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Life at Manor Park

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Manor Park – Leaf Painting - Painting is a keen favourite at Manor Park Care Home in Castleford so we decided to do something a little bit different. Leaf painting went down very well and just lovely paintings were created.
Manor Park – Painting - Some of residents really enjoy getting together and doing some painting. This week we painted some letters for a display, all will be revealed soon!
Manor Park – Messy Play - Residents at Manor Park Care Home always look forward to the weekly visit from Unicorn Nursery. This time everyone took part in a painting activity. It got very messy but lots of fun was had by all.
Manor Park – Bingo Time - Manor Park residents had a fun game of bingo in the home’s café. Following the game residents enjoyed a cup of time and a natter.
Manor Park – Body Shop Party - Manor Park residents brought some lovely gifts at the recent body shop party in November. Residents had a fabulous time smelling and trying all the different products.
60th Birthday Party - Regional staff and Home Managers in the Yorkshire region arranged a surprise party at Water Royd House Care Home in Barnsley for Paul Brookfield, Regional Director who celebrated his 60th birthday on Tuesday 7th November. Staff all contributed to a

Home Details

Claire Phelps - Care Manager

Leeds Road
WF10 5HA

Tel: 01977 711320
Fax: 01977 604144

[email protected]

We are committed to continually improving and developing our services. A comprehensive action plan is in place to make improvements to the areas highlighted by the CQC during their inspection in March 2017.

We were pleased with many of the positive observations the CQC noted in their report, including:

• Staff were patient, kind and caring and they interacted positively with people.
•  Staff were passionate about their work and they were very proud to show what was happening in each unit. Staff said they ‘loved’ their work with people and we saw they were friendly and smiley, helping to create a happy atmosphere.
• People were offered good choices and supported well to make their own decisions.
• People’s independence was encouraged and staff enabled them to do as much as possible for themselves, whilst being on hand to support if needed.

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