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The Finest of Care Homes in Hinckley
Care Services offered: Residential Care, Dementia Care and Respite Care
Manager: Paul Botham
Care Quality Commission Rating: Good in all Categories
Hinckley House is Avery Healthcare’s second care home in Leicestershire and has been modelled on its highly acclaimed sister care home in nearby Nuneaton. Since its opening, it has come to enjoy a very good reputation locally and attracts residents from across Leicestershire and neighbouring towns such as Burbage, Earl Shilton and Barwell.
Our retirement home is situated on Tudor Road in Hinckley and adjoins Richmond Park, whose changing seasons can be watched from some of our rooms. All of our bedrooms are of a good size and have en-suite, walk-in showers and TVs. The light and airy lounges are a comfortable backdrop to the high standard of care and quality of life our staff provide. We work hard to settle each person into their new home, encouraging them to bring their own keepsakes and mementos – and their family and friends along too for frequent visits.
We think our secluded gardens are rather nice, as are the special features of a garden aviary, gazebo and raised flower beds. We like to see our residents sitting out at the picnic tables in the summer. Yes, we do get some sun sometimes! And there is always somewhere quiet should you wish to spend some time alone, and get away from it all.
A feature of all Avery nursing homes is our free Wi-Fi throughout the building which ensures that our Facebook page is well maintained, keeping all our family members up to date with all that is going on. We put special emphasis on residents’ life stories, one-to-one sessions, making the best use of modern technology and keeping in touch through Skyping.
We like to think that Hinckley House is a companionable and fun place to live for all our residents, for whatever reason they have joined us, a real home from home.
To see what we get up to you might want to view our dedicated Facebook which is kept updated with all the activities and goings on in the home. Alternatively, call our friendly manager Paul Botham on 01455 639710 who will answer all your questions and arrange a tour of the home.
Family members are very active at Hinckley House and the home benefits from their support and enthusiasm. With the residents, they contribute to the running of the nursing home and have a say in setting up societies, like the wine society and chess club, for instance, and what goes on the menu. We like to make sure that both minds and bodies are well catered for! Here are a few of the recent memorable occasions:
The Mayor drops in for a bit of face painting.
We go on a narrowboat outing along the canal.
We have a patriotic tea party for the Queen’s birthday.
Snakes and dragons come to visit.
Newfoundland dogs are a hit with the residents.
Local community groups and schools are regular visitors, and in return residents play their part by raising money for neighbouring charities and associations. We take regular trips out of the home to places such as local restaurants, pubs, the cinema and our favourite garden centre. Our Facebook page here lets you see what we get up to each day. You can always join in with us, if you fancy it!
Our chef likes nothing better than laying on a spread for special and community events, such as fetes and open days, when we attract quite a crowd, not to mention the Mayor! But equal care is taken over our daily meals when there is always a choice of fresh, locally sourced if at all possible, and nutritionally balanced dishes. Special diets and are no trouble and we have ways and means of tempting those with poor appetites.
Freshly baked cakes and pastries, as well as fruit are always available should you feel peckish between meals, and milestone birthdays and anniversaries are marked with beautiful cakes. Dining is the social highlight of the day and we make sure that as many of us as possible gather together to share and enjoy each other’s company. A relaxing aperitif is served before each evening meal. Come and raise a glass yourself!
Hinckley House Care Home in Hinckley recently invited Avery Ambassador, Stage and TV actress Sherrie Hewson to a Summer Garden Party. The home was decorated in a pink colour scheme with beautiful pink and white flowers on the tables and bunting adorned the garden tables and gazebo. On arrival, Sherrie was greeted by Amanda Stubbs…
We are excited to announce that after a recent and unannounced inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Hinckley House Care Home has been rated as ‘Good In All Categories’! Some of the wonderful comments highlighted from residents, relatives and staff in our CQC report include: “People felt safe living at Hinckley House Care Home…
It’s been a season of birthdays here at Hinckley House Care Home. In August, we celebrated our fifth birthday since our home opened with a spectacular party, but on Friday 5th October we went above and beyond to celebrate our wonderful resident Vera Adam’s 106th birthday! Originally from Beeston in Nottingham, Vera used to work…
This August, Hinckley House Care Home celebrated in style with a huge party for our fifth birthday party! Our home was beautifully decorated with bunting and blue, white and silver glitter balloons, with the colour theme continuing in the stunning floral display in our reception area. We rewarded staff with flowers and prosecco as a…
Hinckley House Care Home went the extra mile to make Vera Adam’s 105th birthday truly magical, ensuring the day was full of laughter, love and lots of dancing. Everyone a had a fantastic time, with Vera getting a special visit from Mayor of Hinckley and Bosworth, Ozzy O’Shea, and Mayoress Jenny O’Shea. Ozzy commented, “It…
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