Our Five Care Homes in Birmingham
There are five purpose-built Birmingham care homes, two close to the city centre in the Winson Green area and two eight miles east of the centre at Tile Cross, all offering fine standards of care. We have also recently opened a care home in Bournville, to the South of Birmingham.
We know that there is no substitute for actually visiting a home, so don’t take our word for it, come and visit us and see for yourself what sets our collection of Birmingham nursing homes apart.
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Latest Birmingham stories
The staff at Albion Court Care Home in Winson Green, Birmingham, are celebrating their latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating of Good Overall! The CQC visited the home unannounced to complete a routine inspection. Throughout their visit, the CQC inspectors spoke to a variety of our staff, residents and visiting professionals, who all provided positive…Read More
Last year, local artist Imogen Morris contacted Clare Court Care Home and asked if she could meet some residents who would like to participate in an art exhibition. Imogen had contacted various homes and chose Clare Court to work with as she found our residents to be fantastic characters with a great sense of humour,…Read More
Everyone at Bourn View Care Home, Bournville are thrilled to announce that the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently inspected the home, and have graded us as Good In All Categories. There were some fabulous comments from our residents and relatives that were featured in our CQC report, such as, “Yes, I feel safe, it’s…Read More
We recently held our first Dementia Friends session at our Clare Court Care Home in Birmingham; 32 people attended. The event was a themed cheese and wine evening, with an information session about Dementia Friends delivered by Heather Perkins, our Dementia Support Advisor. The Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme was created to help as many…Read More
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence stipulate that ‘Older people in care homes are offered opportunities to participate in meaningful activity that promotes their health and mental wellbeing’ (NICE 2013). Clare Court Care Home in Birmingham truly reflects the city’s rich cultural heritage and meet residents’ needs by putting them at the heart of care planning. Using Avery’s comprehensive Well-Being…Read More
Aran Court Care Home in Birmingham has recently been inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) at an unannounced visit. We previously had Requires Improvement in all five categories, however we are proud to announce that we now have three ‘Good’ ratings in Safe, Caring and Responsive. These three are the categories that reflect most…Read More
Are you looking for a care home rated as Good in both Caring and Safe from the Care Quality Commission (CQC)? Then Albion Court Care Home in Birmingham could be the one for you. A standout offering with rich cultural diversity in both our residents and the staff group, we cater specifically for a range…Read More
Kim Young is the Home Manager at Clare Court Care Home and her Regional Manager and colleagues felt she had demonstrated really strong leadership, transforming staff performance and morale at the home, as seen in Clare Court’s latest CQC inspection results. Kim has also truly embraced the implementation of the Life Story boards; when Jo Crossland, Head of Dementia Care, visited the home, she was very impressed by Kim’s work,…Read More
We are proud to announce that Clare Court Care Home has scored ‘Good in All Categories’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an unannounced inspection in late August. The CQC adjudged that our home and staff scored consistently highly throughout its in ﬁve categories (Safe, Effective, Caring, Responsive and Well-led). The report had many positive…Read More
Friday 13th – unlucky for some? Not for the Avery teams that took part in the Care Workers Charity Three Peaks Challenge! Three staff from Amarna House Care Home in York joined five staff from Avery Group Support Centre for the challenge on 13th July, and soon discovered that the trek was much more demanding than…Watch the video