At The Lodge of Ashworth, our members bring together people who share their skills and experiences. We provide an environment that encourages friendship, connection, and health, with an approach grounded in whole-person wellness. And we provide services to aid you with daily living, so you have time and energy to invest in doing what you love.
Time and Freedom to Do the Things You Love
Every day, you rely on other people, your family, neighbors, and others in the community who not only lend a helping hand, but also provide you with products and services. It doesn’t mean you aren’t independent; everyone relies on the different talents, skills, and the help of others throughout their life.
At The Lodge of Ashworth, we provide services like meal preparation, home maintenance, and housekeeping, as well as scheduled transportation and activities. As a Lodge member, you can rely on this support, and focus your energies on doing what you love, whether that’s spending time with friends and family, devoting your attention to a hobby, or discovering new passions.
What is Aging In Place?
Aging in place is a concept developed through long-range studies that examine successful aging. There are multiple dimensions of whole person wellness, including physical, emotional, social, spiritual, intellectual, and vocational. At the Lodge of Ashworth, we offer care and service designed to support all dimensions of aging.
Our in-house Caring Solutions staff works with our members to create a lifestyle that reinforces:
Physical Wellness, through regular health screens, fitness classes, and recreational activities like walking clubs.
Emotional Wellness, with seminars on stress management and plenty of opportunity for laughter and sharing.
Social Wellness, through formal and informal gatherings and celebrations, and an atmosphere of friendliness and concern.
Spiritual Wellness, in an environment that respects different faiths and belief systems.
Intellectual Wellness, with opportunities to learn about current affairs or world events with guest lecturers and gain perspectives and insights from other members of book clubs or discussion groups.
Vocational Wellness, with the opportunity to pursue hobbies and programs to serve others through volunteer efforts on campus and in the greater community.