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Bridgewater Manor Care Home In Salford

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Welcome to Bridgewater Manor Care Home in Salford. This Worsley care home is one of our Greater Manchester care homes, and has been designed to provide the best care for our residents. We’re proud to offer 71 beds with en-suite facilities. You’ll also find a range of premium services at all of our care homes, in Salford, at Bridgewater Manor there is a hairdresser and a nail bar available on site for residents to enjoy. 

All of our care home staff are trained to understand the needs of our residents, including those showing early signs of dementia. We aim to provide an environment with residents’ needs at the forefront of everything we do in our care homes. Salford is no exception and Bridgewater Manor Care Centre offers individualised person-centred care, whether that’s nursing, respite, residential, and dementia care

Our interiors have been designed to be soothing spaces. Using comforting colour palettes and clear, informative signage provides a calming and safe environment at our care home. Salford is also a great place to access local entertainment, and there are many facilities close to our Worsley care home we use to introduce exercises and activities that improve our residents’ wellbeing and care.

If you are looking for a conveniently located care home, Salford is just one mile from Walkden train station, meaning it has great transport links to the centre of Manchester for visitors. Worsley is located close to the Bridgewater Canal, where you can enjoy a trip on a barge, and it’s also home to the RHS Garden Bridgewater, which opened in 2021.

Visit nearby Salford Quays, where you’ll find the Imperial War Museum North, The Lowry theatre and art gallery, and waterfront restaurants. The Salford Quays area is served by the Metrolink, which means you can easily take a tram to other popular local areas like Castlefield and Old Trafford for more museums, galleries, and theatres. Bridgewater Manor Care Home in Worsley is a wonderful choice for those who want to be able to access the city but reside in a leafy and quiet location.

Bridgewater Manor Care Centre, Worsley

Bridgewater Manor Care Home In Salford

301 Walkden Road
Greater Manchester
M28 2RZ

Bridgewater Manor

71 beds

Nail bar

Quiet lounge

Lift access


Ensuite facilities

Wheelchair accessible

Patio area

Silent nurse call system

Acoustic monitoring

Landscaped garden

Outdoor area

Spa assisted bathroom

Single rooms

Visiting hairdresser

Terrace to 1st and 2nd floor

Great Things About Bridgewater Manor Care Home In Salford

care home facilities

Our Care Philosophy

Our care philosophy is built on a number of core principles that aim to provide the best living environment for elderly people. One of our values is “to build and operate homes that celebrate the wonder of people and provide a quality of care that is delightful.” Bridgewater Manor care centre staff encourage our residents to remain active whether that be intellectually, socially or physically. We also help our residents nurture strong relationships with fellow residents in order to create emotional connections. We are open to different approaches and options when it comes to giving care. Whilst our care philosophy has some fundamental values, our approaches to care are always in development. This means we are attentive to the needs of each individual who is living in our care homes.

Dementia Magic Table

Magic Table - Dementia Care

Bridgewater Manor care home we champion the use of the “Magic” table or “Tovertafel” in the dementia community. Our Magic Table is a sensory activity which uses projections, sounds, and lights to display games that our residents living with dementia can engage with. Research shows sensory, interactive playing has a range of positive effects on residents with dementia. We encourage both residents and family members to play freely. This is a great way for younger members of the family to experience positive play with their older relatives. Allowing them to enjoy themselves and nurture strong relationships. New Care is one of few care home providers who are using the ‘Magic table’ as part of an innovative strategy to help residents living with dementia.

Oomph! Wellbeing Programme

Oomph Wellbeing

Encouraging wellbeing for our residents is an integral part of our daily care services. To further support our residents we actively participate in“OOMPH!” wellbeing training which further develops our entire staff team in delivering a 360 degree approach to wellbeing. We aim to create a positive impact on residents 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 gives our team the tools that are needed to create emotional, mental, and physical stimulation for our residents.

Why You Should Choose Us

Meet the Team

Tina Blake, Home Manager

I qualified as a general trained nurse in 1984 and have worked in multiple sectors over the years. I have always had a passion for supporting and caring for people and have grown and used my experience to progress to senior roles within the Health and Social Care Sector. I love talking and listening to our residents and learning about their lives and ensuring as a Home Manager they receive the highest quality of care and with respect and dignity. I also enjoy supporting and nurturing all levels of staff to achieve the highest standards and their full potential whilst understanding the importance of work life balance. I enjoy spending time with my ever extending family and love the outdoors walking, hiking and walking the dog.

Kaira Quiros, Deputy Manager

I have been a qualified nurse for 13 years but was only introduced to the care home sector 3 years ago when I came here to the UK. Apart from working in the nursing unit, I was introduced to EMI nursing which I can say was one of the most challenging and yet most fulfilling jobs I have taken on. I have also discovered that I enjoy supporting the staff and helping them achieve their goals in any way I can. This is the reason I decided to become a Deputy Manager when I was given the opportunity to be one. When looking for a company to work for, it is a must for me that it shares the same ethos that I have. New Care has always been a very reputable company and since starting here, I am very happy to learn that apart from working in a 5-star facility that provides an outstanding level of care, I belong in an organisation that does not only take care of its residents but as well as the well-being and growth of its employees. It is truly humbling and I’m glad to be a part of the New Care family.

Kristian Hope, Head of Care

I have worked in the care sector for over 17 years however I have been brought up around a care home environment since i was a child and it has always been a passion and something i have enjoyed. Before joining new care I had worked at an EMI residential care setting for 16 years , I started in the kitchen when I was 15 then when I was able to I took on the role of care assistant eventually becoming deputy manager for 9 years of my time there, this is when I gained my Level 5 in management. Joining newcare was a massive leap for me however one that i do not regret in the slightest, it is a great company to work for, the home is beautiful and the team are fantastic. My passion is dementia care as i have personal experience of caring for my nan and grandad through their dementia journey. I feel very strongly that we should support our special people to live their life well and they should be cared for at the highest standard , with dignity and respect at the forefront of everything we do. I like to go above and beyond for the residents, relatives and team creating a happy and loving environment for everyone to enjoy.

Lynne Yates, Home Trainer

I have a background in care that spans 22 years ,from starting off in a care home as a cleaner (to see if I thought I could do a care assistant role) to then working at the Royal Bolton Hospital on the surgical ward for a number of years. I have experience in domiciliary care and the last few years my background has been in training staff for work in a care setting. I recently came to work at Bridgewater Manor as a Team Leader on the floor that supports our residents who are on various stages of their journey with Dementia. I am very proud to say that I am now the home trainer for Bridgewater Manor. It is such a rewarding role and New Care is a fabulous company to work for.

Living at Bridgewater Manor

Bridgewater Manor is one of the many care homes that New Care operates in Greater Manchester.

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