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.
Wesley Enhanced Living is proud to announce that they've vaccinated nearly 90% of residents in each community with the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of March 2, 2021, with even some residents having received the second dose as well.
WEL Doylestown was featured in an article that provided information about vaccine rollout throughout senior living communities in PA. The piece featured a quote from Executive Director Maureen Casey and photos of resident Ken Barton and employee Andre Ellis receiving their vaccines.
Wesley Enhanced Living was named as one of the top three 2020 Best Workplaces for Aging Services in the country by Great Place to Work® and Fortune.
Rabbi Meryl Crean B.C.C., chaplain at Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line, donated one of WEL Main Line's Torah scrolls to Lions Gate community.