All posts in Events

Aspire’s very own Unsung Hero!

Congratulations to Jayne who we can now very proudly announce has been recognised as one of Kent’s Unsung Heroes! The Kent Unsung Hero Awards recognise…

Read more

Pelham teams tackle world’s largest triathlon

Having new experiences every day is something we should enjoy no matter how old we are, and that is something that many of those representing…

Read more

Dignity Action Day 2019 Writing Competition

Our Latest CQC Inspection

“Staff demonstrated meaningful consideration of the wellbeing of people they supported and were enthusiastic about providing high quality support. People and relatives spoke highly of…

Read more

Playing Video Games Could Stave Off Alzheimer’s

You can stave off the effects of Alzheimer’s disease by enjoying some of the active video games so popular with the youngsters. So says new…

Read more

Real Life Case Study – Angela

What was life like before Aspire? Angela lived at home alone, was terminally ill but wanted to remain as independent as possible. She wanted to…

Read more

Angela- May 2016

What was life like before Aspire? Angela lived alone at home, was terminally ill but wanted to stay as independent as possible. She wanted to…

Read more

Real life case studies. Edith January 2016

What was life like before Aspire? Edith lived at home with her husband, who had become her main carer after a private carer had proved…

Read more

Continuing Care

What is continuing care? NHS continuing healthcare is a package of ongoing care that is arranged and funded by the NHS where the individual has…

Read more

What causes dementia?

Alzheimer’s disease is the best known type of dementia. Half of all people with dementia have this condition, in which brain cells are damaged and…

Read more