My parents moved into WEL Main Line after a stay for both of them (different reasons) in the rehab section. While there, they toured the community and were impressed with the friendliness (everybody knows your name!), the great food, the ambience, and the affordability. They moved into an apartment a month later! After two years, my mother declined and eventually moved into skilled nursing and my father was able to visit her daily. The “tram” – similar to golf carts – brought him back and forth. Since she passed, my father has maintained his independent apartment where he turned 100 this year. The Facility did a remarkable one-year renovation that turned the shared spaces into a showplace. My father asked me to say, “This place is great. They did a terrific job when they renovated most of the place and tried to bother us a little as possible. It’s really beautiful. The food is like a restaurant. Mike made sure we all got our Covid vaccines in the right order.” The Covid pandemic has been rough for long term care facilities, and the WEL community is no exception. The true exception has been the care, kindness, concern, detailed planning and transparent management and communication which were all we could hope for.
Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line