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    Life at Manor Park

    Below are the latest blog posts for Manor Park. To view more blog posts click here

    Manor Park – Jigsaw Puzzles - Resident at Manor Park Care Home in Castleford enjoyed a puzzle afternoon.
    Manor Park – Retail Therapy - Some of the residents at Manor Park enjoyed a shopping trip out with Hazel and Danielle, Activities Coordinators. Before heading home they stopped off for coffee and a cake.
    Manor Park – August Activities - Lots planned in August including our summer fayre. Please click on the below links to find out what we have planned at Manor Park Care Home. Week 2 August Schedule Week 3 August Schedule Week 4 August Schedule
    Manor Park – Baking - Resident on Mulberry always takes part in the baking sessions within the home. This week it were cookies.
    Manor Park – Game of Boules - Residents enjoyed a game of boules indoors, due to the weather. The game was still just as fun though!
    Manor Park – Jigsaw Puzzles - One of our resident’s on Mulberry Suite had a morning making puzzles.

    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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