The Carbon River: An Adventure Seeker’s Dream

Learn about this beautiful and historic river near the new Wesley at Tehaleh. Carving the boundary of the highlands community of Tehaleh flows an adventure seeker’s dream. The Carbon River winds through a wonderland of old-growth trees, past stunning waterfalls, over whitewater rapids and around historical towns. The summer months are the perfect time to   Read more…


Home of the Month: The Bainbridge at Bradley Park

Now Available: Two-Bedroom Apartment at Bradley Park with Custom Finishes This upgraded two-bedroom apartment offers a roomy 1,800 sq. ft. with unique finishes from quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances to wood flooring in the sunroom.  The brightly lit sunroom that can be used as anything from an art studio to a study. Enjoy ample   Read more…


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 Corporate and Home Health Offices Move to Kent

With the Des Moines campus getting ready to open its new Gardens building in August, Wesley’s main office will be relocating. The corporate office and Health & Home Care began the search for a different location last summer and signed a lease with Center Pointe Business Park in Kent with a move-in date of this   Read more…


New Wesley Des Moines Sneak Peek

Work on the new Gardens building in Phase 2 continues on schedule! At this time, we have completed our initial “punch” inspections through all of the apartments. Final inspections will take place throughout July, and we expect to receive a Certificate of Occupancy by the second week of August. Current residents are scheduled to begin   Read more…


Our Friendly Guide to Tree Spotting in the Pacific Northwest

“Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world.” – John Muir The next time you’re walking among the timber, point your eyes up and discover the many different species of trees surrounding you. Our friendly guide to tree spotting will help you discover the 10 most common trees of the Pacific Northwest.   Read more…


12 Interesting Facts About Father’s Day

Since the Middle Ages, families have been honoring their paternal bonds with well wishes, lavish gifts, and family gatherings. This year marks the 110th anniversary when Sonora Smart Dodd founded what we consider the tradition of Father’s Day in America. While in various parts of the world it’s held on different days and often in   Read more…


Building a Garden Together

Residents at Wesley Bradley Park are keeping things interesting with this community project! Puyallup residents at WesleyBradley Park have been working on a project to help beautify the campus and enrich daily lifestyles that have adjusted to social distancing. The Bradley Park Community Gardeners are building 12 raised garden beds for their community. Naomi Reimer   Read more…


The Shared Vision Behind Wesley At Tehaleh

Explore the inspiration behind our newest campus in Bonney Lake. “You don’t just happen upon it. You have to know it’s here. In fact, you know it once the tree line visibly climbs higher, the Mountain appears closer, and the forest becomes ever present. A spirit resides here that only the outdoors is big enough   Read more…


Introducing Wesley’s New Palliative Care Program

Wesley Health & Home Care just launched its new palliative program in King and Pierce counties. The Palliative Care Program provides home health services for patients with advanced diseases who are homebound and have a need for skilled nursing.  Palliative care is often a bridge between home health and hospice services for those with a   Read more…