Ashbury House is a modern, detached residential service close to Magor village and Newport City Centre for adults with profound and complex health needs, such as epilepsy.
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Some individuals living at Ashbury may also have physical disabilities, visual and hearing impairment and sensory loss and therefore need very personalised, individualised support.
Ashbury House is a positive, homely and caring service, consisting of six bedrooms. With lift access to the upstairs, this service is suitable for people with mobility issues. The long-standing, friendly team are also fully trained in Epilepsy support, Peg Feeding and medication via Peg.
Person-centred goals and achievements, big and small, are a key focus and greater independence and choice on a daily basis is actively supported. Individuals develop daily living skills including baking and laundry and help with what they feel able to do, with real encouragement from the team. The team also take great pride in arranging special events around the individual’s needs and interests and have a strong, supportive network of family, friends and people in the community.
With good transport links and transport facilities on site, involvement in the community and all the social and leisure activities Newport has to offer is actively encouraged. The focus is on living an active, enjoyable and fulfilling life.
People can also attend the nearby New Horizons Day Centre for individuals with learning disabilities living within the local community. Here they can learn new skills, enjoy social activities and build new friendships.
- Residential service for adults – male and female
- 6 bedrooms
Call: 0808 223 5320
- Access to the local community
- Communal areas
- Peg feeding equipment
- Pleasant gardens
We are 95% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential and supported living care (Figure stated as at October 2022)
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Views & Opinions
“People are treated with dignity and their voice is heard, they engage in activities and have access the community. Personal plans are outcome focussed and regular reviews take place.”Quote from CIW Inspection Report - August 2022
“We observed throughout the day that people did different things. One person was enjoying an activity in the garden, we saw them smiling and from their body language it was evident they took a great deal of enjoyment from this activity.”Quote from CIW Inspection Report - August 2022
“A key worker system supports people in making decisions about their care, providing them with opportunities to be involved in things of importance to them. We saw one person relaxing in the comfort of their bedroom watching television, whereas another person was using an ‘Alexa’ to play their favourite music in the garden.”Quote from CIW Inspection Report - August 2022
“Staff are caring, knowledgeable and responsive to people’s needs. There is a dedicated staffing team who are trained for their roles.”Quote from CIW Inspection Report - August 2022
“Records of meetings reflect that people’s wants and wishes are considered. Visiting arrangements are in place and oneQuote from CIW Inspection Report - August 2022
family member told us they feel involved in the care arrangements.”