Welcome to Statham Manor Care Centre, a new care home in Lymm, Cheshire, opening October 2022. If you’re looking for care homes in Warrington, Lymm is located within the borough, in the heart of Cheshire. Statham Manor has 66 modern bedrooms with en-suite wet rooms, designed in line with the latest CQC requirements.
Our new care home in Lymm is stylish, modern, and luxurious, with communal lounges, on-site restaurants catered for by trained chefs who prepare a variety of menu options each day, and premium facilities including a hair salon and nail bar. Learn more about what it’s like to live in a care home.
Statham Manor Care Centre provides residential, nursing, respite, and dementia care. Residents of this Cheshire care home will receive the highest level of care; we pride ourselves on the safety and comfort we provide for our residents, and we believe that everyone living in a care home should feel independent and comfortable with their own space within their new home.
Our care home in Lymm is decorated with soothing colours, clear signage, and carefully planned layouts to keep residents safe, happy, and as independent as possible. Find out more about our care home decor, including how our interiors have been subtly designed for residents living with dementia.
Statham Manor residents can enjoy a fantastic programme of care home activities and events designed to support their health and wellbeing, and to maintain good spirits. And if you’re visiting our care home in Lymm, there are some lovely days out to be had in the surrounding area, including walks around nearby Lymm Dam and along the historic Bridgewater Canal.
Lymm is also close to some fascinating stately homes and gardens, including National Trust-owned Dunham Massey, and Tatton Park in nearby Knutsford. Both are home to herds of deer and excellent tearooms, while Tatton also has its own farm with donkeys, sheep, and goats. Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden in nearby Warrington is also worth a visit.
Contact us today to arrange a visit to Statham Manor Care Home in Lymm, Cheshire, or if you have any questions about our care services.
Statham Manor Care Centre
Silent Nurse Call System
Spa Assisted Bathroom
Terrace to 1st and 2nd Floor
Great Things About Statham Manor Care Centre In Cheshire
Our Care Philosophy
At Statham 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 Statham 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 Statham 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.
Why You Should Choose Us
Meet the Team
Farai Hanyane, Home Manager
I have been a qualified nurse for over 17years and that includes 14years experience working in the healthcare industry working with general nursing, Dementia care and young physically disable and acquired brain injury . I have had opportunity to work in a regional role where I covered homes in Wales, Scotland, and England. I am looking forward to being a part of a diverse, modern, and dynamic management team at New Care. I am also excited about building a new team that will deliver high standard person-centred care in line the regulators.
Hannah Sparks, Deputy Manager
I qualified as a registered nurse in January 2006 and I have experience of working in elderly care, dementia care and more recently, palliative and end of life care. I love getting to know people and being able to deliver a high standard of person centred care. I am very pleased to be joining the New Care team as deputy manager at Statham Manor Care Centre and I am really looking forward to learning and developing more in this exciting new role.
Grace Quinn, Wellbeing Coordinator
I have worked in the care industry for a number of years, I have recently started work for New Care in my new role as a Wellbeing Coordinator. I’m looking forward to getting to know all the residents, delivering person centred care and making sure everyone has a fun filled day every day. I’m working alongside amazing care staff and management team that I know will support me in my new journey within New Care.