Why choose Ashlea Mews Care Home in South Shields
- All bedrooms en-suite, spacious and can be personalised
- Long-serving and consistent staff team
- Video calls available throughout coronavirus pandemic
- Home Manager operates an ‘open door’ policy
- Landscaped gardens with decking area
“My nana has been at Ashlea Mews for four years until she passed away there. The staff were lovely and treated her as if she were their own family. Their kindness and compassion to nana and us as a family during her final weeks and days will never be forgotten. The staff work long hard hours but still made time for us all, we appreciated all their hard work. I would like to say a big thank you to each and every one of them.” Granddaughter of Resident, Feb 2020 source: carehome.co.uk
Welcome to Ashlea Mews Care Home - A specialist respite, dementia and residential care home in South Shields.
Rated Good by our regulators CQC, Ashlea Mews is a two-storey specialist respite and dementia care home located in the heart of a residential area, close to the Chichester Metro stop. Our care home is made up of 40 en-suite rooms all decorated to a high standard, with new flooring and furniture in each bedroom.
At Ashlea Mews we pride ourselves on offering a friendly and warm atmosphere, our long stand members of staff help us to provide that home away from home feeling to residents. We have home-cooked meals on offer from an experienced cook and relatives are encouraged to choose menus for their loved ones. GP’s visit the home every fortnight alongside members of the local community (pre-covid).
Our landscaped gardens are both pleasing and secure for short walks and fresh air and residents can often be found relaxing there. Our care home has many communal areas which provide a focal point for our residents to come and spend time together or to take part in activities.
Meet the Manager
Hello, my name is Vicki Yeoman and I am the Home Manager at Ashlea Mews. I have worked in the care sector since 1989 and started off at Ashlea mews as a night shift care assistant in 2007, whilst being at the home I completed my Level 2 and 3 NVQ and progressed to a senior carer. I was passionate about both medication and end of life care for residents and used this to reach Deputy Manager status. I completed my NVQ level 5 in January 2017 and became Home Manager at Ashlea Mews and I have not looked back since.