Welcome to Guiseley Manor Care Centre. This modern and luxurious care home has 72 bedrooms all with fully equipped en-suite facilities that meet CQC requirements.
Every area in Guiseley Manor Care Centre has been expertly thought out by our designers to make rooms comfortable, practical, and calming. You’ll find gentle colour palettes, clear signage, and organised zones, all of which help our residents enjoy their surroundings and live independently. Read more about our care home interiors and how they’ve been designed with the needs of our residents in mind.
Communal areas are spacious and sociable so residents can spend time together or engage in our wellbeing activities and events. All dietary requirements are catered for in our restaurants, with trained chefs serving up a variety of meals every day. Find out more about our fine dining offering and the options available to our residents.
This care home is situated in the town of Guiseley, home to Guiseley AFC and Guiseley Theatre. Guiseley is just over 9 miles outside of Leeds city centre, with nearby landmarks including beautiful Kirkstall Abbey and The Royal Armouries Museum. Roundhay Park, one of the biggest parks in Europe, is a short journey from the care home and is a must for an afternoon picnic or walk around the lake. Guiseley Manor Care Centre is one of our Leeds care homes, offering residents a peaceful environment to live in with easy access to the city.
Staff at Guiseley Manor are on hand at all times to support our residents and to be a friendly and familiar face. We provide respite, nursing, and residential care, as well as leading dementia care services. Guiseley Manor is tailored to the individual needs of each resident and we pride ourselves on the care we provide. We’d be delighted to welcome you to Guiseley Manor and tell you more.
Guiseley Manor Care Centre
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First & Second Floor Terrace
Great Things About Guiseley Manor Care Centre
OUR CARE PHILOSOPHY
At Guiseley 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 Guiseley 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 Guiseley 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.
Meet the Team
Alison Grice, Deputy Manager
I have worked in adult nursing since qualifying in 2009. I have a BSc with first class honours in Adult Nursing, an Award in Education and Teaching, Supported Learning in Practice, NCFE, BTEC and Edexcel certificates which include palliative care, drug awareness and dementia. My working experience has included working in a hospice, for the NHS in several areas; district nursing, pressure ulcer prevention within tissue viability, teaching in care settings, out of hours and the palliative care support team. As part of the Virtual Community Placement Team we were nominated for the Kate Granger Awards for Compassionate Care and finalists for the BDCFT You’re a Star Award. After leaving the NHS, I became a Deputy Manager/Clinical Lead nurse in a 64 bedroomed nursing home. I have a passion for providing compassionate and quality person centred care and enjoy working with New Care and the team to ensure that the residents are receiving the best quality care possible.