Care Homes in West Midlands

Are you looking for luxury residential care homes in West Midlands for an elderly loved one? Avery’s extensive portfolio of excellent care homes spans across the region, including six wonderful care homes in the West Midlands.

We are proud to provide care homes which are equipped with everything our residents may want or need to feel perfectly at home, whilst being supported by expertly trained staff. Our care home collection offers a range of care services including respite, residential, nursing and dementia care, at Avery will have the perfect care home to suit your requirements.

Each of the care homes in the West Midlands have their own individual benefits, Avalon Court in Coventry brings a home of rare distinction and Hawthorns Aldridge Care Home is a new style of care home, which promotes independent retirement living.

All of our West Midlands care homes offer a celebration of all that is good in life. To find out more, or to arrange to visit us in person, browse our list of care homes in West Midlands below.

Our Nursing Homes in West Midlands

Do you have a relative currently living with a complex health condition? If this is the case, our nursing homes in the West Midlands may be perfectly suited. We have an expert team of staff on hand to provide 24-hour, on-site nursing care, enabling our residents to continue living as independently as possible. The registered nurses working in our West Midlands care homes are available at any time, giving you peace of mind that your loved one is always safe and well. Our nursing staff are also supported by a range of other highly trained healthcare professionals, whose approach to care is centred around privacy, dignity and respect. From managing PEG feeding to personal care and mobility support, our nursing homes in West Midlands offer tailored support for each of our residents.

Dementia Care Homes in West Midlands

Avery is a reputable operator of six residential homes in West Midlands, and many others across the country. We understand the emotional challenges that a condition like dementia can present, which is why we’re committed to meeting the individual needs of every one of our residents, supporting them to live as independently as possible. If you’re looking for dementia care in the West Midlands, you can be certain that you will have the full support of our highly trained care teams, and can provide you and your family with the reassurance you need to make the transition as smooth as possible. To find out more about which of our Avery home offer dementia care in the West Midlands, or to discuss care requirements in further detail, get in touch with our friendly team today.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Care Homes in West Midlands

Which of your West Midlands care homes offer nursing care?

Birchmere House in Knowle and Knowle Gate care home in Solihull currently offer specific nursing care to residents who require assistance with medication, more serious ailments such as wounds and dressings, and complex health conditions. Avery’s two nursing homes in the West Midlands are both rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission and receive many positive reviews.

How do I’m choosing the right care home?

We understand that choosing a care home can be confusing, which is why we have created a convenient directory which breaks down the care homes we have in each region and outlines the care services they offer. When considering care homes in the West Midlands, it’s important to understand the level of care your loved one requires. This can range from minimal support within a residential care home or retirement home right the way through to high-level 24-hour care within a nursing or dementia care home. Want to learn more? Read our ‘Guide to Finding a Care Home’ for more information.

 

Can I continue with my hobbies when living in one of your care homes in the West Midlands?

At Avery, we actively encourage our residents to continue with their hobbies when they move into one of our care home facilities. We understand the importance of keeping busy and socialising with other residents for both physical and mental health purposes. Each of our care homes in the West Midlands offer a range of different facilities and activities. For our green-fingered residents, Birchmere House in Solihull and Birchmere Mewes in Knowle offer gardening opportunities, while Avalon Court in Coventry, Hawthorns Aldridge and Knowle Gate in Solihull all have a greenhouse or potting shed. For those who prefer a little more luxury than gardening, many of our West Midlands care homes offer hair salons, therapy suites and well-being programmes.

 

 

 

When can I visit my loved one when they’ve moved into an Avery West Midlands care home?

Visitors are welcome at our care homes in the West Midlands at any time, in fact, we actively encourage visitors to our care homes. Many of our care homes offer free on-site car parking for visitors, allowing for safe and easy visiting. Please check directly with the care home you are visiting in case of any local restrictions due to Covid-19.

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