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1. Initial Enquiry

Being referred to us.

Depending on the case either we will be contacted by social services, a private individual / family, or someone looking for care. If you are considering placing a loved one into care please read our advice for caregivers.

2. Assessment

Finding out more about your needs.

The next step is for our trained staff to assess whether you would be suitable to be a resident at our home. This usually involves meeting the client for a few hours for an informal chat.

There will usually be 2 of us meeting you so we can get 2 opinions on your suitability. The assessment usually includes questions about:

Your personal details such as name, address, date of birth, next of kin, religion, marital status.

Your health including physical condition, mobility, dexterity, diet, skin and how many carers you would need throughout the day.

Your medical history including allergies, medication, illnesses, doctors details.

Your sleep patterns.

Your background and how you like to be treated and what you are expecting at the home.

3. Invitation to the Home

See for yourself what it’s all about.

Once you been assessed as suitable to join the home we offer you an invitation to visit. You can either come alone or with a family member and spend the day with us. Our staff will be on hand to guide you through the eveery aspect of life at the home and answer any questions you may have including payment, facilities, health and safety, and more.

A homely environment with a rich history

Come to see Alison House for yourself and see what makes it unique.

Read about our philosophy of care for the group.

View our gallery photos to see inside Ashleigh Court House.

Find out about how to apply to join Ashleigh Court House.

Write to us for any advice or assistance.