Gertrude Kroberger, a WEL Main Line resident, turns 106 years young this January and shares that her secret to a long life is to go dancing.
The formation of the Last Sip Brew Club at WEL Main Line is a wonderful example of how we continue to live up to our mission of enhancing the lives of residents. The club highlights WEL's efforts to create and maintain programs that encourage residents to connect with one another through mutual interests and passions.
What started as friendly gift-giving evolved into a widespread holiday stockings project at Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL). The project began many years ago when Harry Bodkin, a former WEL Pennypack Park resident, became a "Secret Santa" to a few fellow residents. Over the years, the project has grown to providing holiday stockings filled with wrapped gifts to Skilled Nursing and Personal Care residents at all six WEL communities.
Staff and residents at Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown spread kindness this holiday season by donating traditional Thanksgiving dishes to Doylestown United Methodist Church.
Jackie Wojciechowski, Corporate Dietitian for WEL, shared some insight into the benefits of a vegan diet for seniors with the Philadelphia Inquirier.