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Award winning Grantham care home group named as one of best in UK




The care group that owns Avery Lodge Care Home in Grantham has been named as one of the most highly recommended in the UK.

Care provider brighterkind features in the Top 20 Care Homes Group Awards, from the leading independent customer review site carehome.co.uk for the third consecutive year.

Avery Lodge on Beacon Lane, Grantham, has contributed to the award by achieving a rating of 9.7 out of a possible maximum of 10, based on reviews given by residents, their families and visitors to the home.

The UK group awards are based on the average of all the review scores for the homes in each care group.

brighterkind achieved an exceptionally high score of 9.5 out of 10 across its 70 care homes in the UK.

There is no order of ranking given for the top 20 care groups.

Lorraine McGarry-Wall, chief operating officer for brighterkind, said: “It’s a credit to the dedication of the team at Avery Lodge and in all our care homes that the very positive comments and recommendations have placed brighterkind as one of the most highly recommended care groups in the UK”

The carehome.co.uk website is the UK’s largest online care directory and the one most used by families when considering care options for loved ones. The independent reviews and comments by residents, families and visitors are an important way to determine whether a home is viewed positively.

Avery Lodge provides 24-hour support. They offer residential and dementia care and work closely with GPs and other professionals such as district nurses and dementia specialists to care for their patients.



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