Trusted to care in Ipswich, Suffolk
Our purpose-built care home in Ipswich, Suffolk provides round the clock care combined with a luxurious lifestyle. The team at Asterbury Place deliver personalised care services for older people, including residential care, nursing care, and short-term respite care. We also offer specialist dementia care, and sensitive, supportive palliative and end of life care.
Asterbury Place is spacious and light, with its own hair salon, café, comfortable lounges and a cinema. Each bedroom is individually styled and has its own en-suite facilities. On warm and sunny days residents can enjoy exploring our secure, wheelchair-friendly garden with its sensory plants, water features and varied seating areas. Your loved one is welcome to bring their own small items of furniture to make their room feel more like home.
We are proud to announce we have recently won two awards, we have been accredited for our housekeeping, at the Suffolk Care Awards for Housekeeping Team of the Year 2021 and Caring UK Awards for Quality in Housekeeping 2021. Our team at Asterbury Place are dedicated and passionate about the care we deliver to your loved one.
When it comes to things to do at Asterbury Place, your loved one will be spoilt for choice. From quizzes and games to outings and dance sessions, there’s always something happening around the home. We also have some fantastic facilities for your loved one to enjoy. Whatever the weather, they can always keep busy and independent here.
At Asterbury Place we always assess every prospective new resident, so we know we can give them the care and support they need.Read more
Every day our colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
The dedicated and experienced team at Asterbury Place will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
We’re one big team here at Asterbury Place – I include the residents and their families in that too. This is their home and they tell us how they want it to be run, how it should look and feel. We never forget that, ultimately, they’re in charge.Christine Da SilvaHome Manager
Suffolk Care Awards winner 2021 - Team of the Year
Caring UK Awards 2021 winner - Quality In Housekeeping
Care Home Awards 2022 - Shortlisted in 16 categories
Caring UK Awards Winner 2021
National Care Awards Winner 2021 - Care Home of the Year
Care Home Awards Winner 2021 - Best Larger Care Home Group
National Association of Care Catering Awards Winner 2021 - Catering Team of the Year
National Apprenticeship Awards Finalist 2021
Social Care Top Leaders Awards Finalist 2021
UK Employee Experience Awards 2021 Bronze Winner - Employee Training and Development, Empowering ProgrammeRead More
Health Investor Awards Finalist 2021 - Residential Care Provider of the Year AND Property Developer of the YearRead More
LaingBuisson Awards Finalist 2020
Best Employer Support for Your Registered Manager 2020 AND Most Effective Approach to Leadership and Management 2020Read More
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Speak to our friendly care support team who can answer any questions you may have about the care available at our home and can help book a showround of the home at a time convenient to you.
Our help and advice guides have been produced by our experts and include real life experiences of older people and their families.Read more
Learn the best way to care for someone with dementia, from how to keep them happy to the questions you should avoid asking.
People living with dementia often have unmet needs which means they display behaviours that challenge carers. Read our guide to dealing with these changes.
We are very pleased to be able to say that, as the Spring booster Covid vaccination is being provided to residents in our homes, the additional protection and our continued infection prevention and control measures means we can start ‘living with Covid’ and regain more normality in day-to-day care home life.Read more about our approach