Person-centred care is core to life at Ashridge Court, and we take great care to get to know your needs so that we can develop and maintain detailed care plans for you.
Getting to know you before you move in is an important part of my role as Home Manager, so I aim to do every pre-assessment interview myself. Each resident, along with their family, is also encouraged to develop their own History Book, which helps us to get to know you, your life and the things that are important to you.
We never forget that this is your home, and you are part of our family, and it is important to us that you feel valued as a member of our home community. Your relatives and friends are also part of the community here, and part of caring for you is to make sure that they also feel like a valued part of our extended family.
Our staff are proud of the home we have created, often spending time decorating the corridors and communal areas, and we have an ever changing display of art by local art groups hanging in the corridors, to ring the changes and make it feel even more homely.
We have seen many of our residents transformed by coming to live here, and in our Hazel Wing, our levels of expertise and care have meant that we are able to minimise the use of medication to manage the symptoms of residents with dementia.
What is most important is that you feel at home, and that you have the freedom and choice to live your life as you choose to, with you the comfort and reassurance of a committed and caring team of staff.
Find out more about Caroline’s vast experience in the care sector here.
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