The Wesley Community today announced that Meghan DiMeglio, MT-BC has been appointed Director of Leisure Services at Wesley Health Care Center, part of the senior living campus in Saratoga Springs, NY.
In her role, DiMeglio is responsible for planning and scheduling all Wesley Health Care Center resident activities, organizing community outings, and coordinating well-being programs with outside groups.
“We are pleased to welcome Meghan to the leadership team at The Wesley Community,” said J. Brian Nealon, CEO of The Wesley Community. “Her skills and experience make her a valuable asset to both the residents and families who frequent our campus. Under her guidance, our services and activities will undoubtedly continue to grow and meet the needs of all those who call Wesley Health Care Center home.”
DiMeglio has extensive experience serving families and clients in all stages of life, and has implemented a variety of programming, activities and interventions which are educationally and developmentally appropriate to meet the specific goals of each person.
“I look forward to working with our residents to meet all of their therapeutic and recreational goals,” DiMeglio said. “It’s an honor to be a part of The Wesley Community and I’m excited to develop a meaningful rapport with each and every person here on campus.”
DiMeglio is a Board Certified Music Therapist and a National Roster Internship Supervisor, who has achieved the advanced certification of Hospice and Palliative Care Music Therapist designated by the Center for Music Therapy in End of Life Care. She is currently pursuing a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Music Therapist certification through the National Institute for Infants and Child Medical Music Therapy in partnership with Florida State University and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare.
DiMeglio is a graduate of Nazareth College of Rochester, where she received a Bachelor’s degree in music therapy. She previously worked for the non-profit organization CarePartners Health Services, located in Asheville, NC, where she served as both a youth bereavement coordinator and hospice and palliative care music therapist.