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…


A Look Ahead at 2020

What’s in store for Wesley this year? There is plenty to be excited about as we look to the year ahead. Wesley is continuing to grow and expand its services and living options for aging well.  The New Gardens building at Wesley Des Moines is scheduled to open in July. Though little can be seen   Read more…


A New Move-In Opportunity at Wesley Bradley Park

For a limited time, move into The Commons apartments, and we’ll waive the care component requirement. The Commons apartments, typically paired with Catered Living services, are now available for those interested in independent living. For a limited time, Wesley Bradley Park is waiving the assisted-living-like services of Catered Living. This opens up more floor plans   Read more…


Home of the Month: The Hawthorne

Move into this new Bradley Park apartment without the care services fee. This one bedroom Hawthorne in The Commons has a kitchen with a full stove, fridge and microwave. Plus, for a limited time, Wesley Bradley Park is waiving the Catered Living requirement. Enjoy easy access to the Town Center in The Lodge and its   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…


Here come the holidays. Now add a pinch of Family Dynamics.

Michelle Graham sheds light on the holidays and dynamics of family communication. By Michelle Graham of Graham & Graham Eldercare Consultants Take a cup of family love and caring, a tablespoon of stress, a basket of concerns with fears surrounding aging and current or future care needs. Mix in different personalities and opinions. What do   Read more…


Wesley’s 75th Anniversary Celebrations

Wrapping up Wesley’s 75th Year. It’s been a festive year here at Wesley with all our campuses celebrating Wesley’s 75 years as an organization. Wesley Lea Hill kicked off the celebrations in August with fun 1940s themed dress and decorations.  That same month, Bradley Park held its Grand Opening and open house where guests were   Read more…


Home of the Month: The Redwood #365

Get extra care and be extra comfortable in this two-bedroom apartment in The Commons. Relax in the Redwood, a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in The Commons neighborhood at Wesley Bradley Park (pictured above is The Commons dining room). Relax in your new home that features large windows to let in plenty of natural light and two   Read more…


Wesley Home Health is HomeCare Elite!

Wesley Home Health has been awarded the HomeCare Elite® Award of Excellence! BIG NEWS! Wesley Home Health, provider of medically-directed in-home skilled nursing and rehabilitative therapies, has been recognized as one of the top 25 percent of most successful home health agencies in the United States. HomeCare Elite measures performance by using publicly available information   Read more…


Is it Better to Give or Receive?

From staff to residents, the spirit of giving thrives at Wesley. By Ellen Johanson, Annual Giving Manager Wesley Community Foundation Chances are you have probably heard, “It is better to give than to receive.” It is well-known since the person credited with saying it was Jesus Christ, so the saying has been around for about   Read more…