Residents at WEL Upper Moreland raise $11,000 in scholarships through their ServeWEL scholarship program. This year, the program supports 11 high school juniors and seniors who work at the community with their future college endeavors.
The medical director at Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown, Dr. Donald Brislin, highlights the precautions to consider before visiting a senior living community during this time in a Philadelphia Inquirer Q&A article.
Residents at WEL Upper Moreland enjoyed a Mother's Day drive-by parade over the weekend. Family and friends of residents decorated signs and posters to recognize the moms as they drove by.
During these unprecedented times, as we face a global pandemic, senior living communities are faced with unexpected challenges and criticism. An opinion piece recently published in The Philadelphia Inquirer offers insight into the situation and ideas for solutions moving forward.
Wesley Enhanced Living has received the Great Place to Work® for certification for the third year in a row. The certification process requires over 1,000 results from employee surveys from all 6 communities and the corporate office.