A lovely and luxurious care home located in the village of Wilford near Nottingham. Ruddington Manor is a purpose-built 66 bed ‘new generation’ care facility that has been expertly designed to meet all current CQC requirements and provides the highest standards of safety, comfort and care. The care home offers residential and nursing care.
Internally, the attention to detail in this care centre is impressive. The high specification and décor of Ruddington Manor have been carefully considered by an interior designer, creating stylish yet comfortable and practical spaces for residents to enjoy.
Arranged over three floors, the facilities at our Ruddington Manor Care Home are exceptional, with each floor enjoying its own communal lounges and restaurants. All bedrooms boast en suite wet rooms, and there is also a spa assisted bathroom, hairdresser and nail bar. There are beautiful, mature gardens and outside seating areas at Ruddington Manor along with extensive terrace areas to the first floor.
Nurse call system
Hairdresser & Nail bar
First Floor Terrace
Great Things About Ruddington Manor
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 Ruddington 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 order to develop the wellbeing aspect of the service at Ruddington 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 Ruddington Manor to provide a set of complementary services to enhance the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of our residents.
Wellbeing & Activites
At Ruddington Manor dedicated activity staff and residents have worked together to devise an activity and well-being programme which incorporates previous interests and hobbies of residents as well as introducing new opportunities. Research has shown the positive benefits of interaction between the elderly and young children. Paper Moon, a local children’s nursery, attend Ruddington Manor regularly and bring an additional sense of vibrancy and fun to the home. Community involvement is also high on the wellbeing programme which involve local church groups, attending coffee mornings and even joining Post Cards of Kindness which now has worldwide involvement.
Why You Should Choose Us
Meet the Team
Tracy Johnston, Home Manager
I am a qualified nurse and trained at the University of Central Lancashire, qualifying in 1999. Totalling 30 years of care/nursing experience my passion lies with care homes and I have extensive management experience as a home manager including troubleshooting, care home turnaround and Regional management. These areas have given me a wealth of knowledge and decided to come back into the daily running of the care home after being out and about travelling many miles. I am proud to be part of the team here at Ruddington Manor and to work for New Care working towards their vision. My team and I are dedicated to making each day different and special for residents. The care we deliver is person-centred, ensuring that individual needs and requirements are met. It is important to us that residents retain as much independence as possible with support to continue pursuing the interests and hobbies they have always enjoyed. Personal hobbies and interests include family, Horse riding and my three West Highland Terriers Dave, Dottie & Alfie, A family unit themselves – you may see them in the home occasionally.
Anne Mirasol, Deputy Manager
Anne has worked in the health sector since 2007. She has worked as a Registered General Nurse in a care home before progressing to clinical lead. In her current role of deputy manager, Anne is responsible for providing clinical, managerial and placement support to the registered manager at Ruddington Manor. She also offers daily support to all staff and residents in the home.
Amy Simpson, Wellbeing Coordinator
My name is Amy Simpson and I have been working for New Care since they opened Ruddington Manor in Nottingham May 2018. I love my role as lead Well-being Coordinator encouraging people to live as independently as possible, planning both mental and physical activities to combat loneliness and isolation. I love working for New Care as they offer great support and care not only to their residents, but to staff also.