Welcome to the Ashlands Manor care home, located in Sale this home was built and organised with only the best of elderly care in mind. We are proud to offer 57 purpose-built bedrooms with ensuite wet room facilities, spacious lounges, a beautiful outdoor area, and many more state of the art facilities designed to meet all current CQC requirements. Our attention to detail, as well as interior design, focused on creating stylish, yet comfortable, and practical spaces for residents to enjoy when coming to our care home.
The Ashlands Manor care centre offers outstanding nursing and residential care as well as specialised expert support for residents living with dementia. We understand the needs of our residents, especially those showing early signs of dementia, and our aim is to use calming colour palettes, special signage, as well as local talent and areas close to Sale to introduce exercises that support residents care.
This modern care centre is in the heart of Ashton-on-Mersey, a charming village in Sale, just south of Manchester. When we chose this lovely village as our home for Ashlands Manor care centre we knew that walks to Worthington Park would quickly become a regular attraction. Some other beautiful sites worth visiting in the area are Walton Park, which features a miniature railway, and Sale Water Park with its artificial lake that has become a local nature reserve as well as an ideal spot for fishing and bird watching.
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Great Things About Ashlands Manor Care Home In Sale
Our Care Philosophy
One of our core values, guiding the philosophy behind each care home is “to build and operate homes that celebrate the wonder of people and provide a quality of care that is delightful.” Ashlands Manor care centre staff strives to enable all of our residents to maintain the highest level of independence whilst working to achieve their full potential whether physical, intellectual, emotional, or social. We believe that to achieve this we need to provide professional, person-centred care, nurturing each resident individually. Our philosophy is guided by exploring and understanding residents' needs, whilst remaining flexible and responsive to all. We are there every step of the way.
Magic Table - Dementia Care
One of our priorities at Ashlands Manor care home is the use of the “Magic” table or “Tovertafel” in the dementia community. Our Magic Table uses projections, sounds, and sensors to display games and activities that our residents living with dementia can interact with. Literature showcases a lot of research proving that sensory, interactive playing has positive effects on residents with dementia. We encourage residents and their relatives alike to play freely, this is a particularly useful opportunity for children to experience positive play with their older relatives. New Care is one of few care home providers who are leading the way in the UK, by purchasing the “Magic” table as part of our innovative strategy to provide opportunities for our residents living with dementia.
Wellbeing is an important aspect of our everyday services at Ashlands Manor care home. To further our care and work we invested in “OOMPH!” wellbeing training which further develops our entire staff team in delivering a 360-degree approach to wellbeing. What this means is that we want to demonstrate a positive impact at all times, the training and support packages enable staff to help our residents with everyday mental stimulation, regular and fun physical activities, as well as forging new connections and enjoying new experiences. Oomph training enables our team to provide care that enhances the mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing of our residents!
Why You Should Choose Us
Meet the Team
Isobel Scott, Home Manager
I am a qualified nurse and have worked in elderly care as a manager for over 20 years. I have had my biggest successes from being able to nurture and enable the people around me. I believe New Care Homes share my values and together we can give the best care to our residents in a beautiful environment.
Joanne Andrew, Deputy Manager
I have been a Mental health Nurse now for coming up to 16 years I choose the path as I am very interested in how the mind operates. My career has been very interesting working in different settings and mainly focusing on Dementia. I commenced employment with Ashlands Manor just over 4 months ago and I can honestly say Ashlands Manor is a very nice place to work. The team at Ashlands are fantastic and made me so welcome and its a pleasure to go to work. My experience as a deputy will continue to have a positive impact on the residents / families because my aim is to continue with the high standards at New Care to ensure the best care is given to everyone.
Tracey Jones, Wellbeing Coordinator
I have always been passionate about making a positive difference to peoples lives. I was delighted when the opportunity arose at Ashlands to work as a member wellbeing team, and I am so grateful to Newcare for promoting me to Wellbeing Co-ordinator. Along with a great wellbeing team, we provide a comprehensive programme to promote the wellbeing of all of our residents. Everyday has golden moments with smiles and looks of surprise and interest as residents try new hobbies, outings, sensory games and crafts and so much more. Needless to say, I love my job, it’s more like an extended family with no two days the same, bringing new challenges and delights.