Wesley’s Puyallup community offers a range of living choices from independent living to Catered Living and Memory Care Assisted Living. The second phase of construction adds a new rehabilitation and care center with private suites as well as another 40+ Brownstone apartments and an expanded fitness center with swimming pool. At this time, Wesley is
Planning your future can seem like an eight-course meal, but our real estate event will show you how it can be made easier. With interest rates low and homes for sale throughout the state in high demand, there’s no better time than now to consider selling your home, but planning your future can seem like
By David Snow, Wesley Community Foundation Director of Campaigns Learn about this new addition to the chapel at Wesley Bradley Park Wesley Community Foundation donors Harriet Farman and Lee and Carrie Boulet named the chapel at Wesley Bradley Park Koinonia Chapel. Oxford Languages defines koinonia as “a Christian fellowship or communion either with God or
Residents of Wesley share when they knew it was time to move. After Karleen Kennedy’s husband passed, she was hesitant to leave her home of over 30 years. Although it was well maintained, the home needed repairs and the nearly three acres of landscaping was more than she could handle alone. This got her thinking
Irv Beadle and his wife of 63 years, Marlene, were avid marathoners, hikers, bikers, travelers, and all-around adventurers even into their later 70s. After Marlene passed, Irv gathered his children and informed them he was considering moving into a senior living community. “The stress of taking care of a loved one can be overwhelming, and
With Wesley campuses vaccinated, our communities are finding ways to show appreciation for the staff who have worked so hard to keep our communities safe and engaged during the pandemic. Wesley Lea Hill held a dinner and showed a movie at the “drive in” for staff. On April 16th, they screened “Guardians of the Galaxy”
Wesley residents debunk the myths of living in a retirement community. As we age, there are many considerations. From financial concerns, lifestyle factors to where you will live. Hear from two Wesley residents, Viki Long and Linda Hagen, about why they choose to make the move and debunk the myths about moving into a retirement community.
Discover how a mom and daughter found their community at Bradley Park. When Ilene Whitman moved into a for-profit facility five years ago, she happily lived an independent lifestyle. It wasn’t until the pandemic changed visiting regulations her daughter recognized something had to change. During COVID-19, Ilene’s facility implemented extreme visiting restrictions. No outside guests
With generations of families not uncommon at Wesley, meet some of our mother-daughter duos! WesleyDes Moines resident Janet Schempf knew she would eventually live on the campus she grew up visiting when she was a child. Janet is a Wesley legacy, one of the generations of mothers and daughters who’ve lived on the Des Moines
Learn what maintenance-free living means to Wesley residents. Moving from a home into an apartment can be quite an adjustment. Wesley’s maintenance-free living helps make the adjustment stress free. That means no more lawn mowing, house cleaning, plumbing problems or roof repairs. “At a certain point, it can be a lot to manage your home.