Activities at Ashford House Care Home

Here at Ashford House we try to aim to cater to everyone’s hobbies and preferences, nothing is impossible! All our activities are designed to empower our residents helping them complete meaningful activities that stimulate them mentally, physically and emotionally. As well as sticking to 'mainstream' activities that you would normally find in this kind of environment, we aim to step outside the box with our provision. We think this is the best way of creating person-centred activities, as each plan is uniquely crafted around each individual, who are treated with respect and dignity in their choices and supported to take control of how they spend their time.

Enriching life
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Sheeba Khan

Activities Coordinator

Hi, my name is Sheeba, and I am an Activities Coordinator here at Ashford House.

Having a degree in Fine-Arts and a creative background enables me to plan person-centred activities according to the personalities and tastes of our residents here at Ashford House. I believe and work towards making a positive difference to their day to day life and I can honestly say this is one of the most rewarding jobs. I am really enjoying my role as an Activities Co-Ordinator at Ashford House.

Life-encriching activities booklet

Read our brochure 'Life-enriching activities' for more information about life in our care homes.
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Activities and Events Partnerships

As part of our bespoke life-enrichment programmes, we host a number of live virtual events in the home on a regular basis through a number of partnerships with places of interest and world class performance companies

Life at Ashford House Care Home

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A Visit from Santa

Residents celebrated a heart-warming Christmas at Ashford House Care Home, where personalized gifts brought joy to residents and staff joined in festive cheer. Our activity staff lovingly chose each gift the residents wished for and presented on Christmas Day where Santa was ready with his special delivery service. The pure joy on residents’ faces was all worth the preps. No matter how old you are, Christmas is a time of wishes coming true and that’s exactly what we wanted to achieve. Grateful for the warmth and togetherness shared on this special day.

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Pet Therapy

Today has been the best day here at Ashford House Care Centre - Barchester Healthcare

We were joined by Browells Wood Pet Therapy who brought us the most adorable animals for us to cuddle and love.

It is always amazing to see the positive affect animals have on our residents, there were lots of smiles and lots of laughter.

Thank you Debbie and the lovely Betty for brightening our day.


A Visit to King George VI Day Centre

Ashford House is proud to have community engagement at its core. Today, Cristina our Deputy Manager had the pleasure of visiting King George VI Day Centre in Windsor. We brought along a freshly packed hamper filled with goodies, and the smiles we received in return were priceless. We met some amazing people and made valuable connections. We look forward to keeping in touch and building new links within our wonderful community

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Happy Birthday Joyce

Residents and staff were honoured to join Joyce Francis as she celebrated her 100th Birthday in Ashford House! Joyce was thrilled to spend her special day with family and friends.


Dreams Come True

The excitement of dreams coming true is beyond the description of words. And we had a wonderful trip to #thamessailability to enjoy and even steer the beautiful “The Impossible Dream” along the Thames today to make David’s long awaited dream come true.

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Celebrating the King's Coronation

We were joined by the lovely deputy mayor Cllr Denise Saliagopoulos who said “A wonderful day made possible by all the hardworking staff - Housekeeping, Maintenance, Activities to name but a few! The food was amazing and those Cakes were a dream. Thank you Chef Mihai and Kirsty the prize Cake Maker! Linda and her Team were outstanding as usual! Daisy, Thank you for having me!”

Despite the rain, we celebrated with a 1940’s style garden party with the beautiful Amanda serenading us.

Everyone had a great time eating drinking and enjoyed live music from the 1940s. Resident's watched the live Coronation on televisions and joined in the garden later to carry on the celebrations.