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Albion Court Care Centre

Clinton Street, Winston Green, Birmingham, B18 4BJ


Summary

  • Good

    Regulator's rating

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  • 4.1 (10)

    Google reviews

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  • 89 beds

    Maximum occupancy

  • Covid-19 response

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  • 2009

    Date opened

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Types of care provided

  • Residential care

    Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.

  • Nursing care

    Medical care from a qualified nurse, and treatment for residents with illness or injuries.

  • Dementia care

    Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.

Services and specialisms

  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Caring for adults under 65 yrs
  • Dementia
  • Mental health conditions
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory impairment

Care home features

  • 89 beds
  • 89 en-suite rooms
  • Purpose built, opened in 2009

Prices

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Funding for care in England

If your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care.

To qualify, you must first arrange a care needs assessment.

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Customer reviews

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4.1 (10 reviews)

  • Tony Kelly

    2 weeks ago

    Before lockdown I as a Diabetes Ambassador and Activist had the pleasure of doing a diabetes awareness presentation at this care home for elderly people. Laura Wakefield the Customer Service Manager …

    Before lockdown I as a Diabetes Ambassador and Activist had the pleasure of doing a diabetes awareness presentation at this care home for elderly people. Laura Wakefield the Customer Service Manager was instrumental in arranging what indeed was a well attended session on health and well-being with both staff and residents. I was truly impressed with the entire surroundings from the moment I parked my car in the spacious car park and the friendliness and welcome that was accorded to me by the staff. The cleanliness of the establishment was excellent and I thoroughly enjoyed interacting with the residents and staff who were so eager to learn and take on board healthy eating advice and physical activity.

    To hear repeatedly residents saying 'Please come again' left a lump in my throat and I will certainly re-visit when lockdown has ended. Keep up the good work there looking after the elderly and more vulnerable in our society who all were well cared for.

  • Jus Miike

    4 months ago

    Great place to work Workplace Options is a great place to work at. It will challenge you and enable you to work in an industry that really matters nowadays. Fantastic people and friendly environment.…

    Great place to work Workplace Options is a great place to work at. It will challenge you and enable you to work in an industry that really matters nowadays.

    Fantastic people and friendly environment. Feel valued as an employee and good benefits also.

  • Trevor Nelson

    10 months ago

    It's like any other care home you get what you see

  • Pete Mulligan

    a year ago

    I recently spent a morning there talking with the residents and a group of local school children about health and fitness. We were join by a local fitness instructor who got all the residents and chil…

    I recently spent a morning there talking with the residents and a group of local school children about health and fitness. We were join by a local fitness instructor who got all the residents and children doing fun exercises and interacting together. the residents were happy to join in and enjoyed the morning.
    There was a very homely feeling and all the staff were very caring and warm when interacting with the residents.

  • Angel Ta

    a year ago

    Went to visit my uncle at first I found the home pleasing to the eye but when I exited the lift my nose was assaulted by the strong smell of urine! Walking along the corridor the smell was very promin…

    Went to visit my uncle at first I found the home pleasing to the eye but when I exited the lift my nose was assaulted by the strong smell of urine! Walking along the corridor the smell was very prominent.
    Also the care my uncle received was disgusting. He has dementia and was treated like he was a criminal as they called the police to deal with him and social services.
    How can they call themselves a care home if they can't care for their patients!!!!

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Regulator's inspection rating

Overall Good

Last inspection

05 Mar 2020

Safe
Good
Effective
Good
Caring
Good
Responsive
Good
Well led
Requires improvement
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COVID-19 response

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