Formby Manor Care Home
Our Formby Manor care home welcomes you to the beautiful Formby sea-side village in the Merseyside area. With a focus on excellent care and comfort, this care centre is a new generation facility built to offer residential, nursing, and dementia care. Formby Manor meets all current CQC requirements and offers 76 bedrooms with ensuite wet room facilities to ensure comfort, safety, and care. All our residents can enjoy communal lounges and restaurants, as well as a spa, assisted bathroom, hairdressers, and a nail bar to make their care home experience feel as at home as possible.
To support care home residents’ needs, we have created a unique and luxury space that uses calming colour palettes and patterns to soothe whilst remaining stylish and modern. Through practical signage and space design, we have made sure that every resident, from those in need of dementia care to those in our nursing care, feels safe and secure whilst enjoying their time at Formby Manor care centre.
We encourage our care home residents to breathe in the coastal, Formby air and take a walk through our beautiful gardens or have a seat on our first flood terrace at Formby Manor. Nature is essential to our wellbeing. This care home is situated right near the Formby town centre and is only 2 miles away from the fantastic Formby National Trust beaches and parks. Residents and their visiting families are able to enjoy the red squirrels and sand dunes right at our doorstep.
Nurse call system
Hairdresser & Nail bar
First Floor Terrace
Great Things About Formby Manor Care Home
Our Philosophy On Care
At the centre of our care is an idea “to build and operate homes that celebrate the wonder of people and provides a quality of care that is delightful.” We are proud to train and equip professional team members that devote their time to support residents on an individual basis and help them accomplish goals and nurture their independence. Our team appreciates that as residents explore their potential, their needs may change and so they are responsive in their care to follow our residents’ path and be there every step of the way.
Dementia Care and Magic Table
Through the use of colours, sounds, and movement the Magic Table creates a new sensory therapy for residents in our dementia care at Formby Manor. The “Tovertafel” has been a significant discovery in the dementia community with literature supporting sensory gameplay, and involving family members in the games, as part of positive activities for residents living with dementia. Residents and their families, especially children, are encouraged to use the table in having fun together and creating positive memories and feelings. We are proud that Formby Manor, and all New Care homes, are part of the care centre community leading the way in the use of Magic Tables in everyday dementia care.
Our staff undergoes ‘OOMPH’ training which allows them to give all-around care and specialist support in the wellbeing of our residents at the highest level possible. This training focuses on how we can always demonstrate a positive impact and organise mental stimulation, new experiences and connections, as well as routine yet fun physical activity for all of our residents. Here, at Formby Manor care home, we do our best to enable our staff to grow in their knowledge and wellbeing skills so that we can enhance the care we give our residents.
Why You Should Choose Us
Meet the Team
Debra Roose, Home Manager
Having worked around the UK, I was really keen for my next move to bring me back home to the North West. I looked at lots of different opportunities but this one with New Care stood out for me; I was impressed with the company’s values and its beautiful purpose-built facilities and was over the moon to get the job. As a relatively young care centre, it is my aim to develop and strengthen our presence in the region and ensure we become the care home of choice in Formby and the surrounding areas.
Diane De Isaula, Deputy Home Manager
After starting work at the age of 15 at St Joseph’s Hospice in Thornton, I was asked by Father Francis O’Leary to help set up a 40-bed hospice for patients with HIV and other diseases in Honduras. While in Honduras I met my husband and returned to the UK where I continued to work for St Joseph’s Hospice, whilst completing my RGN training . I was impressed with New Care from my first visit, I can honestly say that from the moment I walked into the reception area I fell in love with the home, the residents and staff. The atmosphere here is unbelievable and the care is just amazing.
Kelsa Henry, Wellbeing Coordinator
I moved from Londonderry, 7 years ago to study a Bachelor of Science. I have worked in the care industry for nearly 4 years, most recently as the Wellbeing Coordinator at Formby Manor. Not only is the environment beautifully designed, it feels like a home – and the staff are delightful. New Care are very much person centred, and the individual is always at the heart of what we do. It is a privilege to work here each day and do the job I love.