartment.
  4. Visits must take place in the residents’ private apartments; no visiting in common areas.
  5. Please remind your visitors that there should only be 2 people in the elevator at a time in order to allow for Social Distancing.
  6. Visitors are not permitted in dining venues nor at the Bistro.
  7. Visitors are requested to limit the time spent on campus and there are no overnight guests permitted in the main building at this time.

For residents residing in Personal Care, please have your family call the front desk to schedule a Compassionate Care visit as the Department of Human Services is still restricting visitors.

For Independent Living Residents, please remind your visitors to abide by our protocols as we have them in place to keep you, your friends and neighbors, and our staff safe.  If there are any questions please call the front desk or contact me.

Welcome to your family and friends and enjoy spending time with them.

Be safe and be WEL!

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COVID-19 Update for all WEL Main Line Residents and Staff– 7/7/2020

We continue to receive the results from our state mandated baseline testing in the Meadows and we have seen no more positive tests since last update on 7/2/20.  

We continue to have no positive cases in the Pines with staff or residents to date. 

In the Independent Living unit, we have had no more positive tests.  Our last positive test in IL was 4/29/2020.  Please continue to maintain social distance and facial covering if you are out of your apartment.  As always, please contact wellness with any concerns about your health.

We have had no new staff positives since our last update on 7/2/2020. This includes the baseline testing that is being done in Meadows.

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