It is now a sparkling 92-bedroom care home with state of the art equipment and facilities. The home boasts a cinema, hair salon, multiple dining rooms and beautiful gardens that provide a bounty of home-grown fruit and veg. The kitchen team at Aria Court are award-winning and have even created their own cookbook full of their best recipes. Aria Court offers nothing less than the best care for your loved one in a safe and comfortable environment.
The activities team are Aria Court accommodate for different tastes, hobbies and abilities and can become mobile to suit those who cannot leave their rooms. The activities team are friendly, welcoming and compassionate, and are always ready to help residents get stuck in. Aria Court’s activities team often link up with the organisation ‘Arts In Care Homes’ to provide unique activities for those feeling creative. They are always playing exciting games, quizzes and bingo in the lounges, and offering baking sessions in their activities hub. One to one activities are on offer too, and we also schedule regular visits, calls or video chats for friends and relatives that are far away.
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Commitment to care shines through the Aria Court kitchen team; as the head chef was nominated for a Great British Care Award for his efforts throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The home’s kitchen team have recently released a cookbook that pens the favourite meals of the residents within the home.
The modified meals that come out of the kitchen truly are works of art, as well as delicious in taste. The kitchens here often pull out all of the stocks by hosting ‘Around the world’ themed days, celebrating foods from different cultures, as well as Fakeaway nights and afternoon teas.
There will always be something on the menu to suit all taste buds at Aria Court, and it will have your mouth watering!
Mavrick started out his career in Care working with people with Learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, ABI, Mental Health and physical disabilities. Progressing quickly through the ranks Mavrick was in his first Registered Manager role by the age of 22 and improved the rating in his home.From there Mavrick went onto take the role of a Supported Living manager for a large private provider, before becoming Head of Operations, covering 3 counties, and working with 9 different local authorities. After such rapid career progression Mavrick moved over to another part of the sector, working in a CAMHs service before seeking to reignite his passion for quality delivered care in the Adult sector; starting his role as General Manager at Aria Court. Alongside his residents, Mavrick sees his staff as a priority, and believes that a happy staff team, is a productive staff team, and he also has a keen interest in the psychology of management. With a personality as big as his heart, Mavrick loves to spend time with his family and friends as much as he can. Mavrick spends his life trying to make a difference and loves raising money for different causes by arranging charity events.
24 hour care, most activities, all meals and non-alcoholic drinks are all included in your fee.
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Weekly Fee Guidance*:
Our fees at Aria Court typically range from £850 to £1,200 per week depending on specific care needs.
* Please note that fees are for guidance and are subject to assessment of care needs and room choice
At Aria Court, we understand the significant threats that infectious diseases can pose to our residents and staff and we have strict infection control measures in place for when these situations occur. We have our own team of Infection Control Champions that ensure our residents can still have safe visits throughout these times. To find out more about how we protect our home, please click here.