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Notaro Care Homes remains true to the original philosophy of providing exceptional care Bath City News

A Somerset care home provider still remains true to the fundamental principles set out when it was established nearly 40 years ago.

Notaro Care Homes, a family business, started with one facility in 1988, but now has 11 luxury care homes across three counties.

It has also expanded its services, offering nursing care, specialist care for people with alcohol-related brain injuries, respite care, palliative care, and care for people with learning and mental health difficulties. .

Yet it remains true to its original philosophy of providing exceptional care to residents, as well as to residents’ family and friends.

It has therefore long been regarded as one of the leading providers of quality care homes and services in Somerset by healthcare professionals and the general public.

Holistic approach to care

Notaro Care Homes services cover the health and social care landscape, with a range of retirement and nursing homes for people with various illnesses.

The organization is also respected for the care it provides to specialist conditions.

Founder and Managing Director, Nunzio Notaro, explained: “The majority of our homes are nursing homes and specialized dementia nursing homes.

“In addition, three homes provide specialist care and support for people living with the effects of long-term alcohol abuse, such as alcohol-related brain damage, including Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome – a condition similar to dementia caused by excessive alcohol consumption.

Members of the Notaro family are all actively involved in the day-to-day running of the business (Image: Notaro Care Homes)

“Two other homes provide a caring and nurturing environment for people with learning disabilities and young people living with mental health issues.

“We not only look at a resident’s physical needs, but also their emotional needs, so that we can create a care package that is as unique as the person we are caring for.

“We believe that when residents feel happy on the inside, their overall health and well-being improves on the outside.”

Busy program of activities

To this end, each house offers a busy program of activities for residents, including crafts, baking, singing songs, board games, reminiscence sessions, gardening, flexercise and visits from local artists and community groups.

Nunzio smiled, “A happy day is a busy day. If you already have hobbies or interests, we’ll help you make arrangements so you can keep doing what you love.

“You will also be encouraged to take part in the many interesting and stimulating events and activities organized around the house.

“We also love going out, with family and friends invited to join in the fun. Each house has a well-equipped minibus for outings to the shops, visits to museums, churches and cathedrals, teahouses, the seaside, stately homes and national heritage.

“At Notaro Care Homes, we are good at bringing out the best in residents. Building trust, friendships, communities and providing individualized care, forms the beating heart of every home.”

Modern, purpose-built homes La Casa di Lusso in Bridgwater is a modern, purpose-built retirement, dementia and nursing home (Image: Notaro Care Homes)

The light and airy look of Notaro Care Homes will also be a pleasant surprise.

Casa di Lusso in Bridgwater is a modern, purpose-built residential, dementia and nursing home, more like a hotel than a traditional care home, with cinema room, garden lounge , a veranda, a community café, a hair salon and a petting cultivate.

Nunzio said: “We are carers first and foremost, but we are also innovators. We invest in all the latest technology and staff training to ensure we support our residents and their families.

“When you visit a Notaro care home, you will see firsthand the comfort and style of our interior spaces.

“We are absolutely committed to providing exceptional care, for exceptional people, in exceptional care homes.”

Talented and hardworking team Caring for vulnerable people is a challenging but rewarding role (Image: Notaro Care Homes)

This exceptional care is all due to the hard work and talent of the Notaro Care Homes staff teams.

Nunzio said, “We believe that you reap what you sow and our investment in our employees is duly rewarded by their loyalty and commitment to the job. It’s a real testament to them that Notaro Care Homes is the success it is today.

“We offer a company pension, competitive pay rates, continuous professional development with continuing education, all from the start of a career with Notaro Care Homes.

“Many of our homes are purpose built, with beautiful interiors and set on stunning grounds, providing the best working environments with the latest technology, making working practices safe and efficient.

“Caring for vulnerable people and improving their quality of life is a challenging yet rewarding role that requires a positive and dynamic approach.

“So if you have the right attitude and the right values, we can give you all the training and support you need to be the best carer.”

Learn more?

If you have what it takes to become a professional caregiver, it has never been easier to start your career at Notaro Care Homes. Click here to see the latest vacancies and find out how to apply.

For more information about Notaro Homes see the website or call 01934 422 822.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-01 08:05:46

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