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Lisa

Top rating for Caring, Comfort, Communication. Wesley Main Line’s staff genuinely cares about their residents. The newly renovated facility, formally Martin’s Run, has an outstanding executive director, activities director, health professionals, kitchen, office support and transportation. During these unprecedented times, residents and loved ones have been kept informed of health updates and highlights are always shared in real time. I am so grateful for the recent vaccination clinics and how special the staff made it for my mother. Thank you!

Lisa
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line
Senior Advisor

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Francis Rauscher

I am glad to have this opportunity to enumerate my experiences here at Wesley-Enhanced Living. The Administrator - Michael DeStefon is amazing, dedicated and very much a part of every aspect of our community. Yes! Community: yes we are residents but what is better we are neighbors. Every aspect of our staff: Wellness, Many Activities, Maintenance, Housekeeping, Energy-exercise, Chefs, Servers, all perform with competence and friendliness. I have been here 3 years and am content and know I am in the place - Wesley - where I should be. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Just call main number and they will reach me. Francis X. Rauscher

Francis Rauscher
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line
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Rich Block

With heartfelt appreciation. From the perspective of this resident of Wesley Enhanced Living-Main Line, the initial protective vaccination (Feb. 9, 2021) against the Covid 19 virus for residents in Independent Living was a well-planned, efficient, and tenderly administered program.

Rich Block
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line
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Executive Director: Weekly COVID-19 Update February 10, 2021

Dear Residents, Families and Employees:

In order to be completely transparent regarding COVID activity in the community, we are sharing information regarding every level of care.  As part of the CMS requirements to keep you informed of COVID-19 activity within the health center of this community, please be advised of the following:

SKILLED NURSING (HEALTH CENTER)
Date:2/10/2021
☒New Confirmed Infection(s) of COVID-19: 2New Cumulative Total of COVID-19 Infections since March 2020): 96
☐Three or more
☐residents or
☐staff with new on-set of respiratory symptoms occurring within 72 hours of each other.
Mitigating actions implemented to prevent or reduce the risk of transmission.☐Normal operations will be altered.
☒Resident(s) have been moved to quarantine unit.
☐Droplet precautions will be initiated.
☒Resident(s) will be placed on isolation.
☐Resident currently hospitalized.
PERSONAL CARE
Date:2/10/2021
☐New Confirmed Infection(s) of COVID-19: NO CHANGENew Cumulative Total of COVID-19 Infections (since March 2020): 4
☐Three or more
☐residents or
☐staff with new on-set of respiratory symptoms occurring within 72 hours of each other.
Mitigating actions implemented to prevent or reduce the risk of transmission.☐Normal operations will be altered.
☐Resident(s) will be moved to quarantine unit.
☐Droplet precautions will be initiated.
☐Resident(s) will be placed on isolation.
☐Resident currently hospitalized.
INDEPENDENT LIVING
Date:2/10/2021
☐New Confirmed Infection(s) of COVID-19: NO CHANGENew Cumulative Total of COVID-19 Infections (since March 2020): 3
☐Three or more
☐residents or
☐staff with new on-set of respiratory symptoms occurring within 72 hours of each other.
Mitigating actions implemented to prevent or reduce the risk of transmission.☐Normal operations will be altered.
☐Resident(s) will be moved to quarantine unit.
☐Droplet precautions will be initiated.
☐Resident(s) will be placed on isolation. 
☐Resident currently hospitalized.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.

Stay well,

Suzanne H. Lachman, LNHA

Executive Director

slachman@wel.org

267-348-3340

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WEL Upper Moreland IL Restrictions and Guidelines Effective 2/09/2021

With the current number of IL residents who have been confirmed positive for COVID-19 and those who are quarantined as a result of contact with those who have tested positive, we are taking the following measures.

These measures are intended to limit the possibility of exposure to our residents and staff.

Visitation:

Upper Moreland is closed to all visitation except medical personnel. We have seen the effects of COVID 19 within our community and the community at large and we do not want you to expose yourself unnecessarily. We are trying to keep you and our staff as healthy and safe as possible.

Leaving Upper Moreland Property:

You may only leave WEL Upper Moreland property for medically necessary physician visits.

Transportation: Only residents who are not quarantined may be transported to medically necessary appointments by Upper Moreland transportation.

If you leave the Upper Moreland property for hospitalization or spend time in another healthcare facility you will be required to quarantine for 14 days.

Residents are not allowed to leave Upper Moreland property for any other reasons.

Drop Offs and Deliveries:

Groceries and other necessities may be delivered by families or delivery service to the vestibule. Our staff will conduct contactless deliveries to your apartments. Items may also be placed at the vestibule for pickup by families.

Grocery items may be ordered from Dining Services.

Dining Services:

Corner Stone Dining Room:

All meal service is delivery only.

You can call the day of by 1pm for your dinner order. (215) 302-3757

Delivery will be contact free delivery service.

All meals will be delivered between 4-5 pm (we will start with the first floor and cottages and move on to the second, third and fourth floors).

Deliveries will be left outside of doors.

Staff are to knock, leave the bag and step 6 ft. away.

Bistro

You may come to the Bistro for Grab and Go meals or to place an order.

No one is allowed to stay or stand at the Bistro.

All ordered meal service is delivery only.

You can call to place your order. (267) 350-2495

Village Faire:

Village Faire will remain open. Only the shop volunteer and 1 customer at a time are allowed in the shop.

Mail Room:

To keep prevent crowding in the Mail Room the following schedule is to be followed for Mail pick up.

Day/TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
8am-10am1 & Cottage2341 & Cottage2
10am-12pm2341 & Cottage23
12pm-2pm341 & Cottage234
2pm-4pm41 & Cottage2341 & Cottage

All packages will be delivered to apartments by staff.

Activities:

Activity packets are available for those residents who are interested. Please call (215) 302-3749 for any activity related needs.

Chaplain:

Anyone who desires to talk with our chaplain, Erin, please call (215) 302-3745.

Health and Wellness:

All Residents: If you experience ANY symptoms of a fever, new or persistent cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, chills, headache, muscle aches, sore throat, congestion, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, or sudden onset of fatigue You Must inform the Wellness Center and contact your personal physician. For staff members if you experience any of the symptoms please contact your supervisor.

Residents, If you are ill and/or in the process of being tested for COVID-19 you are to inform the Wellness Center and remain confined to your apartment. Once you receive results from testing please notify the Wellness Center.

If you have had a visit or visited anyone in the past 14 days who have tested positive or who have COVID-19 symptoms please notify our Resident Services Manager, Craig Vinciguerra, at 215-302-3750 to enable contact tracing. This is imperative that we are aware of any possible resident exposures.

Our staff is focused on providing needed services and supplies to our valuable residents.

IL Vaccine Clinic:

The Independent Living vaccine clinic scheduled for Tuesday February 16th is moving forward with about 87 residents registered. We have 160 vaccine doses reserved. Residents who have not registered may still register by completing a consent form. Forms are available in the front lobby. When you come to complete the consent form you need to bring your Medicare and insurance cards.

Please help us: “Resist the Urge and Help Fight the Surge!” There is to be no gathering within apartments or common areas.

Thank you for your ongoing patience, partnership and understanding during this unprecedented time. 

Daniel Frost

Executive Director

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