Nearly fifty years ago, at the 1969 groundbreaking ceremony for Embury Apartments, Rev. Roger U. Day, vice president of the board, said, “this is not an institution for the aging, but a home for our friends.” Embury Apartments soon rose up as the start of Saratoga Retirement Center. Not long after, Wesley Nursing Home opened its doors, making the campus one of the first in New York to offer housing and health care in one setting. Over the years, our mission has remained steadfast, and our services have grown to meet the needs of this remarkable community.
For all of us at The Wesley Community, caring for those who have made their home in Saratoga is not only our purpose, it’s our promise. We are committed to fulfilling a vision of a premier, personalized experience that brings the comfort and confidence of home to those we care for, and those who love them.
As part of this vision, we are proceeding with the next phase of the Springs Renovation Project. This $20 million dollar investment in the future for our neighbors, friends and family will create a peaceful and welcoming environment — one that is reminiscent of home. It will ensure that our friends and neighbors — those who have spent a lifetime in this area — remain close to the places and people they love.
With your philanthropic support, The Wesley Community will continue to evolve, bringing best in class services to our families and friends, remaining a home for generations to follow.
J. Brian Nealon, CEO