Ruddington Manor Care Home is a luxurious, modern, elderly care centre located in the beautiful village of Wilford and is just one of our two Nottingham care homes. This purpose-built modern care home has been designed by experts whose goal was to provide a homely space that meets all current CQC requirements and provides the highest standards of safety to all residents. Here, all our residents can feel at home and enjoy the best Nottingham has to offer whether they require residential or nursing care.
Our Ruddington Manor care centre has 66 bedrooms with fitted en suite wet rooms, fantastic communal lounges, and restaurants available on each of the three floors, and a hairdresser and nail bar open to all residents. We are proud to offer our residents the ability to live in new generation facilities that enable them to remain independent whilst being under the care of our dedicated team.
The well-being of our residents is what matters most and we encourage them to experience days out, outdoor walks, and fun activities as part of their routine. The mature gardens and terrace area are open for all to enjoy whilst looking out over the gorgeous Wilford views. The Ruddington Manor care home is situated near Wilwell Farm Nature Reserve and is just a stone’s throw away from the Wilford Claypit Nature Reserve, giving our residents access to the beautiful East Midlands countryside.
We welcome family visits and encourage you to stay nearby and see Nottingham Castle or join our residents on their trips out as we soak in the culture surrounding the Ruddington Manor Care Home in Wilford.
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Great Things About Ruddington Manor Care Home In Nottingham
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
Laura Lambert, Associate Deputy Manager
I have worked in the care sector since 2008, initially as a carer then moved onto my nursing career qualifying in 2013. I have worked predominately in the care home environment as a registered nurse, clinical lead and home manager. I joined New Care in December 2020 as a clinical lead nure. I am excited about my new role at Ruddington Manor and I am thankful for the progression within the company. I thoroughly enjoy working for New Care and I like their vision and values. During my spare time, I love spending time with My Husband and Daughter who is 5 years old. Family life is incredibly important to me.
Ellen Robinson, Home Trainer
Having worked for New Care for 7 years I feel that from the very beginning I knew I had made the right decision to become an employee at New Care. As New Care have inhouse trainers in all of their homes this is a great advantage to the care industry as there is always opportunities for all staff members to learn new things and career develop within the home gaining support and guidance from the manager and home trainer. I aim to provide a top quality training to all staff, by doing this it allows staff to provide top quality care to the residents.
Yukari Nishizuka, Head Housekeeper
I am the Head Housekeeper at Ruddington Manor, I have been recently internally promoted and I am so grateful for this opportunity. I am from Japan, I lived in a picturesque fisherman village where you would find me snorkeling. I have also lived in Canada, New Zealand and Australia before coming to the UK. My biggest passion at home is growing tomatoes. Our residents at Ruddington Manor are so lovely and I love to see them smiling. We have a great team and we always help each other.
Nicole Lynch, Wellbeing Coordinator
I started working with New Care for just over a year ago now. When I first started, I was a wellbeing assistant and then I was internally promoted to a team leader. I have since took on the role of wellbeing coordinator. I really enjoy working for New Care. I organise and run the activities which gives me the incredible opportunity of bringing more happiness to the residents. We have a really supportive management team and as a team we all support each other.
Jessie Bradley, Team Leader
I started at Ruddington Manor as a care assistant in December 2020 and worked my way up to Team Leader. I started the Team Leader role January 2022; I feel so supported by the management team in helping me adjust from a Care Assistance to a Team Leader. I’m currently doing my Level 3 Apprenticeship with work which is really helping me understand my role and how I can become a better Team Leader. I really enjoy working at Ruddington Manor, I love that I am helping to make a difference to a resident's day and giving them a reason to smile.