Care Homes in Worcestershire

If you’re searching for luxury care homes in Worcestershire for a loved one, our Droitwich Mews Care Home may be the perfect option for you. This Worcestershire care home was purpose built and has very recently opened its doors to residents. It is surrounded by the beautiful countryside towns of Worcester, Bromsgrove and Redditch. Famous for its magnificent Cathedral and world renowned Worcester Porcelain, and not forgetting piquant Worcestershire Sauce, there are no shortages of things to do, visit and explore around our Worcestershire care home.

Our residential care home in Worcestershire is situated in the spa town of Droitwich – just a mile from the A38, meaning quick and easy access when visiting the care home.

Find out more about our wonderful Worcestershire care homes below.

Dementia Care Homes in Worcestershire

Are you currently making decisions about a loved one living with dementia? At Avery Healthcare, we understand that seeking support can be an emotional and challenging experience for everyone involved. Families face a whole host of possible options, and the process of choosing the right care home marks the beginning of a huge transition. It is for this reason that we have professional care teams working at our residential care home in Worcestershire, who are committed to providing forward-thinking dementia care, enabling residents living with the condition to continue on as independently and comfortably as possible. With our support, you can rest assured that your loved one is safe and well looked after by highly trained staff whose approach to care is centred around dignity and respect. To find out more about our dementia care homes in Worcestershire, get in touch today to book a visit, or alternatively learn more about the dementia care Avery offer.

Residential Care Homes in Worcestershire

Our stunning purpose built care home in Worcestershire currently offers respite, dementia and residential care. Residential care is a fantastic option for those who require assisted living, these are normally people aged 65 and above who require additional support with day-to-day activities. Many residents who opt to move into a residential care home often choose to do so as they no longer feel comfortable living alone, or no longer want the pressure of maintaining their own home.

Our Driotwich Mews care home offers fantastic residential care for the elderly, allowing them peace of mind, company and care while living within a luxury home environment.

Nearby Care Homes in Other Regions

Within the Avery portfolio, we currently only have one Worcestershire care home, which is our Droitwich Mews property. However, neighbouring regions such as Staffordshire and the West Midlands have a plethora of care homes, offering a variety of care services in a multitude of locations. So, if you’re looking for Dementia care homes in Worcester, or perhaps you require additional nursing care – one of our neighbouring regions will be sure to suit your loved one’s requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions About Care Homes in Worcestershire

What is respite care and who do you offer it to?

Respite care is a great solution for both care providers and residents, as it allows for care providers to take much needed rest and allows for residents to experience high-quality standard of care. Respite care is available for anyone who requires somewhere to stay on a short-term basis, whether that is because they require extra support whilst recovering from an illness or injury. Our care home in Worcester offers respite care which can last for one week, or even up to a few months. Many residents who come into our Worcestershire care often end up as permanent care home residents, partly due to the recreation and leisure pursuits within the home, the delicious meals on offer and the social aspect of care home life.

I don’t need full time care, can I still live in one your Worcestershire Care Homes?

Of course, within our Worcestershire care homes, as with all Avery care homes across the country, we strive to enable our residents to live as independently as possible. We do however have support on hand 24-hours a day, should you need it. Sometimes residents within our Worcestershire care home simply require an extra hand with getting dressed, getting to the bathroom, or perhaps making the bed – which is exactly what our expertly trained team of care staff are there for.

What is included in the price of living at your care home in Worcester?

The price of living varies from property to property within our Avery care home portfolio, this is due to varying amenities and facilities on offer. There are no hidden fees involved, and no introduction or service fees. The fees you agree on as part of your Residency Agreement cover all costs, including additional services you may require. If you are interested in learning about pricing, funding and what you receive for your money at our care home in Worcestershire, then please contact our friendly team today

What is there to do at your Worcestershire Care Home?

Our luxury care home in Worcestershire boasts some incredible features and facilities for our residents to enjoy. The 70-bed care home has three floors, including a café, library, cinema room, spa room and hair salon. Residents at our Droitwich Mews care home will be hard-pressed to get bored! If spending time outdoors is more your cup of tea, residents have access to a plush garden where they are welcome to potter around, growing flowers, shrubs, and herbs!

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