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Ashridge celebrates long service!

Having loyal and long-serving team members are the life blood of our business and as such we ensure we recognise those special milestones when they are achieved. So to celebrate... View Article

Ashridge gets some Oomph!

We’re excited to be partnering with Oomph Wellness, the UK’s leading wellbeing business for older adults, to enhance mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Our staff at Ashridge have been trained... View Article

Mad Hatters Tea Party

Talking about memories is one of the many things we love to do with our residents, and when talking about films they love ‘Alice in Wonderland’ came into conversation. They... View Article

Activities Programme

An active life is a healthier life, and can help to keep you more alert and mobile. Our activities co-ordinators are dedicated to making sure that your days are filled... View Article

Pottery

We have a lot of residents that are keen artists and are always willing to get stuck into our craft days, so this week we gave pottery a go! With... View Article

Raystede Animal Sanctuary

We love getting out in the local area, and with our friends from Oomph Wellness, we all hopped on the bus and headed out to Raystede Animal Sanctuary. Raystede is... View Article

Pizza Making

We always encourage hobbies and interests of our residents, and with a few keen cooks and bakers, we hosted an evening of Pizza making. Residents threw themselves into the activity,... View Article

Hawkhurst Fish Farm

What a day we had! With our friends from Oomph Wellness we all got on the bus and headed out to Hawkhurst Fish Farm. We all indulged in a spot... View Article

Pimp My Zimmer!

We have been showing off our creative talents decorating the residents zimmer frames. Research suggests that residents, especially those living with Dementia, struggle to identify their own frames which increases... View Article

Forget Me Knot

Loving someone who has dementia can, at times, be a challenging and very emotional experience that can be very difficult to know how to understand and cope with. Dave Williams,... View Article