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Nursing Care

The nurses at Ashmere are very proud to work within the Ashmere family. With the support of our management and support staff we can strive to achieve the very best individualized care for our residents.

We offer care over a wide range of needs including older people, mental health, learning disabilities and physical disabilities.

We are supported in our role with continuing education and training within and outside the Ashmere group.

As nurses we strive to maintain the very best clinical practice working alongside other professionals in the community including GP, S Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Social workers and many more so that our residents are offered the maximum support to improve and maintain optimum physical and mental health.

We lead by example mentoring our care staff ensuring that by being valued our staff feel empowered to deliver individualized care to care to our residents with quality and compassion.

The nurses at Ashmere work together to our professional standards. The 6 “C”s

Communication – Central to successful caring relationships and effective team working

Care – Is the core business of our nurses across the organisation

Compassion – How care is delivered throughout the organisation

Commitment – To our residents is the cornerstone of what we do

Courage – To do the right thing for the people we care for

Competence – All in caring roles must have the ability to understand individual health and social needs

Our mantra is “There is no I in team

With the team so valued and individualised care so important, supported by technology we can strive to meet the standards required to provide our homed successfully within the Ashmere group and are proud to work within it.

Ask our Team

Just a few questions our new residents have asked on enquiry;

Do I really Need Care?

If you, a friend or relative feel that you/they are in need of care, you can ask Social Services to carry out an assessment of your/their needs. Once informed that somebody may need care, the authority, often jointly with the Health Authority or GP, has a duty to carry out an assessment should reveal if care at home or in a residential setting is needed.

How will I know if living at Ashmere is right for me?

All our homes have different facilities and atmospheres, so we'd encourage you to visit before you make up your mind.
Our staff are happy to cater for you to trial the home if you wish by coming in for respite care, we can also offer for you to have lunch with our residents so you can find out more about what life is like at Ashmere.

Working with Ashmere

"The Great British Care Awards judges said when making the award: "There is a palpable sense that the employees at Ashmere are an extended family.
Staff are empowered to help deliver good outcomes for residents and to make someone's day."

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