Little Manor Nursing Home

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Accommodation

  • 24 Single Rooms
  • 1 Shared Rooms
  • 25 Registered Beds
  • Nursing Only
  • Long Stay
  • Professional Bodies

    NCACQC

    Wessex Care, Care Homes

    Contact

    Little Manor Nursing Home
    Manor Farm Road
    Salisbury
    Wiltshire
    SP1 2RS

    Website: www.wessexcare.net

    Telephone: 01722 341764

    Email: info@wessexcare.com

    Key Features

    • Shared Rooms Available
    • Lift and/or Stairlift
    • Wheelchair Access
    • Specialist Lifting/Bathing Equipment
    • Nurse Call System
    • Retain Own GP
    • Residents Can Bring Their Own Furniture
    • TV Point In Room
    • Pets Allowed
    • Caters For Special Diets
    • Organised Worship On Site
    • Near Public Transport
    • Near Shops
    • Activities and Excursions

    Resident or Visiting Professionals

    • Speech Therapist
    • Occupational Therapist
    • Physiotherapist
    • Alternative Therapists
    • Dietician
    • Doctor
    • Specialist Nurses
    • Dentist
    • Optician
    • Chiropodist
    • Hairdresser

    It is the objective of Little Manor Nursing Home to provide care to all service users to a standard of excellence which embraces fundamental principles of good care practice, and that this may be witnessed and evaluated through the practice, conduct and control of quality care in the home. It is the fundamental ethos that those service users who live in the home should be able to do so in accordance with the homes statement of values.It is the objective of the home that all service users shall live in a clean and safe environment and be treated with respect and sensitivity to their individual needs and abilities. Staff will be responsive to the individual needs of service users and will provide the appropriate degree of care to assure the highest possible quality of life within the home.

    Little Manor Nursing Home aims to provide service users with a secure, relaxed and homely environment in which their care, well being and comfort is of prime importance. Carers will strive to preserve and maintain the dignity, individuality and privacy of all service users within a warm and caring atmosphere, and in doing so will be sensitive to the service users ever changing needs. Such needs may be medical/therapeutic (for physical and mental welfare), cultural, psychological, spiritual, emotional and social, and service users are encouraged to participate in the developmental of their individual care plans in which the involvement of family and friends may be appropriate and is greatly valued. This will be achieved through programmes of activities designed to encourage mental alertness, self-esteem and social interaction with other service users and with recognition of the following core values of care, which are fundamental to the philosophy of our home. All care staff within the home will be appropriately qualified to deliver the highest standard of care. A continuous staff training programme is implemented to ensure that these high standards are maintained in line with the latest initiatives and developments in care practices as may be indicated in evidenced based empirical research findings or laid down in appropriate legislation, and registration authority guidelines.