Providing individualised residential, nursing and respite care, and dedicated dementia care in Wilmslow.
Welcome to Wilmslow Manor Care Centre, which opened in September 2022. One of our Cheshire care homes, located in Cheshire East and 11 miles from Manchester city centre, this Wilmslow care home has 63 modern bedrooms, each with an en-suite wet room, and designed in line with current CQC requirements.
Residents of this stylish, luxurious Wilmslow care home will have access to communal lounges and premium facilities, including an on-site hair salon and nail bar. The care home’s restaurants are ideal social spaces, and serve a variety of menu options catering to different needs every day. Our chefs work hard to provide nutritious meals for all of our residents, including those who may have dementia or certain dietary requirements. Find out more about our fine dining offering.
Wilmslow Manor Care Centre residents will receive the highest level of care, whether they require residential, nursing, respite, or dementia care services. We’re proud to provide the highest level of safety and comfort for our residents; we believe that everyone living in a care home should be able to feel comfortable and independent in their own space.
Our care home in Wilmslow is decorated using a soothing colour palette, with modern, clear signage and carefully planned layouts to keep residents safe, happy, and able to navigate their way as independently as possible. Read more about our care home interiors, and how our facilities have been designed with people living with dementia in mind.
Providing thoughtful and personalised residential dementia care in Wilmslow and Cheshire is incredibly important to everyone at New Care Homes. We understand the difficulties our seniors can face, whether at the beginning of their dementia diagnosis, or when symptoms have started to progress. If you’re looking for dementia care, Wilmslow is an ideal location thanks to our care home staff’s specialist training. Our dementia care services at Wilmslow Manor Care Centre include a tailored dementia care plan that helps us to support the individualised and specific needs of each resident living with dementia.
Residents living in Wilmslow Manor Care Centre will be able to enjoy a programme of activities and events designed to support their physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing, helping them to maintain good spirits. Learn more about the activities on offer at our Wilmslow care home.
Wilmslow Manor Care Centre is located in the market town of Wilmslow, Cheshire, situated to the south of Manchester city centre, close to Manchester Airport, and is surrounded by some beautiful countryside. Visitors can enjoy a woodland walk and stunning views at the National Trust’s Alderley Edge site, while another National Trust site, Quarry Bank Mill, is located in the nearby picturesque village of Styal. Styal Golf Club and Wilmslow Golf Club are nearby too. If you’re looking for a rainy day activity during a visit to our care home, Wilmslow is home to The Rex Cinema, a restored art deco cinema, with plush seating and a real retro feel.
Wilmslow Manor Care Centre
Silent Nurse Call System
Spa Assisted Bathroom
Terrace to 1st and 2nd Floor
Great Things About Wilmslow Manor Care Centre
Our Care Philosophy
At Wilmslow 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 Wilmslow 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 Wilmslow 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
Paula Clark, Home Manager
I have been a registered Manager in the Independent Care Sector for over 14 years within specialised Care Homes and within different communities. My team and I will work hard to make each day special and to deliver person-centred care and support whilst encouraging residents to maintain as much independence as possible. I am proud to be working with New Care and share their values and together we can deliver meaningful experiences to residents in a beautiful environment putting our residents at the centre of everything we do at Wilmslow Manor.
Jo Ward, Deputy Manager
I have over 35 years of nursing experience in care and acute settings. I started with care and have been drawn back to care because there is so much to experience with people who have had years of life but now need our care, support, safety and positive approach to their health and well-being. New Care provides all this to residents, their families staff and all visitors are welcomed as We Care.
Sarah Jo Wild, Wellbeing Coordinator
I am the Wellbeing Co-Ordinator at Wilmslow Manor Care Centre. I have worked in Health and Social Care for the past 3.5 years, progressing to the position of Wellbeing Lead. I am a university graduate in Mental Health Nursing and am trained in Namaste Care. I have previously worked in retail as a Sales Manager and am able to use my transferable skills to manage and coordinate all aspects of my role, including creating weekly person centred activity programmes within the home. My passion is care and supporting both residents and their families through their own personal journeys will be key to my new role within New Care.
Lesley Rice, Home Trainer
I believe through excellent training we create better equipped staff, which results in happier residents. I am very passionate about my role as a trainer and I am lucky in working for New Care for 2 years who are also passionate about excellent training for their staff and investing in long term development.