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Life at Manor Park

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Manor Park – Tin Can Alley - Manor Park residents took part in a game of tin can alley on The Hawthorne’s Suite on Tuesday 6th March.
Manor Park Arts and Crafts Session - Residents of Manor Park Care Home and Children and Unicorn Nursing in Castleford have been taking part in an arts and crafts session. This week they made Easter cards and Mother’s Day cards.
Baking at Manor Park - Residents on Elderberry enjoyed baking some shortbread biscuits. Residents later enjoyed tasting these with a cup of tea. Baking seems to be a keen favourite at Manor Park Care Home in Castleford.
Manor Park – Unicorn Nursery Visit - Unicorn Nursery children visited this week to take part in arts and crafts activities, including lots of painting. Everyone had a fabulous day.
Manor Park – Spring Time - We are nearly in Spring, however, with this weeks weather we wouldn’t think so. Residents at Manor Park Care Home are still getting ready for Spring by painting bird houses and pictures of daffodils to every feel it is getting
Manor Park – Chinese New Year Preparations - Unicorn Nursery visited residents to start preparations for Chinese New Year. Residents of Manor Park Care Home in Castleford and children from Unicorn Nursery made Chinese hats and coloured in pictures ready for the celebrations.

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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