Wellbeing is so very important
Acacia Mews care home is part of the award winning Avery group who have care homes across the UK. The home is based in Hatfield and is warm, welcoming and very comfortable. Acacia Mews staff want each resident to settle as quickly as possible. Family members are encouraged to visit as much as they like and to also join in with all superb the activities Acacia Mews provide. The home has regular consultation meetings with residents and families about all matters to ensure everyone is always happy with the direction that home life should take.
Acacia Mews offers residential care, respite care and dementia care. Residential care helps residents with support like washing, cleaning and laundry in a safe and relaxed atmosphere. Respite care at Acacia Mews care home is a perfect to provide either a break for carers or for anyone who needs some time to get better after a hospital stay. Respite stays can be for a day or a few weeks. The home also provides specialists dementia care and understand the challenges faced by people living with dementia.
Acacia Mews has many wonderful extra facilities that include a minibus for day trips, housekeepers, extensive activities and games programme, beautiful hair salon, en-suite showers, flat screen TV's, plenty of free parking, couple's residency.
Lounges and quiet rooms
The lounges at Acacia Mews are sociable places of fun and relaxation where the home really comes to life. Residents can take part in organised activities, play a board game, enjoy a drink or chat over a cup of tea or coffee and have a slice of freshly baked cake. At the same time there are also quiet rooms where residents can enjoy the calmer atmosphere with a book or newspaper.
The Avery Group which own Acacia Mews care home is proud winners of the Health Investor Care Provider of 2016, LaingBuisson Residential Care Provider 2016, winner of 4 National Care Home Awards in 2018 including Best Care Home Group (Large) & Qube Learning Employer of 2019.
Avery wellbeing model
The Avery Group, that own Acacia Mews care home, devote themselves to supporting residents managing their health and wellbeing. They want residents to get the most out of life, to enjoy their chosen lifestyle and maintain life skills that support independence and mobility. Positive wellbeing means experiencing an overall feeling of happiness and satisfaction with life and is achieved through being able to do those things that bring you pleasure and contentment. The resident's wellbeing can be enhanced by taking part in a balance of activities that help you to be physically active, mentally stimulated and socially connected.
Please see the Acacia Mews care home website for further information.