A Special Graduation Ceremony at Lea Hill

Many high school graduates have had their graduation ceremonies cancelled due to the coronavirus, but the residents and staff of Wesley Lea Hill wanted to do something special for the 11 high school graduating seniors who are employed at Lea Hill. The residents of Wesley Lea Hill, Life Enrichment Director Marlene Feliciano, Alex Flores and   Read more…


Wesley Lea Hill: Business of the Month

Article from Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce Auburn Area CONNECT has recognized Wesley Lea Hill as its “Business of the Month”! The Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to recognize Wesley Lea Hill senior living as the Auburn Area CONNECT Business of the Month for March 2020. Wesley Lea Hill is a senior living   Read more…


The Artist Behind the Sculptures at Wesley Lea Hill

The beautiful sculptures at our community in Auburn were donated by a priority reservation list member. Alex Kamola is known to those at Wesley Lea Hill as the sculptor who created the beautifully unique ceramic pots that adorn the campus’s front doors. He creates these pieces by meticulously building up the walls of the pot   Read more…


Sharing Christmas Memories

Wesley residents share some special personal stories. Christmas is one of the most wonderful times of the year. The colorful lights and Christmas decorations, laughing children, crisp weather and the celebration of the birth of Christ define the holiday season. These elements make the season joyful. Christmas is also significant because of the time we   Read more…


Mira Kruszewski Awarded by Polish Government

Wesley celebrates Mira for earning a prestigious award for her published works on Polish emigration to America. Just last month, Wesley Lea Hill staff member Miroslawa “Mira” Kruszewski was awarded the Knight’s Cross, an honor from the Order of Polonia Restituta for outstanding achievements in the field of education, science, sports, arts and more, or   Read more…


Learn About Lifelong Learning at Wesley U

These horses were the mane event at Wesley U! Wesley U is Wesley’s lifelong learning program, now available at all three Wesley locations. Wesley U offers residents and non-residents who are 50 years or more the opportunity to enroll in a wide variety of enriching classes. Recently at Wesley Des Moines, residents enjoyed a four-part   Read more…


What is Catered Living?

Learn about Wesley’s Catered Living service. Catered Living is a flexible home care program offered in The Commons apartments at Wesley Lea Hill and Wesley Bradley Park. It is designed with enough flexibility to meet each individual’s care needs so people can live with confidence. The program offers a complete daily dining service, weekly housekeeping,   Read more…


5-Star Care at Wesley

Wesley has recently earned three 5-star Medicare ratings! Three Wesley health divisions have been awarded Medicare’s top marks in this year’s state survey. Wesley Des Moines Health Center earned an overall 5-star rating based on a state review of health inspection, fire safety, staffing and care quality. “Our five stars signal superior care and personal   Read more…


Cold Weather is “Snow” Joke

With continued services necessary, Wesley employees came together during the snow storms to help support staff and residents. Over the past week, a series of snowstorms hit the greater Seattle area with over 20 inches of snowfall. These storms have broken the record for the most February snow since 1949. While many businesses and schools   Read more…


Meet Gerry and Corinne

This happy couple met and married at Wesley Lea Hill! Gerry Roux and Corinne Garland met while dining at Wesley Lea Hill. He is a retired Boeing electrical engineer, and she is an accomplished artist. Corinne’s love of art includes “Eagle Catcher”, the driftwood sculpture from Hawaii that she donated to the Lea Hill Rehabilitation   Read more…