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COMMUNITY NOTICE 4/28/2021

COVID-19

Late yesterday, we were notified that a Personal Care resident tested positive for the coronavirus.
We’re quite certain that the fully vaccinated person was not infected here.  The resident will be isolating in their apartment for at least 14 days with follow-up testing.  Staff persons who provide care will undergo testing this week and next (note; workers of the Skilled Nursing and Personal Care teams are rapid tested weekly).

All this being the case, the following measures are effective immediately for Personal Care residents ONLY:

  • In room visits are suspended.
  • Outside visits, limited to 20 minutes, are permitted provided resident and visitor maintain distance, are masked and use hand sanitizer.
  • Transportation for other than medical appointments is suspended.
  • Dining and Enhanced Living Activities will continue normally, with distance and appropriate masking. 
  • Visitation to the Skilled Nursing area by Personal Care residents is suspended.
  • Personal Care residents should NOT leave campus to visit family or friends at this time.

Precautions for Skilled Nursing and Independent apartment residents:    Because the county positivity rate is declining slowly, Skilled Nursing residents may have outside visitors, no more than two at a time by appointment made with main receptionists.  Independent apartment residents may have visitors.  However, for both, we recommend outside visits weather permitting.

These measures are based on Bucks County Department of Health directives identified in conversation with Kathleen Pinzka, Administrator of Personal Care and the Leadership Team.   We will be watching this closely as always and will provide updates and information as available.   The hope and expectation are that these measures will assure containment of the virus, so that we may continue moving forward with opening up the community.

Thank you for your patience, understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions, please feel free to call. 

Steven T. Cherry, nha

Interim Executive Director

267-895-1132

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Main Line WEL Wishes Program

Dear Wesley Enhanced Living Families and Friends:

Did you know that Wesley Enhanced Living has a program called “WEL Wishes,” that is in place to help residents explore opportunities, try things they’ve always wanted to do, embark on adventures they didn’t think possible, or relive sweet memories?  We’ve granted wishes as simple as a resident getting her ears pierced so she could wear gifted earrings, and as adrenaline filled as jumping out of an airplane … and many things in between.  And we can get creative. For example, a WEL Wish for a trip to Italy became a community wide extravaganza with virtual reality Italian tours, cuisine from the region, and entertainment to set the mood.  Check out these and some other WEL Wishes we’ve already granted here.

We are all looking forward to a brighter year, with unlimited possibilities, and would like to begin our plans to get our “WEL Wishes” program running again. That’s where you come in!  Please talk with your resident family member and tell us….

  • What’s the first thing your loved one would like to do now that pandemic restrictions are lifting?
  • What’s something your loved one has always wanted to do in their lives, but never got around to trying?
  • What’s an experience your loved has had that they’d like to recreate?

Email us at WELWishes@wesleyenhancedliving.org and tell us:

  • Your name and relation to our resident
  • Resident name and WEL location
  • What the resident WEL Wish is

We won’t be able to grant all wishes, but we will certainly do our best to fulfill as many as possible!

With your help, we can make some dreams come true for our residents in 2021 and beyond!

Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Mike DeStefon

Executive Director

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Stapeley WEL Wishes Program

Dear Wesley Enhanced Living Families and Friends:

Did you know that Wesley Enhanced Living has a program called “WEL Wishes,” that is in place to help residents explore opportunities, try things they’ve always wanted to do, embark on adventures they didn’t think possible, or relive sweet memories?  We’ve granted wishes as simple as a resident getting her ears pierced so she could wear gifted earrings, and as adrenaline filled as jumping out of an airplane … and many things in between.  And we can get creative. For example, a WEL Wish for a trip to Italy became a community wide extravaganza with virtual reality Italian tours, cuisine from the region, and entertainment to set the mood.  Check out these and some other WEL Wishes we’ve already granted here.

We are all looking forward to a brighter year, with unlimited possibilities, and would like to begin our plans to get our “WEL Wishes” program running again. That’s where you come in!  Please talk with your resident family member and tell us….

  • What’s the first thing your loved one would like to do now that pandemic restrictions are lifting?
  • What’s something your loved one has always wanted to do in their lives, but never got around to trying?
  • What’s an experience your loved has had that they’d like to recreate?

Email us at WELWishes@wesleyenhancedliving.org and tell us:

  • Your name and relation to our resident
  • Resident name and WEL location
  • What the resident WEL Wish is

We won’t be able to grant all wishes, but we will certainly do our best to fulfill as many as possible!

With your help, we can make some dreams come true for our residents in 2021 and beyond!

Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Ken Beiler

Executive Director

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Pennypack Park WEL Wishes Program

Dear Wesley Enhanced Living Families and Friends:

Did you know that Wesley Enhanced Living has a program called “WEL Wishes,” that is in place to help residents explore opportunities, try things they’ve always wanted to do, embark on adventures they didn’t think possible, or relive sweet memories?  We’ve granted wishes as simple as a resident getting her ears pierced so she could wear gifted earrings, and as adrenaline filled as jumping out of an airplane … and many things in between.  And we can get creative. For example, a WEL Wish for a trip to Italy became a community wide extravaganza with virtual reality Italian tours, cuisine from the region, and entertainment to set the mood.  Check out these and some other WEL Wishes we’ve already granted here.

We are all looking forward to a brighter year, with unlimited possibilities, and would like to begin our plans to get our “WEL Wishes” program running again. That’s where you come in!  Please talk with your resident family member and tell us….

  • What’s the first thing your loved one would like to do now that pandemic restrictions are lifting?
  • What’s something your loved one has always wanted to do in their lives, but never got around to trying?
  • What’s an experience your loved has had that they’d like to recreate?

Email us at WELWishes@wesleyenhancedliving.org and tell us:

  • Your name and relation to our resident
  • Resident name and WEL location
  • What the resident WEL Wish is

We won’t be able to grant all wishes, but we will certainly do our best to fulfill as many as possible!

With your help, we can make some dreams come true for our residents in 2021 and beyond!

Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Suzanne Lachman

Executive Director

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Burholme WEL Wishes Program

Dear Wesley Enhanced Living Families and Friends:

Did you know that Wesley Enhanced Living has a program called “WEL Wishes,” that is in place to help residents explore opportunities, try things they’ve always wanted to do, embark on adventures they didn’t think possible, or relive sweet memories?  We’ve granted wishes as simple as a resident getting her ears pierced so she could wear gifted earrings, and as adrenaline filled as jumping out of an airplane … and many things in between.  And we can get creative. For example, a WEL Wish for a trip to Italy became a community wide extravaganza with virtual reality Italian tours, cuisine from the region, and entertainment to set the mood.  Check out these and some other WEL Wishes we’ve already granted here.

We are all looking forward to a brighter year, with unlimited possibilities, and would like to begin our plans to get our “WEL Wishes” program running again. That’s where you come in!  Please talk with your resident family member and tell us….

  • What’s the first thing your loved one would like to do now that pandemic restrictions are lifting?
  • What’s something your loved one has always wanted to do in their lives, but never got around to trying?
  • What’s an experience your loved has had that they’d like to recreate?

Email us at WELWishes@wesleyenhancedliving.org and tell us:

  • Your name and relation to our resident
  • Resident name and WEL location
  • What the resident WEL Wish is

We won’t be able to grant all wishes, but we will certainly do our best to fulfill as many as possible!

With your help, we can make some dreams come true for our residents in 2021 and beyond!

Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Dan Frost

Executive Director

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