Welcome to Adel Manor Care Home in Leeds, West Yorkshire, located 5 miles from Leeds city centre, Adel Manor is one of our newest Leeds care homes. Adel Manor has 74 modern bedrooms with en-suite wet rooms, designed in line with current CQC requirements. Adel Manor residents have access to communal lounges and restaurants on each floor, as well as to a range of premium facilities, including a hairdresser and nail bar.
We’re proud to provide the highest level of safety, care, and comfort for all of our care home residents, whether they require residential, nursing, respite, or dementia care. Adel Manor Care Home interiors boast soothing colour palettes, alongside modern and clear signage, and carefully planned floor layouts to ensure residents are safe and happy. We believe in ensuring that each resident feels not just at home, but comfortable and independent in their own space. Residents of Adel Manor Care Home can also enjoy various activities and events designed to support their health and wellbeing, and maintain good spirits.
The Adel Manor Care Centre is in the heart of Adel, a rural community with plenty of green space, including the York Gate Garden, Adel Dam Nature Reserve, and the stunning historic grounds of Harewood House. Visitors to our care home can also enjoy a day out at the nearby Abbey House Garden, while both Cookridge Hall Golf Club and Headingley Golf Club (the oldest golf club in Leeds) are also situated close by.
Adel Manor Care Centre
Silent Nurse Call System
Spa Assisted Bathroom
Terrace to 1st and 2nd Floor
Great Things About Adel Manor Care Home
Our Care Philosophy
At Adel Manor, it’s our aim to enable all of our residents to maintain their independence and continue to achieve their full potential either physically, intellectually, emotionally, or socially. We pride ourselves on providing professional, person-centred care, nurturing each care home resident to explore and understand their needs. Although a resident’s care requirements may change over time, the team will be responsive to those changing needs - we’re there for you and your loved one, every step of the way.
Dementia Magic Table
‘Magic Tables’ or ‘Tovertafel’ are a key part of our dementia care programme at Adel Manor. There is significant research into the positive effects of play on dementia, and we find that the ‘Magic Table’ has extremely positive benefits for residents living with dementia. Residents and their loved ones can play freely on the ‘Magic Table’, which is a fantastic way for children to spend quality time with older relatives. New Care is one of a small group of providers leading the way in the UK with the ‘Magic Table’ as part of our strategy to provide opportunities for residents living with dementia and their relatives to have fun together.
Oomph! Wellbeing Programme
All Adel Manor Care Home staff have taken part in the Oomph! training programme, which is designed to support them in delivering a 360-degree approach to residents’ wellbeing. The Oomph! programme enables our care home staff to deliver everyday mental stimulation, regular fun physical activity, and new experiences and connections to enhance the mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing of our residents.
Why You Should Choose Us
Meet the Team
Lynette Elms, Home Manager
Sobia Shabbir, Deputy Manager
Corina Davison, Wellbeing Coordinator
My name is Corina Davison, and I am employed as the wellbeing coordinator at Adel Manor. I have worked in Health Care for over 20 years and in a variety of roles. I now work in wellbeing, as I get to work closely with the residents to provide meaningful activities and social stimulation, whilst making new memories and helping them to reminisce on old ones. I enjoy my job a great deal as I look forward in making a lasting impact on the lives of others, whilst simulating their mind, body, and soul. If I can make just one person smile each day, then I can rest at night happy.
Helen Ledger, Home Trainer
My name is Helen Ledger, I am the home trainer here at Adel Manor. I have worked within the care sector for 30 years, working with community mental health teams and domiciliary adult social care, moving to residential care setting in 2019. I began working for Newcare in June 2022, finding it a very refreshing change into residential care, care as it should be for older generation enabling them to live their lives to the fullest.