Cheadle Manor Care Home, Greater Manchester
Our lovely Cheadle Manor care home in Greater Manchester is a stylish and modern care facility located near the beautiful Abney Hall Park. The Cheadle Manor care centre has 68 modern bedrooms fitted with en suite wet rooms and has been designed to follow all current CQC requirements. We are proud to provide the highest level of safety, care, and comfort for all of our residents, whether they are in residential, nursing, or dementia care.
Each Cheadle Manor care home resident is at the heart of what we do and are happy to provide them with their very own hairdresser and nail bar, as well as comfortable, practical, yet luxurious communal lounge spaces and restaurants to enjoy on all three floors of Cheadle Manor. Using modern, soothing design and colour patterns, unique signage, and careful planning we have created a space that allows all our residents, whether in dementia care or residential care, to comfortably move around their new home.
We do our best to ensure our residents maintain a high level of independence, achieve their full potential, and thrive as part of the Cheadle village community. We enjoy visiting local sights around the Greater Manchester and Cheshire areas, as well as soaking in the beautiful greenery around Cheadle Manor care home. Whether it’s Mersey Vale Nature Park or a visit to Quarry Bank Mill, there is plenty to see and we welcome you to visit and explore with your loved ones at Cheadle Manor.
Silent nurse call system
Terrace to 1st and 2nd floors
Great Things About Cheadle Manor Care Home, Greater Manchester
Our Care Philosophy
“To build and operate homes that celebrate the wonder of people and provides a quality of care that is delightful.” It is our aim at Cheadle Manor to enable all of our residents to maintain the highest level of independence and achieve their full potential whatever that may be – physical, intellectual, emotional or social. We believe this philosophy can be achieved by providing professional, person-centred care, nurturing each resident individually exploring and understanding their needs with the appreciation that care requirements may change and that the team will be responsive to those changing needs. We are there every step of the way.
In line with our care philosophy at Cheadle Manor, we have a “Magic” table or “Tovertafel” in the dementia community. There is significant literature on the positive effects on dementia of play. From our observations, the impact of the “Magic Table” is extremely positive for residents living with dementia. Residents and their relatives alike can play freely on the “Magic Table”. In addition, this is a particularly useful opportunity for involving children to experience positive play with their older relatives. New Care is one of a small group of providers who are leading the way in the UK, by purchasing the “Magic” table as part of our overarching strategy to provide opportunities for our residents living with dementia and their relatives to have fun together.
In order to develop the wellbeing aspect of the service at Cheadle Manor, we have invested in ‘OOMPH!’ well-being. Oomph! provides training to our entire staff team to deliver a 360 degree approach to wellbeing, demonstrating a positive impact at all times. The training and support packages enable our staff to deliver everyday mental stimulation, regular, fun physical activity and new experiences & connections for our residents. We have enabled all team members at Cheadle Manor to provide a set of complementary services to enhance the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of our residents.
Why You Should Choose Us
Meet the Team
Janet Lewis, Home Manager
I have over 36 years’ experience working in clinical and management positions in both the NHS and independent care sector I have recently relocated back to the North West and I am thrilled to join the highly talented team at New Care Homes as Home Manager of the lovely Cheadle Manor Care Centre.
Rowena Bolton, Clinical Lead
I qualified in 1995 in Leicester as one of the first Project 2000 diploma nurses. I then worked in Reading and Cheltenham for the NHS before moving to care homes in 2007 and moved to Cheadle Hulme in 2009. I have worked in a Clinical Lead role since 2017. My background and passion is stroke care, end of life care and looking after people living with dementia. I love to mentor and coach people on how to give good care to people living with the dementia, putting the person first and dementia second. New Care has the values that I hold dear as a nurse which is putting the resident at the centre of everything we do and building a new team at Cheadle Manor means we can move forward with that philosophy as a team.
Liz McCabe , Wellbeing Coordinator
I’ve been at Cheadle Manor as the Wellbeing Coordinator since we opened last December, the décor is stunning and the staff really care about our residents and each other. Now that our residents are able to socialise, I am looking forward to showcasing our wellbeing programme, activities and fun times with our New Care family.