• Open Door PolicyOpen Door Policy
  • Your care, health and well being is our priorityYour care, health and well being is our priority
  • Trips, outings and visits to local shops and eateriesTrips, outings and visits to local shops and eateries
  • Entertainment, trips and excursionsEntertainment, trips and excursions
  • Trained staff to best suit your needsTrained staff to best suit your needs
  • Staff are required to spend time with service usersStaff are required to spend time with service users
  • Family invited to become part of the processFamily invited to become part of the process
  • Support for the individual, family and friendsSupport for the individual, family and friends

Key Care Principles:

  • Friendliness
  • Open Door Policy
  • Person Centered Care Planning is core to our philosophy
  • Family and Friends invited to truly become part of the care process
  • Take the time to communicate – communication is a wonderful thing
  • To Provide genuine entertainment, trips, excursions and meaningful activities

Care Quality Commission Link


Domiciliary Care Agency

Ashton Domciliary Care aims to assist people with mental health problems who wish to remain in their ownhomes but are in need of support, guidance and care. Staff working for the agency will be committed to work in accordance with current legislation and to providing a good quality service and flexibility in the routine of visits. We also want to help service users to realize personal aspirations and abilities in all aspects of their lives and encourage service users to exercise choice, independence and control over their lives.


The Staff

All staff employed by the agency are experienced carers who have worked with people with mental health needs. They have received training in safe working practices, understanding and working with mental health and hold National Vocational Training Awards.


Core Principles

We strive to give help in intimate situations as discreetly and sensitively as possible and ensure confidentiality of information held about service users.

Treat each service user as a special and valued individual, help service users to present themselves to others as they would wish through their personal appearance and behaviour. Tackle the stigma which service users may suffer through disability and status.

Details of our latest CQC Inspection dated 21st September 2016
Safe: Good
Effective: Good
Caring: Good
Responsive: Good
Well-led: Good


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