Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown has a huge buy-in, and that doesn't make any sense for somebody who is 90 years old to pay like $90,000. The lady that gave me a tour is definitely a sales lady, she was pushy, and I felt very pressured. The tour was very nice. However, the assisted living is all on the second and third floors, which is kinda locked in like there's not many windows, and you can't go outside, so it didn't feel very nice. The apartments were very nice, big, and roomy, but I didn't see much staff, and I was more interested in how my dad would be cared for instead of a nice, big room that he can just be locked away in. Cleanliness was OK, it looked neat, but it looked a little older. They had a lot of renovations, but they were more for the common areas, like the big cafeteria downstairs. They made a comment that my dad could go there and enjoy those things only if he could get himself there. However, he is not at the level where he can walk himself around, and he might not go into assisted living. He is rehabbing right now and he needs a lot of help, so that is not a good option for him, and it doesn't feel as comfortable.
Thank you for sharing your feedback regarding your tour at Wesley Enhanced Living Doylestown. Everyone's wish list is different, and we have many residents and family members who are highly satisfied with our layouts and options. We're sorry to hear that our community may not be the right fit for your family. For clarification, we have an entrance fee for our Independent Living and Personal Care apartments, but it amortizes over time, and could be partially refundable to the resident or their estate should the care level change. We offer a no entrance fee option for individuals entering the community at a Personal Care level as well, should they prefer not to pay the Entrance Fee.
Please feel free to contact us should anything change, we'd be happy to provide an additional tour or more information.