Wesley Place on Honeysuckle – Assisted Living in Dothan, AL – Welcome Home
Welcome to retirement living as special as you are!
Welcome home to Wesley Place on Honeysuckle. Here you can settle into an innovative, care-enhanced lifestyle that’s comfortably similar to how you’ve always lived. You’ll enjoy a setting of home shared with others in a neighborhood to call your own. You can choose when to get up, eat, relax or go out and enjoy all the activities and amenities our friendly community has to offer. We’ve renovated and expanded, but you can be sure our 49-year legacy of excellent care and faith-based loving kindness is as strong as ever. And with all levels of care in one location, it’s comforting to know that you can stay here with your friends and never have to move again.
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“When I moved into the new Rehab Inn, it was like moving into a different world…from the attentive staff and services to the décor and finishings, the new center felt like a luxury hotel.”
Blog and News
Meet new resident at Wesley Place on Honeysuckle, Sarah Izzell. She is a North Carolina native and the author of the children’s book Hattie’s Big Move. Sarah was privileged to be a witness during the monumental move of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in 1999 in North...read more
The CDC, the Alabama Department of Public Health, the Governor, and just about every other governmental agency and official recommends the wearing of cloth face masks during the current COVID-19 pandemic. But why? What kind of protection does a cloth face mask offer?...read more
A person living with dementia is already dealing with feelings of isolation. For one-on-one dementia caregivers, it can feel like this pandemic has dealt you a double-blow since you are now likely in isolation together. A person with dementia cannot process things...read more