Manor House

Manor House, 1 Amblecote Avenue, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 9AL

Care Home Rating & Reviews

Lovely staff. Made Mom feel at home and looked after her extremely well. Overall the facilities were excellent. My only concern was that more able-bodied residents could not use their private showers in their bedrooms. They had to use the manned bathing area. However, this was purely due to safety for the residents. They so deserve a gold star!!

Claire J

(Daughter of Resident)

The manager is totally upbeat, she is passionate about the home, residents and staff. Each time I called staff were able to give a detailed account of the care given to my mother-in-law and her movements, what had happened, etc. The staff’s morale was also apparent with good feeling, knowing that they too knew of her activities throughout the day, which gives you confidence regarding the care for your loved one.
We are over the moon in such a short space of time – with the care given.

Ann H

(Daughter-in-law of Resident)

My wife has been a resident at Manor House for five and a half years. In that time, she has always been treated with respect. Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have only visited 4 times and each time I have had my temperature taken each time. I think the management and staff have always treated my wife with respect.

D B

(Husband of Resident)

When we visit my aunt she is contented and is well looked after and well cared for. We are very grateful for the way the home gave her such a happy day for her 101st birthday. Staff were very kind to her.

John W

(Son of Resident)

My aunt resided there for 2 years. The manager and all her staff were second to none. All staff were pleasant and helpful. They cared for my aunt with respect, cheerfulness and dignity right up until she passed away. I was very grateful they were there at her end and as loving as always. Thank you is all I can say and carry on the good work.

Sheila B

(Niece of Resident)

Welcome to
Manor House, Birmingham

  • Introduction

    Welcome to the OUTSTANDING rated Manor House

    Manor House is a residential care home set in beautiful grounds in Kingstanding, just to the north of Birmingham. Manor House offers first-class care for residents over 65. Each one of our residents benefits from unique, personalised care, designed to make their stay with us as enjoyable and fulfilling as possible.

    You’ll find a range of facilities on offer at the home, including wi-fi access, hairdressing, chiropody, dental and eye care services. We offer a host of social activities to entertain our residents, such as arts & crafts, baking & cooking, exercise and fitness classes, dancing and music, gardening and flower arranging, film nights, wine evenings and many more. Pets are also welcome.

    Of course, the best way to see the superb care and wonderful facilities we offer is to visit yourself, meet our team, and see why Manor House is uniquely placed to deliver graceful, caring living.

    Manor House offers a varied range of services including:

    Pre-book a virtual tour of our home today by calling the home to book a slot!

     

  • Services

    The wonderful facilities at Manor House make a world of difference to our residents. Whether it’s chatting in the cafe, pottering around the garden or enjoying the peace and quiet of the lounge, there really is a favourite place for everyone. Rooms at Manor House vary in style and facilities, but the majority offer:

    • Private kitchenette
    • En-suite facilitates
    • Views of our landscaped gardens
    • TV and Telephone points
    • Single or double sized rooms
    • Welcome toiletries upon arrival
  • Lifestyle

    Meaningful and fulfilling activities

    At every stage in life, maintaining your physical and mental health is important. We believe the key to this is to keep your mind, body, and soul stimulated and engaged every day, and this is a fundamental element of how we operate our homes.

    In every home in our group, we have a dedicated activities coordinator who, in conjunction with the wishes of the residents, creates a varied program of activities and celebrations. We encourage everyone to participate and join in the fun and comradery that these events can bring. We like to welcome new residents to our activity programme by incorporating their favourite activities, expanding our selection for all the community to enjoy. Designed to engage our residents both physically and mentally, our activity programmes are also a source of great fun and help residents to live life to the fullest.

    Most activities take place indoors. However, when the weather permits, we take maximum advantage of our lovely outdoor patio areas and adjoining gardens and also arrange local and national trips.

     

    No barriers to activity

    For every resident, in every setting, be it residential, nursing, or those living with dementia, everyone receives support to be mentally and physically active to enhance their experience while they are staying us. We recognise that independent activity, hobbies, and day-to-day tasks boost an individuals’ self-confidence. We appreciate individual needs and understand their capabilities as part of our person-centred care, as a result; we can be the support they need at the time that they need it.

    Dedicated Activity Coordinators

    Our Activity Coordinators establish activities that our residents enjoy at a frequency that maintains engagement. Some are scheduled so that a routine can be established, and others are organised and promoted so that our residents can look forward to a special occasion together. The coordinators will also discover what additional events and activities each resident would like to see and, where feasible, incorporate those ideas into something that all residents can participate in. Residents’ birthdays and special milestones are also celebrated together.

    We support our residents to maintain an active, healthy life within the home and the local community by having strong links with local groups. These relationships are designed to promote socialisation, mobility, interaction, independence, and self-confidence and to positively influence their health and well-being.

     

    Activities for residents living with dementia

    For residents who live with dementia or require support with their mental health, speech therapies are just one way in which we can provide assistance. Other mediums such as touch, sense, colours, music, animal interaction, and activities that encourage reminiscence memory can stimulate mental agility and provide positive outcomes for our residents.

  • Dining

    Dining

    Gold Care Homes maintain the highest standards of food safety and nutritional value, whilst striving to create delicious food dishes every day. Our food menu is specially designed to appeal to our residents’ varied palates whilst providing the right balance of nutrients. We regularly organise bespoke dining experiences, from outdoor BBQs to themed dinner parties. Our chefs are also happy to arrange for private meals for visitors to enjoy with their loved ones.

    Residents are encouraged to eat and enjoy their meals in social dining areas, and every meal we produce incorporates individual dietary needs as laid out in their care plan. It’s a cornerstone of our care policy and key to our person-centred approach. If you are considering Manor House for your care needs and would like to sample our food – just ask our Care Home Manager for a free tasting session.

  • Fees

    There are several options, including part and fully funded care. Prospective residents are advised to read our funding guide to understand the asset threshold requirements – this determines how much you are expected to pay. Residents can also access additional paid-for services including hairdressing, chiropody, opticians, daily reading material, and many more.

    For residents wishing to upgrade their room experience to include dedicated internet service, movies on demand, private phone line/mobile, large flat screen (and more), speak to our Care Home Manager regarding the Gold Care Plus and Platinum room packages. We have a limited number of beds available for local authority funded clients, please contact the home directly for availability and a price list.

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Care Home Manager:

Sarah Harris, Care Home Manager, Manor House

Sarah Harris

Sarah has completed her QCF level 5 in Leadership and Management. She has also recently signed up to complete an online BSL course to help remove barriers to communication and provide a great service to all present and future residents.

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Manor House, 1 Amblecote Avenue, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 9AL