We just wanted to take the time to define our experience with Wesley Pennypack Park. Our Mom is 96 and we finally, after 5 years from the passing of Dad, talked her into moving from her Philadelphia home of 73 Years. We took her to two tours of Wesley and she liked both visits. Mom is extremely independent and loved the apartment with the washer/dryer on the same floor in the kitchen !!. She decided to make this change February, 2020. The family was delighted as she would have a safe environment with lots of new friends to share stories and meals with. She was so excited and was ready to move. Mom moved into her independent apartment March 4th, 2020. We got Mom partially settled in when the COVID 19 came to the USA. Shortly after, quarantines were put in place and Mom was on her own, or so we thought. Wesley’s staff and personnel have gone above and beyond to keep all residents safe and happy and that no one gets forgotten and most of all keeping healthy. Supplied with games and books to color, added additions to the menus, they have kept her spiritually in touch. Wesley Management has also been keeping the family updated constantly with what is happening. We can put our head on the pillow at night knowing Mom is safe. We talk with Mom daily. She lets us know that she gets a note with each meal updating what’s happening in the community and how to follow the protocol to stay safe. Mom is really teaching us a lesson or two how we can make it through this unsettling time. She reminds us of the World Wars and the Depression. We are hoping that Mom will be able to really enjoy the pleasures that Wesley has to offer outside her apartment walls. Wesley is truly, in our opinion, a wonderful and compassionate facility as this pandemic is new to them as well. They have touched our lives and our Mom’s. We look forward to seeing her and personally thank each and every one at Wesley.
Wesley Enhanced Living Pennypack Park