Oktoberfest Open House

Wesley Homes is changing! Come to our Open House to see how we’re revolutionizing senior living! In 2014, Wesley Homes announced plans for a multi-year, multi-phase redevelopment of the Des Moines campus. The first phase started construction at the end of 2016 and is projected to be completed in July 2018. Now, we are getting   Read more…


Bradley Park Gets the Green Light!

Great news! Wesley Homes Bradley Park has received building permits for both the Lodge and Brownstone. Future residents of Wesley Homes Bradley Park, the Bradley Park Pioneers, are eager to see progress on their new future homes. The building permits have now been approved by the City of Puyallup, and the vision can now become   Read more…


Wesley Homes Celebrates Cultural Diversity

Wesley Homes International Day is a fun and growing event that honors the cultural diversity of staff and residents. Last month, the Wesley Homes Des Moines campus held its Fourth Annual International Day celebration, now a two-part event with the Flag Parade of Nations and the very popular International Bite of Wesley Homes. The flag   Read more…


Home of the Month: The Whidbey at Bradley Park

Complete with a sunroom, patio and fireplace, this warm and inviting space can be your next residence. The Whidbey is a two-bedroom, two-bath Brownstone Apartment at the new Wesley Homes Bradley Park campus. With walking trails leading into the Bradley Lake Park it’s easy to enjoy natural surroundings like beautiful foxglove flowers or local wildlife.   Read more…


What You Need to Know Before Viewing the Solar Eclipse

Washington will be treated to a rare, partial solar eclipse on Monday, August 21 at 10:20 a.m., starting at 9:08 a.m. This magnificent astrological event is not only beautiful but also potentially dangerous. As a Portland Oregon resident warns, viewing the sun without proper precautions can cause serious and irreparable damage to your vision. Because of   Read more…


Lea Hill Gives Back with a Community Blood Drive

Staff, residents and family at Wesley Homes Lea Hill donated blood to the Auburn community. An important goal for Wesley Homes has always been to be a part of the greater community through active involvement and charity work. That’s why Wesley Homes Lea Hill Human Resources Generalist Donna Hyder arranged for a local community blood   Read more…


Moving Into the New Cottages

With the first of the new Cottages complete, Des Moines residents are already moving in. It’s a New Day at Wesley Homes Des Moines where an extensive campus redevelopment has been underway since October 2016. The new campus, scheduled to be completed as early as 2022, will provide more modern amenities for independent and active   Read more…


Stopping Senior Enemy #1

Foil the falls epidemic; take charge of your safety. Consider a tale of two women in their mid-60s. Both snagged a high-heel shoe on carpet – one when rushing down stairs to her son’s wedding and the other when heading to her own retirement party. One broke a hip, the other tore up a knee.   Read more…


Home of the Month: The Terrace #42

This one-bedroom apartment is perfect for an artist or writer. Do you yearn for privacy? Or perhaps you enjoy the quiet life of an artist or writer. This tucked away one-bedroom Terrace apartment features a special writing nook with shelving and cabinetry ideal for stationery or paper crafts. Cozy and comfortable, the large living room   Read more…


Wesley Creates First College Student Program in Northwest

Wesley Homes Des Moines partners with Highline College to create a student resident program. Five Highline College students are participating in the first Wesley Homes Students-in-Residence, multigenerational program. “This is such a distinctive program,” said Wesley Homes Director of Sales and Community Relations Lynn Stapleton. “Students at Highline College are living on our Des Moines   Read more…