Services offered: Intermediate Care
Ashley Intermediate Care Centre, is an attractive Cotswold stone built care home standing in its own gardens within walking distance of the much sought after Charlton Kings village, on the eastern edge of Cheltenham.
About the Home
This warm and friendly care centre offers you the opportunity to continue to enjoy a fulfilling and independent lifestyle, safe in the knowledge that our dedicated, professionally trained staff team is on hand around the clock to give you the high quality care and support you need, when you need it.
There is a varied programme of social activities and events organised by our Activities Co-ordinator around each person's requests, hobbies and interests. We will be delighted to help you continue to enjoy existing pastimes and offer you the opportunity to try something new if you'd like to do so. From larger scale group activities and events, like our summer fun day, to arts and crafts, doing a jigsaw, gardening or simply reading a book, we make sure that everyone is able to enjoy themselves to the fullest.
Home-cooked meals are freshly prepared by our talented cook and kitchen team. As well as taking advantage of seasonal produce whenever possible, the tasty dishes are also carefully balanced to get best nutritional value and take account of any individual dietary requirements and preferences.
However, the best way to find out all that we can offer you is to come along, have a chat and see for yourself. Do give us a call to make an appointment - we'll be delighted to welcome you.
Ashley Intermediate Care Centre, commissioned by the local Clinical Commissioning Group (formerly PCT) offers intensive support and care to people who require rehabilitation following a hospital stay, before they return home.
- Provides physiotherapy and occupational therapy assessments.
- Experienced OSJCT staff assist with personal care needs.
- Multi-disciplinary approach enables continuity of treatment after transfer from hospital.
- Enables joint benefits of a hospital stay and recuperation experienced in a homely setting.