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  • 01934 626233
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18-20 Ellenborough Park South, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, BS23 1XN


Providing specialist support for individuals living with mental health problems such as Korsakoff’s syndrome and the effects of Alcohol-Related Brain Damage.

Campania is a large Victorian building which is a short walk from Weston-super-Mare’s famous seafront with its promenade and the famous pier.

The facilities at Campania are provided to enable independence. Each day, residents can be found getting involved in a variety of activities including art classes, baking and cookery. Cooking a nutritional meal is a key skill to establish on the way towards independence.  To help achieve a sense of calm and stability, we have introduced mindfulness and meditation, which takes place 3 times a week at Campania.

The activities coordinator arranges weekly trips and visits to the local swimming pool, gala bingo and country walks as well as visiting places of historical interest. Every Thursday, residents visit the local cinema to watch the latest movies and they also go Ten Pin Bowling.

campania arbd care home roomResidents play a vital role in all manner of domestic tasks that help keep the home clean and tidy whilst developing further life skills. Laundry, housekeeping and garden maintenance are just a few responsibilities the residents undertake with support.  Care plans and daily notes are completed by the majority of the residents.

A large lounge with computers and internet access is a popular social spot. Here the residents can take part in activities, learn and develop new skills on the computer or read from the large selection of books, newspapers and magazines which are available.

Campania also benefits from a spacious conservatory with games room. The majority of the daily activities programme takes place here, it’s always alive with activity and generally something engaging going on.  Step outside and you’ll find our lovely courtyard garden with vegetable planters and flowerbeds, all of which are tended by the residents.

We have seen individuals thrive in Campania’s relaxed and supportive atmosphere, enjoying life to the full and achieving goals that have previously
been beyond them.

Our home features:

  • 41 Single rooms
  • (5 rooms are situated on the top floor, sharing a dining room, kitchen, lounge and laundry as part of the 3-step enablement)
  • Dining room
  • Lounge
  • Quiet room
  • Hairdressing salon
  • Games room
  • Kitchenette for personal use
  • Conservatory
  • Courtyard garden
  • Lift
  • Minibus
  • Laundry for personal use
  • Designated key workers
  • Daily activities programme
  • Activities team

Bedroom facilites:

  • Rooms sizes vary and facilities can depend on the room
  • Majority have en-suite facilities
  • Furnished
  • Television
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Call bell system

3 Step Enablement Programme

  • With over 20 years experience in the field of alcohol related brain damage, we have combined our knowledge and expertise to develop a way ahead. This 3 Step Enablement Programme helps an individual to take back control of their life and regain skills to live independently and alcohol free. See our brochure for more details or call the home direct.

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Ali Peppard

Care Home Manager

Ali Peppard is the current registered manager of Campania ARBD care, but her successful career in care and supporting others started long before joining Notaro.

At the tender age of 15, Ali experienced her first taste of working in a care home, serving tea. Taken by what she saw she quickly decided that the care industry was for her.  Throughout the years Ali has experienced most provisions of care and has worked with learning difficulties, physical difficulties, mental health, EMI, Autistic spectrum disorders, eating disorders, and offenders.

Her career has blossomed, and she was promoted to manager in 2004 working for Rethink Mental Illness as Services manager, managing supported housing across Somerset, Banes and Bristol.   Her role was managing teams supporting people with severe and enduring mental illness. This role spanned 12 years, whereupon she joined Notaro ARBD Care as Registered Manager for Campania.

When asked why she loves her role and the care sector, Ali responded “I really enjoy working with my residents and seeing them progress and a simple smile when they achieve a task is so rewarding and makes it all worthwhile.  I enjoy watching our residents live an engaged fulfilling life at Campania, and my team are absolutely brilliant in making that happen”.

In 2017 Ali and her team at Campania ARBD were nominated for an award at the Care and Support South West Care awards, and walked away winning ‘Best Disability Home/Specialists’.

Originally from Manchester, Ali now lives with her husband in Somerset and enjoys playing rounders, going to the gym and enduring boot camps. Quiet time is spent with her dog whilst other hobbies include live music and attending and working at festivals.

Avon & Somerset Police

Whilst working as a registered manager for Campania, Ali has built an incredible relationship with Avon & Somerset Police. For the past 3 years, Ali has been delivering a bespoke ½ day training session to new student officers and PCSOs.  The course is around basic mental health awareness including ARBD. This course gives an overview to the officers on different types of mental illness and other conditions, how to understand and communicate with people with mental health, to understand the different options of support available to the police and the service user.

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