These are testimonials from relatives who have used the service at Asquith Hall.
My husband has been at Asquith Hall for 2 and a half years, he suffers from dementia and is sometimes difficult, he also has a heart condition. He is secure in this home, staff treat the residents with respect and care. Rooms have own showers and toilets, this gives a resident privacy which is important.
Thursday 25 April 2013
My husband has been a resident for nearly three years now. He is always clean and well cared for and appears happy and content. All staff are very friendly and welcoming. It is a joy to visit my husband, staff and other residents.
Wednesday 17 April 2013
My Mother as been in Asquith Hall for approx 6 months she has dementia, before going to Asquith she was very depressed and didn’t want to live, I am so delighted that each time I visit her I see my mum, what she used to be like happy always smiling, I want everyone to know what an excellent job all the care staff and management are doing there, they have an excellent manner on approach to each and every resident in there. This is comforting for me as I am a manager of a care home myself and I look for a high standard of care right across the board. I am happy knowing she will be cared for in a friendly caring environment. keep up the excellent work.
Tuesday 11 December 2012
My husband was one of the first residents when Asquith Hall opened in June 2010. He had been moved four times and spent six months in psycho-geriatric ward in hospital because of his complex needs. He very soon started to settle and was shown great kindness in the care he was offered. I have visited very frequently, not always at the same time of day, and have noted the gentle but firm way all the staff deal with every situation. Even residents with the most severe dementia are dealt with respectfully and their dignity is maintained at all times. There is 24 hour care with fully trained staff in attendance at all times. There are so many negative reports of unkindness and abuse of the elderly that I feel I must put on record the other side of the picture.
Monday 2 April 2012