Wesley Enhanced Living is proud to be recognized for the second year in a row as one of the Best Workplaces in Aging Services by Great Place to Work and Fortune.
Staff and residents came together in the spirit of giving to donate school supplies for students at Presentation BVM School in Cheltenham as part of our organization's Kindness initiative. See below to read the article from the Northeast Times.
Congratulations to WEL Corporate office Controller, Catherine Brown Heckman, on receiving an honorary doctorate of humane letters degree from Rosemont College.
Residents from Doylestown and Main Line kicked off the holiday weekend with a trip up to Camelback, and then back down the mountain via zipline!
This is the third ziplining trip for one of our communities, that’s slowly catching on at others, and it started out as a WEL Wish! To learn more about our WEL Wishes program, click here!
Residents from Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line, along with Rabbi Meryl Crean and Rabbi Kevin Hale, complete repairs on the Lipnik Holocaust Torah No. 586. This Torah is on long-term loan from the Memorial Scrolls Trust and is housed at Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line.