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All WesleyLife communities provide Medicare-reimbursed, short-term rehabilitation services seven days a week. View More
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WesleyLife Hospice is there for you, with people gifted in providing comfort. View More
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The latest news and events within WesleyLife’s network of services.
Wesley Acres residents help students at a neighborhood school learn to read.
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Learn why others believe they made the right decision when they joined the WesleyLife network.
"Before Mom got sick, she got by at home with help from all of us. After she left the hospital, she was so pleased with the short-term rehab at Park Centre (in Newton) and went back home with more help from WesleyLife at Home. Now she loves Willowbrook Adult Day and couldn't be happier with all her new friends.”
"When Bob became ill, we felt so blessed that WesleyLife Hospice could come right to our townhome at The Village. Because of his deep faith and his years as a pastor, Bob didn't fear death. He wanted hospice because he thought it would be a comfort to our family and me. It truly was a gift."
"My wife and I enjoyed Meals on Wheels together for many years before she needed more care at Wesley Acres. Now that I've moved to a Central apartment not far from Stoddard Health Center, we can share meals once again and see each other every day. We are blessed by being among people who care so much about us."