Avery Healthcare operates residential, dementia and nursing care homes throughout the UK, with a focus on the highest possible standards of living for our residents and peace of mind for family and friends alike.
We believe that your later years should be as enriching as any other, and that being cared for shouldn’t mean that your quality of living is compromised, whatever your age, whatever your condition. The design of our homes and our carefully selected staff, combined with our diligent approach to each and every residents well-being, affords residents the opportunity to flourish, to live a life of possibility.
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When you visit an Avery care home you will see first hand the excellence of our home design, and the comfort and style of our interior spaces, but you will also be struck by something that cannot be fully designed out, something that requires a far more subtle and concerted effort, the creation of an spirit of togetherness, of companionship and friendship.
We understand that fine buildings and good design is just a precursor to creating vibrant, supportive communities for the elderly that give our residents and their families the peace of mind they deserve and which celebrates the lives of our residents through sharing, reflection, good company and fun.
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Here at Rowan Court we like to make sure our residents have exciting trips out where they can interact with nature and encounter some fun and interesting experiences. This week the residents went bananas for our trip to Monkey Forest in Trentham, we walked amongst free-roaming monkeys and said hello to the babies and new…Read More
Alder House transformed into Murray Mound with our Wimbledon themed day which was full of fun and laughter. We read the Daily Sparkle, where our resident Moira got creative and made a patriotic hat to support Andy Murray, and enjoyed a coffee social before taking part in a themed Oomph exercise session. During the afternoon…Read More
Last weekend the residents of Acacia Lodge had a fantastic day out at Portland Basin on the Community Spirit Boat; the trip really embraced everyone’s love of local canals, history and wildlife. We enjoyed a great Oomph session on the boat, especially with the picturesque scenery all around us, and some of the residents even…Read More
Congratulations to our residents Brian and Hilary who celebrated their 61st Wedding Anniversary on the 2nd July, what an incredible inspiration to us all! Brian and Hilary met at Senior School where they courted for 2 years, they then married at Hathersage Parish Church in the Peake District on 2nd July 1955. They spent much of…Read More
A very special telegram was sent to Seagrave House containing some important wishes and congratulations for a 100th Birthday celebration. Our beautiful resident Daisy French, born on the 5th July 1916, celebrated turning 100 in style her with family and friends at Seagrave House. Daisy proudly held her telegram and card from Queen whilst she…Read More
Here at Hanford Court we like to engage the residents in activities and enjoyable trips out. Last week, a few of our residents went for a little stroll around Trentham Gardens where they thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful rivers of grass and floral labyrinths. There were smiles all round as we stopped off at a quaint…Read More
Tony Collins, of Acacia Lodge Care Home Manchester Talks About His Appointment as the First Black Football Manager
Tony Collins at Acacia Lodge Care Home in Moston Manchester Tony Collins was the Football Leagues first black manager when he took up the player/manager vacancy at Rochdale in 1960, subsequently guiding them to Wembley. Tony is now resident at Acacia Lodge Care Home and enjoying life. Ultimately, Tony became a scout at Manchester United…Read More
A former soldier, who was medically discharged when harrowing tours of Iraq left her with severe post-traumatic stress disorder, is finally getting her life back together thanks to Remploy and Rowan Court Care Home. “Whilst my training was rigorous, nothing could prepare me for the things I saw,” said Sam. “I joined up at the…Read More
Leading Northampton Care Provider, Avery Healthcare, has provided £1,500 in sponsorship for Abington Bowls Club. Avery have a comprehensive Well-being Programme for all of their residents, and trips out include visits to such clubs as well as other places of interest. Marius Feeney, Manager of two of Avery’s Northampton homes explained, “Our Well-being Programme is…Read More
The care my mother continues to receive, is nothing short of exceptional. Extremely helpful staff and the management team are great. This was a great recommendation from a friend.