Love was in the air this weekend at WEL Pennypack Park, where Mary O., a 101-year-old resident, was able to attend her daughter’s wedding ceremony, held in our courtyard!
Charlotte D., a Wesley Enhanced Living Burholme resident, celebrated her 101st birthday with a friends and family drive by and outdoor gathering, and a special performance by the Mummers string band!
WEL Doylestown Registered Nurse Answers Questions on What Seniors Can do for a Well-Balanced Lifestyle
Jill Schlosser, Registered Nurse (RN) at Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown, gives her expert opinion on how seniors can improve their well-being after a year of reduced activity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pat Lamoreux, WEL's VP of Human Potential, was featured on McKnight's Senior Living website for a column piece she wrote on retaining and recruiting employees for a healthier organizational culture. The piece focused on how a more supportive culture can contribute to the success of a senior living organization, with relevant highlights to WEL's commitment to creating an environment where employees can connect to our mission and stay engaged within our community.
WEL Doylestown residents Bill and Lola F. were recently able to resume their weekly Sunday brunches with the help of their COVID-19 vaccinations. Bill lives in Independent Living and Lola is in Skilled Nursing. The couple has been having their Sunday brunches since they moved to WEL Doylestown in 2012, but when the COVID-19 pandemic began, their weekly brunches had to come to a halt.