Asher Nursing Home
Asher offers treatment, person-centred, and residential nursing care to men and women with enduring mental health issues. We specialise in the treatment and care of individuals with diverse mental health problems.
We accept people with a range of mental health problems but the policy is also inclusive of accompanying conditions such as physical disability (e.g. limited mobility), and physical health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, incontinence, and later stage recovery from alcohol and substance abuse.
Each person’s individual needs and preferred ways of living are assessed prior to admission. The service user is encouraged to fully participate in the formulation of their personalized care plans.
Our aims are to work with service users, families, external professionals and advocates in building a safe, secure, person centred, homely and friendly environment in which residents have an optimal level of control over their own lives and care.
The home is on three levels with a passenger lift providing access to all floors. Service users are welcome to bring small items of their own furniture, pictures, and ornaments to personalise their room.
Communal space consists of a combined lounge dining room, meeting room and a smoking conservatory.
There is a small rear patio area connected to a car parking area. The home provides wheel-chair access, handrails and a bath-chair for services users with restricted mobility.
- 24-hour care
- Full central heating
- Emergency nurse call points
- Assisted laundry
- Assisted baths and dressing
- Monitored medication and dispensing
- Choice of menu/special diets catered for
- Guests catered for
- Patio/garden area
- Daily activities and occasional outings
- Daily newspaper (optional extra)
- 33 Wilbury Gardens, Hove, Brighton, BN3 6HQ (directions displayed on map)
- Macleod Pinsent Care
- Service Type:
- Residential Homes and Nursing Homes
- Accreditation Scheme Membership:
- Care Quality Commission (CQC)
- Your Age Group:
- Adults under 65
- Adults 65+
- For People With:
- Mental health needs
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body established to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.
Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists, and care services delivered in your home are meeting national standards to be respected, involved in your care and support, and told what is happening at every stage.
This page was last updated on 04 January 2019
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