Care at Avery Mews has always been closely associated with our beautiful countryside location, providing stunning outside spaces for our residents with dementia.
Residential Care at Avery Mews
We have a dedicated living area for our residents with dementia called Valley Mews. Our lovely patio area with views of the local greenway and also has a memorial garden as well. There are different flowers and comfortable outdoor furniture so the residents can enjoy the outdoor space whenever they like. Our home is very warm and welcoming, it has a homely feel which our residents love and we have an excellent activities team who provide a wide range of activities to suit the needs of all of our residents needs and is a safe environment for residents with dementia to enjoy. We also have links with Dewsbury District Hospital.
We put the resident and their needs at the centre of everything we do not their dementia. All our team provide dementia care from the heart. We provide dementia care to early onset dementia and advanced dementia.
Our care at Avery Mews does not see the dementia but the person behind the dementia, all our care is person centred and we use life history to provide a high standard of care.
Caring for complex needs
This is for residents with more complex healthcare needs, and who require the supervision of fully qualified nurses. This might involve frequent medication regimes, wound care, constant assessment, monitoring and care planning.
Round-the-clock specialised service
Our registered nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and specialise in providing therapeutic care for our residents. They are supported by our highly skilled carers, who assist with all aspects of personal care and support.
You might also be interested to know:
We offer nursing and care for residents with a variety of conditions, including but not exclusively:
- Hearing impairment,
- Visual impairment,
- Huntington's Disease,
- Motor Neurone Disease,
- Multiple Sclerosis,
- Parkinson's Disease,
- Speech Impairment,
- Physical Impairment
Please do get in touch to talk about the support and care you require.