Kevin Anderson, president and CEO of Wesley Homes, was an honoree at the Business Examiner’s third Annual Pierce and South King County Health Care Champions event. Kevin received the 2011 Eldercare Award in recognition of his extraordinary dedication and innovation in the field of elder care. “It gives me great pleasure to help bring new [...]
Archive for June, 2011
Wesley Homes’ own Dennis Eibe, vice president of Corporate Compliance, Risk Management and Disaster Planning, has been recognized by the Executive Council of the King County Healthcare Coalition for his significant contributions to Wesley Homes and to the community as a whole.
Wesley Homes Foundation has great news! Wesley Homes is partnering with The Seattle Foundation for GiveBIG, a community-wide giving challenge. This is a new, one-day, online charitable giving event for organizations in King County. By giving to Wesley Homes through GiveBIG, you will increase your generosity: The Seattle Foundation and local businesses will match a [...]
This delightful and close-knit family crossing was captured in front of the Health Center by Deanne Zitkovich, Wesley Homes staff member.
With all of the ingredients added to our daily beverages, we are pretty far away from simple, healthy water. How can we make better choices when it comes to what we drink? Women’s Health identifies the 20 Worst Drinks in America and provides healthier choices. Read more.
Lou Batori has been skiing since he was 10 years old. Now he’s 100 years young. Learn how Lou stays active. Read more.
Recipe of the Month: Chilled Tomato Gazpacho with Avocado Topped with Black Bean & Grilled Corn SalsaThursday, June 2nd, 2011
Ingredients – Gazpacho 1 quart, 1-3/4 cup and 2 tablespoons Tomatoes, Fresh, Chopped 1-1/2 teaspoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 cups, 2 tablespoons and 1/2 teaspoon Vegetable Juice Cocktail, Canned
America has become a very mobile country, which often creates long distances that separate grandparents and grandchildren. According to an AARP study, 45 percent of grandparents live more than 200 miles away from their grandchildren. That distance makes it difficult to build and maintain a relationship. So how can grandparents keep in touch? Today’s technology [...]
The heat of summer will soon be upon us. After the dreary months of rain, the summer sun encourages us to get out and be active. Activity is fantastic, but we should be aware of how the summer heat can affect us when we overdo it. Our youngest and our eldest are often the first [...]
How does one go from being an army infantry officer to chaplain at Wesley Homes? For Chaplain Mike Byrd, it was the result of a few key decisions and guidance from God. “I’d always wanted to be a foot soldier,” said Mike. “My father was in the Colorado State Patrol, but I didn’t want to [...]