Programs Employing People Recognizes Wesley Enhanced Living for its Employment Practices

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Programs Employing People Recognizes Wesley Enhanced Living
for its Employment Practices

Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley to be honored for its commitment
to the advancement of job placement and training opportunities

PHILADELPHIA (May 3, 2019) – Programs Employing People (PEP) will recognize Wesley Enhanced Living for the organization’s commitment to the advancement of the employment of all people during its 50th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, May 3 at 7 p.m. Wesley Enhanced Living is one of 15 partner organizations to be recognized at the ceremony.

Programs Employing People provides support and employment opportunities to approximately 300 adults and children living with intellectual and physical disabilities, each year in the Philadelphia area through education, recreation, vocational training and job placement services.

“The staff at Wesley Enhanced Living has been extremely helpful and cooperative,” said Beth Ryan, Director of Employment Services at Programs Employing People. “We value our partnership and we look forward to continue working together in the advancement of our participants.”

Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley is a senior living community in Northwest Philadelphia that partners with Programs Employing People, to enhance workplace opportunities for those in the community who might not otherwise be able to find employment. Wesley Enhanced Living received its first employee placement from PEP in October 2018.

“We take pride in supporting Program Employing People’s mission and vision,” said Ken Beiler, Executive Director of Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley. “Working with PEP to advance the employment of all people fits perfectly with Wesley Enhanced Living’s core values. We are honored to have the chance to work with an organization that positively impacts the lives of others in so many ways.”

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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 1,100 residents with more than 1,200 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 a Great Place to Work® in 2018 and 2019.

About Programs Employing People (PEP)

Programs Employing People’s (PEP) mission is to provide education, recreation, vocational training, and job placement services to people living with disabilities and to strengthen their relationships in the community. Since its beginning in 1969, PEP has evolved into a multi-service agency, serving up to 300 adults and children with intellectual (and some physical) disabilities throughout the year. Today, PEP offers a myriad of programs including Community Integrated Employment, In-Home and Community Habilitation, Adult Literacy and Basic Education, Community Arts for Socialization, Adult Day Programing, Senior Services, and of course our founding program Camp PEP. PEP continues to help people with disabilities succeed by building their skills and increasing their capacities by providing employment and day services to improve their lives within the community.

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