Wesley Manor has served older adults, providing them with a loving, caring, comfortable home and quality care, for nearly 48 years. A non-profit organization, related to The United Methodist Church, Wesley Manor welcomes people of all races and creeds.
Wesley Manor was founded and continues to operate on Christian principles; their philosophy continues to be one of service and ministry, care and compassion. The importance of the spiritual, emotional and physical well-being of a person is valued and it is Wesley Manor's goal to minister to all three. In other words, at Wesley Manor, they serve God by serving their residents.
Wesley Manor, sitting on 33 acres of land donated by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Reid of Frankfort, welcomed its first residents in 1961. Since that time, additional acreage was purchased in 1965 and again in 1995, bringing the total size to 83 acres. In 1973, the very first homes were built in Wesley Village, which currently has 91 homes. That same year a new residential wing and Health Center were added to the Manor. Most recently in 2005, Wesley Manor opened a newly designed and constructed 50-bed Memory Care Center; an addition to its completely renovated Health Care Center.
One of the largest employers in the area, Wesley Manor is a great place to work. It has one of the lowest employee turnover rates in the business, a fact that exemplifies its staff's dedication and commitment to residents.
Few retirement communities can claim they have provided services for nearly five decades. Today that depth and breadth of experience and expertise is put to work to serve each one of the residents. Financially sound and fiscally responsible, Wesley Manor is looking toward future growth and expansion. But being bigger isn't as important to its community as is continually growing in the quality of service provided. Proud of its rich history of service, Wesley Manor plans on adding to that strong foundation to build an even better tomorrow.