Acer Court Care Home in Nottingham (Nuthall)

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Postal Address:
Acer Court
172 Nottingham Road
Nuthall

Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
NG8 6AX
General Manager:
Elizabeth Smith

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About Acer Court

Acer Court Care Home, on Nottingham Road in Nuthall, is one of Avery Healthcare’s newest purpose built homes. The home borders Broxtowe Country Park and is a two minute walk from Phoenix Park tram stop, with regular trams into Nottingham city centre. We deliver compassionate residential, dementia and respite care in a secure, and lively environment that is finished to a very high standard. The home was opened in September 2011 and has since built up strong ties with the local community.

We are very proud of the high standard of care that we offer, and our staff, selected for their empathy and positive manner are often complimented by residents and their relatives.

  • Thriving elderly community with an active voice
  • Spacious rooms with en-suite walk-in showers and flat screen TV's
  • Shorter term respite care available
  • Restaurant quality meals served fresh daily with complimentary wine
  • Free access to Wi-Fi and computers including free iPads for video Skyping and surfing
  • Specialist dementia care for the Nottingham area

Vibrant Lifestyle at Our Nottingham Care Home

At our Nottingham care home we know how important it is for our residents to keep physically active and mentally stimulated, so our in-house Leisure and Activities Coordinators are always busy organising the daily schedule seven days a week. Most activities take place in the lounges and include poetry readings and sing-a-longs, as well as crafts and exercise classes - we even have our own cinema evenings and for the green fingered, a gardening club.

Acer Court Care Home has quickly built up strong links with the community, and residents benefit from visits from local schools and community groups. Young people volunteer to work in the home as part of their Duke of Edinburgh award, and the home takes an active role in the local community.

One of the most popular places in the warmer months at Acer Court is the patio and garden area. Residents are often out on the comfortable seating, or in the gazebo enjoying freshly baked treats from the kitchen.

We have an enthusiastic gardening club who contribute heavily to the upkeep of the garden. The raised flower beds are perfect for getting your hands dirty. We also grow vegetables to be used in the kitchen by the chef, so when we say our food is locally sourced - we really mean it!

At Acer Court we feel it is vital that residents are in touch with their friends and family outside the home. With this in mind, there is access to free Wi-Fi throughout Acer Court and we are always on hand to support residents in using the computers.

For a bit of pampering, our residents like to visit the hair salon or aromatherapy suite, you can have your hair cut and styled or have a relaxing massage from professionally trained staff.

We encourage residents to have their own routines and they can come and go as they please, be it for a walk in the neighbouring park or a trip to the pub for lunch. 

Fresh Food Served Daily at Our Nottingham Care Home

With three meals served in the dining room a day and a regular supply of tasty, homemade snacks and cakes from the kitchen, our residents enjoy a full, nutritionally-balanced diet with a few indulgent treats thrown in. Family and friends are welcome to join residents for meals and on special occasions we roll out the barrel and produce some tasty party food. 

All the meals are made fresh every day from locally sourced ingredients, and our diverse menus are shaped around the preferences of our residents. The chef will always to act on the feedback that comes straight from the diners. If there is something that you really fancy, chef will do his best to incorporate it into the menu.

Mealtimes, especially the evening dinner, are often a highlight of the day - residents can share a good, restaurant standard meal and chat about what they have been up to. We like to make sure special occasions are marked and residents get to pick their favourite birthday cake. Guests are always free to join residents at mealtimes.

Specialist Dementia Care in Nottingham

As a specialist provider of dementia care, Avery Healthcare is very proud of the unit at Acer Court care home. Our dementia care strategy, Connect, pays attention to the unique needs of each individual, aiming to ensure they live a happy, active and fulfilling life. Of special note is the reminiscence therapy, where carers use props like photos or personal items to encourage residents to talk about their lives.

As part of the Intermediate team of the Nottingham City Care Partnership, we have a convalescence suite on the top floor of Acer Court. This scheme was a finalist of the Innovation award in the British Medical Journal care awards, something of which we are proud to be associated with.

Great Location with Access to Major Transport Connections

Our Nottingham Care Home is just off the A610 Nuthall road which is only a about 10 minutes drive from Junction 26 of the M1, making the home easily accessible for visitors. Also close by is the Phoenix Park tram stop with its access to the city centre and its park and ride scheme.

For more information why not give our general manager Elizabeth Smith a ring on 0115 895 0088 . Or you can contact us online here.

Acer Court Care Home Receives Excellent Review From The CQC 

In the CQC’s March 2013 inspection of Acer Court Care Home offered a glowing review covering all aspects of the home - from the quality of care and the compassion of staff through to the dining experience! Read the highlights of the CQC report here.

Kind Words about Acer Court

  • I want to thank every body at Acer Court....
    P.B. - Wednesday, November 20, 2013
  • The care leader has got (in my opinion) a wealth of experience and skills allowing her to lead her team and more importantly give professional care to the residents
    P. H. - Friday, August 30, 2013
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