The COVID-19 pandemic provided challenges and anxieties for everyone, particularly for care home residents and family members who were not able to be together. Avery were one of the first care home groups to implement safe garden visits to address this, but are now excited to announce that they are now able to offer managed…Read More
Viewing and Visiting Our Care Homes
New Admissions Being Taken and Visiting Your Loved Ones
The health and well-being of our residents and staff teams remain a priority at all Avery care homes, and we are managing developments in the Coronavirus outbreak responsibly by following Government, World Health Organisation and Public Health England guidance, as we keep everyone safe and well. This has meant that we have been unable to accept visitors for a tour in person during this time.
We can show you around our homes via a VIRTUAL TOUR on video media if you contact them by telephone, and also enable you to visit your loved ones either by means of a GARDEN VISIT or a safe visit to an outside room especially designed for visiting. For more click here.
You Earn Your Reputation – Here’s What the Public Says About Us
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 resident, affords them the opportunity to flourish, make new friends, maintain contact with their local communities and live a life of possibility.
Finding Your Care Home
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 a spirit of togetherness, of companionship and friendship.
We understand that fine buildings and good design are 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 above all fun.
It is this diligent approach that has recently earned two of our care homes an overall rating of Outstanding by our industry regulator. Why not visit one of our homes, spend some time in the company of our residents, talk to staff and feel the warmth and support that fills the home.
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You wont find cooks in our care homes…
…but you will find our Chef Teams who are expert, skilled and just waiting to serve you with imaginative meals devised through our Food For Thought culinary workshops.
Latest Avery stories
Welcome to the August issue of Avery Talk, our monthly update of all the latest from Avery. Read about gentleman bonding, centenarians birthday celebrations, a taste of the Olympics and the generosity of people and companies during lockdown! There’s much more too with stories from around our communities, and updates about how we continue to…Read More
During the pandemic the care sector regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC), has not been able to visit care homes to undertake their usual assessments. They did however wish to ensure and monitor that they were responding to and managing correctly and effectively the challenges brought about by the coronavirus. So the CQC has implemented…Read More
Much has been made of the outstanding efforts of many in the NHS and care sector during the challenging time of the coronavirus, with individuals and staff teams going above and beyond to combat the threat and keep others safe and well. It takes something truly special though to be recognized above many others, for…Read More
Here is the latest update on how we are managing the coronavirus pandemic. We continue to see reassuring outcomes for the testing results, and we are pleased to report that across the Avery group we are now virtually virus-free for both staff and residents. Despite the media portrayal of the sector, our care homes are…Read More
Welcome to the July issue of Avery Life, now a monthly update of all the latest from Avery and our leading care homes. Read about the success of our introduction of safe garden visits, enabling families to visit their loved ones for the first time in weeks, and a tale of enduring love from Newcross…Read More
Welcome to Issue 6 of our new fortnightly newsletter, Avery Life. This edition, we’ve got stories from around our communities including outdoor fun with cocktail parties, and generous donations from both local and national supporters of the fine work our homes are doing during challenging times. For all this and more, click here to download Avery…Read More
Music plays a central role in supporting residents to live well in many care homes, and is a significant feature in most well-being and activity programmes, ranging from informal sing-a-longs and choirs within a care home to visiting entertainers. The value of utilising music in a more personalised way is now widely recognised as a…Read More
Avery’s Northern Regional Manager, Maria Booth, made a clean break from her normal hairstyle by having her head completely shaved in late May. For mutual support, Maria undertook this hair-raising task with good friend Janet Burgin, both conscious that their own ‘natural highlights’ were not under control due to salons being closed in the lockdown.…Read More
In an exciting move for both care home residents and their families and friends, Avery Healthcare has announced a way forward to bring everyone together again after the recent enforced separation. It’s a ray of sunshine for those desperate to see their loved ones. Mass testing throughout the Avery homes is drawing very encouraging results…Read More
A warm welcome to Issue 5 of Avery Life, keeping you updated fortnightly with all the top news from our wonderful care home communities, showing the fun our residents are having thanks to our dedicated and hard-working staff. This edition, you can read about our lucky residents who continue to be pampered in our salons,…Read More
Avery Healthcare has always made the health and safety of our residents and staff a priority, and the Covid-19 pandemic has required us to raise our exacting standards to even higher levels. That is why we are taking the innovative step to introduce a cleaning system into our care homes that is already proven to…Read More
Having built and shared a lifetime of memories and events with family and friends, we are always delighted to welcome couples to reside in our care homes. With this, comes the joy of being able to celebrate some significant landmark anniversaries for some of our long-wed couples, especially when it’s a diamond wedding anniversary. A…Read More
On Saturday 27th June, our homes celebrated Armed Forces Day with music, laughter, and great food. This countrywide event commemorates and shows support for those who have served, are still serving, and remembers those who have not returned. Avery are proud to have many staff members and residents who represent all sectors of service. From…Read More
South Lodge Care Home were delighted to present signed Leicester City fan mail to overjoyed residents during lockdown. The Premier League recently met with the Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden to discuss, “Project restart”, seeing the return of live professional football albeit “behind closed doors” to our screens from the 12th June. During the Coronavirus pandemic,…Read More
Clayton Manor Care Home in Congleton recently received a letter of praise from Nichola Thompson, Director of Commissioning for Cheshire East County Council, thanking them for their dedication and commitment to the well-being of their residents during the Coronavirus pandemic. Home Manager, Debbie Marshall, was delighted. She said, “The team and I were really pleased…Read More
The staff at Knowle Gate Care Home in Solihull certainly know it all, in all categories! They’re thrilled that after the Care Quality Commission (CQC) made an unannounced inspection, they have rated the care home as Good In All Categories. The CQC report featured many great quotes from staff and residents about the quality of…Read More
Acorn Lodge Care Home in Nuneaton were thrilled to receive a letter of gratitude from Monica Fogarty, the Chief Executive of Warwickshire County Council, thanking them for their great efforts during the Coronavirus pandemic and for going “above and beyond” in the way that care has been continued to be given in this increasingly challenging…Read More
Scholars Mews Care Home in Stratford-upon-Avon were delighted to receive a letter of gratitude from the Chief Executive of Warwickshire County Council, thanking them for their great efforts during the pandemic crisis and for going “above and beyond” in the way that care has been continued to be given in this exceptionally challenging time. Sharon…Read More
When Billy, who lives with dementia, was admitted to hospital from Highcliffe Care Home in Sunderland, he found it difficult to understand the need for social distancing, and other precautions that were in place, including staff wearing PPE. The hospital team reported to staff at Highcliffe that Billy had become very distressed, which was totally…Read More
Welcome to Issue 4 of Avery Life, keeping you updated every fortnight with how quickly things are changing in the world that we now live in. We know that this new format newsletter is looked forward to by residents, and to add to the fun we are introducing a ‘Spot The Mistake’ feature. This issue…Read More
I am writing to provide you with a further update on where we are within the current coronavirus pandemic. Family visiting None of us anticipated the length of time we would be unable to see our family and friends, so I am hopeful that The Prime Minister will relax some of the rules very soon.…Read More
Observing social distancing whilst maintaining a sense of normal life during the current pandemic is a challenge for all of our staff, and particularly those who care for residents in our memory care suites. Due to memory problems and other cognitive difficulties, it is almost impossible for residents living with dementia to process and understand…Read More
“I feel safe, they [staff] are very observant here, and you are looked after.” “The food is excellent, there’s a good menu and plenty of choices, and if you don’t like what’s on the menu, you can ask for something else.” “The carers are just so kind and lovely, they really do care about us…Read More