Stay up to date with news and information on our work in the local community and the charities we care about.
Here at Ashridge Home Care, it’s important to us that we can do our bit in helping the community. We have worked closely with a selection of charities who are doing amazing work in aiding older people and those struggling with debilitating illnesses.
On this page you’ll find news and information on the charities we have worked with and how they’re making a difference in their local communities. Be sure to check back for regular updates, photos from our events and fundraising news.
“Giving is not just about making a Donation, it’s about making a Difference”
We work with many clients whose families have been affected by dementia, so offering our support in funding research around this condition is something we’re very passionate about. We have worked to raise money for The Alzheimer’s Society across many different events such as our Dementia Action Week and Dementia Friends community sessions.
In September 2018, we arranged a memory walk for people living with dementia, with proceeds going to The Alzheimer’s Society. We wanted to support people and their families in the UK who are affected by Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Having volunteered to be Dementia Friends Champions, Trudi Scrivener, of Ashridge Home Care, is now delivering Dementia Friends sessions to people across Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire.
It’s time to take action .. Unite with us this #DementiaActionweek and help us improve the understanding of dementia and reduce stigma.
For more information about our memory walks , dementia friendly sessions and charity events, read our blog posts here.
Breast Cancer Now fund life changing research to help to put a stop to Breast Cancer and Ashridge Home Care have organised events and activities to help to support this important research.
In October 2018, Ashridge Home Care took part in Breast Cancer Now’s ‘Wear It Pink Day’, where carers wore pink for the day and shared their selfies to help raise funds. For every pink selfie we received, we donated £10 to Breast Cancer Now to fund their research.
We are proud to support The Princes Centre in Buckinghamshire, who work to provide support and day care services for elderly individuals who might be isolated, as well as adults with learning disabilities or mental health difficulties.
The Princes Centre share our goal of offering high-quality care across Buckinghamshire and are a charity who we like to work closely with, with Trudi Scrivener, owner of Ashridge Home care, being one of their trustees.
Parkinson’s UK aim to raise money to provide better care, treatments and quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s disease. We support their belief that nobody should have to live with Parkinson’s alone.
Based in Buckinghamshire, The MS Centre provide help and support for individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis. Their main goal is to help people to gain greater control over their MS so that they can continue to lead happy and healthy lives.
Stroke Association are the UK’s leading charity dedicated to fighting Stroke’s. Ashridge Home Care are proud to support the work of Stroke Association. In 2018, we helped to raise awareness during their Action on Stroke Month. Read our blog post here.
Age UK work nationally to help provide a lifeline and support for vulnerable older people and are a charity who’s work is very important to us here at Ashridge Home Care. We are happy to offer them our support in making the UK a better place for older people.
We are pleased to support Aida Running the 2020 Hackney Half Marathon, she is on a mission to raise well needed funds for Alzheimer’s Society. A charity that is doing wonderful things in our local community. Please get involved if you can and help Aida reach her target.
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