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
Our Birmingham Care Home is Open For Admissions!
We can show you around our home via a VIRTUAL TOUR on video media if you contact us 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.
Latest CQC ESF Support Inspection passed! For this and more information on how we are effectively managing the pandemic click here.
The Finest of Care Homes in Birmingham
- Care Services Offered: Residential Care, Dementia Care and Nursing Care
- Manager: Kim Young
- Care Quality Commission Rating: Good in All Categories
- Telephone: 0121 554 9101
- Awards: Winner of 4 National Care Home Awards in 2018 including Best Care Home Group (Large)
- Features: Diverse cultural mix, focus on individually-led round-the-clock care, range of activities & excursions, private gardens and relaxing lounges, hairdressing salon & mini-bus
- Prices: Residential Care from £750 per week
Far More than the Sum of Our Parts…
Clare Court is a Birmingham care home that offers residential, dementia and nursing care in a diverse resident community that is as culturally diverse as the Birmingham neighbourhoods which it serves.
Just half a mile from Birmingham City Hospital, Clare Court delivers exceptional care and support delivered through a diverse group of trained staff, who celebrate the lives of each resident and ensure their continued well-being in what is a fun and companionable setting. We draw residents and care staff from towns such as Sandwell, Handsworth, Ladywood, Bearwood and Smethwick and spend much time visiting clubs and organisations in these areas, or just enjoying a spot of shopping and a meal out.
A range of outside speakers from local interest groups attend Clare Court to deliver talks that reflects the rich cultural mix of our residents. As part of the Avery Re-Connect Programme, we are developing the use of afternoon poetry sessions, utilising audio books and local artists to deliver poetry in a variety of dialects from Welsh and ‘Brummie’ to Patois. Local poets such as Ita Gooden from the Caribbean community, have been recent visitors to the home to support our work.
Staff are fluent in a variety of languages including Urdu, Punjabi, Mirpuri, French, Polish and Russian. We celebrate the contributions of each and every community from which we draw and our care teams also reflect this rich Asian, Caribbean and European cultural heritage. Our outreach into these communities is a strong feature of life at our Birmingham care home, and our Sikh residents enjoy visits from the local Guru Nanak temple in Smethwick.
Our large, comfortable lounge and dining areas are perfect for socialising and joining in with activities, but we also have more restful spaces for quiet conversations and thinking your own thoughts. Each of our bedrooms comes fully furnished with walk-in showers and flat screen TVs, and residents are encouraged to have as many personal items, keepsakes and mementos around them as they like.
Our enclosed garden is lovingly maintained by our resident gardening club and in the summer months you will find us in one of our two garden areas, with paths and chairs, it is the perfect place to enjoy a cup of tea and a chat.
We realise that moving into any residential care home can be a stressful time for all concerned, so we do our best to make the transition as smooth as possible. Families are encouraged to visit as often as they like, and whenever they like, and are a regular feature of daily life at our care home. Our regular visits to local places or groups means that our residents still feel connected with the communities from which they came, and the shared art, culinary and language activities that go on between our different groups allows people to settle quickly and make friends with residents from a quite different backgrounds.
To see what we get up to you might want to view our dedicated Facebook that is kept updated with all the activities and goings on in the home, or call our friendly manager Kim Young, who is happy to answer any questions you may have on 0121 554 9101
Clare Court is adjacent to another Avery run Birmingham care home.Get in Touch
Put a Smile on Your Face
It’s true that a smile makes all the difference and there’s no shortage of smiling at our nursing home with our Well-Being Coordinators dreaming all manner of activities that help each and every one of residents achieve an active and balanced lifestyle. From baking to bingo, arts and crafts to enjoying the company of dogs, we have something for every resident to enjoy, whatever their interests or abilities. Reminiscence is also a big part of everyday life at our home, either with one-to-one sessions or in a group activity. Our nominated Resident of the Day programme, and regular Skype sessions keeps people feeling special and in touch with the world around them.
Being part of our local Birmingham community is an important part of a fulfilled and rounded life, so we make sure to get out and about and regularly visit local venues, such as our nearby Community Club, the park, and the pub for lunch. We love the buzz of Dudley Road, with its rich variety of independent shops and we often walk down to it and enjoy a light lunch or a drink together.
Entertainers, local groups, school children and plenty of pets through the PAT scheme (Pets as Therapy) come to see us too. Life is varied and companionable at our Birmingham nursing home, just watch our videos below that capture some recent occasions.Enquire Now
Latest Clare Court stories
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
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
Samantha Litchmore, Home Trainer at Clare Court Care Home in Winson Green, was recently honoured for her outstanding achievements by winning the Managing Director’s Award for September. Clare Court is owned and operated by leading national care provider Avery Healthcare, and MD John Strowbridge was on hand to present Samantha with a certificate and cheque…Read More
At Clare Court our food is always freshly prepared every day, using local suppliers and is in tune with the seasons, where possible. All our meals are nutritionally balanced as well as being fresh and appetising, and we put on quite a spread with Carribean, Asian and European dishes all available. We are also well used to catering for any special dietary requirements either for faith or health reasons. Our Chef team pride themselves on keeping a note of residents’ specific likes and dislikes and are well acquainted with all the traditional favourites.
Dining is an integral part of life in our Birmingham care home. There are dining rooms on each floor where residents can enjoy each other’s company, and we also have a beautiful private dining area where friends and family can gather with their loved ones. As well as three delicious meals served daily, residents can indulge in a selection of freshly baked cakes, chocolate treats and savoury snacks throughout the day. And for those special occasions, our chef and team are sure to provide a homemade cake.Arrange a Visit
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28 Clinton Street,
West Midlands B18 4BJ
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