A “Village” Within Our Communities In Central Ohio

Columbus, Ohio–Wesley At Home, a division of The Wesley Communities, has become a part of the Village Movement and is now operating within 6 Central Ohio communities to foster senior independence for those who are able to remain safely in the comfort of their homes. Communities include: Upper Arlington, Clintonville, Worthington, Bexley, Reynoldsburg and Pickerington, Ohio. This membership-based program provides residents in these communities over the age of 50 with professional home services, companion services and social connection programs to enrich their lives.

The Wesley Communities provides trusted service providers who offer amenities such as snow removal or general housekeeping to monthly social activities (i.e., book and coffee clubs) and companion aides for assistance. Wesley At Home provides the independence, safety and wellness that you might find in a retirement community without having to move from home. The Wesley Communities is leading the movement for aging in the community and connecting with aging residents to encourage activities and fellowship with family, friends and neighbors.

Individuals who meet certain income requirements may be able to receive financial aid as Wesley At Home is a (501c3) non-profit organization.

The Wesley Communities is an affiliate of the West Ohio Conference of The United Methodist Church that provides quality housing, health care and services for seniors in Central Ohio. Incorporated in 1967, The Wesley Communities continues to be a not-for-profit Ohio corporation that seeks to understand and meet the unmet needs of older people of Central Ohio. The Wesley Communities operates Wesley Glen Retirement Community, Wesley Ridge Retirement Community, Wesley at Home and Hospice Services at Methodist ElderCare in Columbus, Ohio.

To learn more about information about Wesley At Home or to become a volunteer, call (614) 633-9826 or go to www.wesleyathome.com

5155 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43214
www.wesleyathome.com

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