The comprehensive guide
to choosing and paying for your care
• Home support • Housing options • Care helpline • Care homes
Cheshire East
Care Services Directory 2015
In association with
Tatton Hall
Cheshire East
Council
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Alternative formats This Directory is available electronically at www.carechoices.co.uk. There is also a
Browsealoud option for those requiring the information in the spoken word.
Contents
Introduction from Cheshire East Council 4
Healthy lifestyles 5
Staying independent 6
Do you look after someone? 9
Support to stay at home 11
Living with dementia 13
Housing with care 14
Residential and nursing homes 15
What happens if I ask for an assessment from
adult social care? 17
Paying for care 19
Protecting adults from harm /
Keeping people safe 20
Useful national contacts 21
Commissioned Services 21
Listings 30 - 36
Home care providers 30
Care home providers 32
Care home with nursing providers 35
Index 37
To obtain extra copies of this Directory, free of charge, call the Adult Social Care team on 01270 371315.
Cheshire East Council’s distribution of this publication does not constitute their support or recommendation of
any of the products or services advertised within. All the listings in this publication of care homes, care homes
with nursing and home care providers are supplied by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and neither Cheshire
East Council nor Care Choices can be held liable for any errors or omissions.
Cheshire East
Council
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Cheshire East – Best in the North West. We all know that
Cheshire East is an amazing place to live, work, visit and
invest. A recent announcement in the annual Halifax
Quality of Life Survey has announced that Cheshire East
is the ‘best place to live in the North West’. And it’s getting
better.
Cheshire East Council is committed to ensuring:
• Our local communities are strong and supportive;
• People have the life skills and education they need to
thrive;
• A green and sustainable place;
• People live well and for longer; and
• Responsible, effective and efficient organisation.
Cheshire East Council is committed to supporting
local citizens to live well for longer by remaining as
independent as possible and living in their own homes
for as long as they can safely do so. As well as sign-posting
people to access activities and support independently,
Adult Social Care offers a number of services focussed on
preventing people from becoming dependent on others
for their care and support needs. Local, communitybased
groups and organisations, assistive technology
and the Council’s Reablement Service can help people to
feel supported and safe at home, whilst home care and
residential care is available as and when required.
With a focus on a preventative, enabling approach
where people are supported to be as independent as
they can be, services are set up to ensure that people
are encouraged to maximise self-reliance and to learn or
relearn skills in order to remain as active as possible. Adult
Social Care works closely with other organisations, both
in the independent and voluntary sectors, to ensure that
support services are joined-up and integrated by way of
reducing confusion or duplication for services users and
their families.
From April 2015, the new Care Act will help make the
care and support system more consistent across England
- care and support is changing for the better. Many of
us will need care and support at some point in our lives
and the new national changes are designed to put you
in control of the help you receive. Any decisions about
your care and support will consider your well-being and
what is important to you and your family, so you can stay
healthy and remain independent for longer. For further
information on what this may mean for you see page 17.
Further information on the Care Act can be found on
our website, and you can also obtain independent advice
from ACE (Advice Cheshire East) on 01260 288353.
Introduction from Cheshire East Council
The aim of this Directory is to provide Cheshire East
residents with details of services and organisations that
can provide them with information about a range of
issues and advice, the chance to learn or re-learn skills
in order to remain as active as possible, or opportunities
to meet and talk with others. The Directory also provides
information about housing, healthy living and links to
local resources such as libraries and leisure services.
If you require more assistance, the Directory provides
details about how to ask for an assessment of your needs
and describes a number of services available to people
requiring more support.
We hope that you find the Directory helpful.
Cheshire East Borough Council
Westfields,
Middlewich Road,
Sandbach
CW11 1HZ
Telephone: 0300 123 5500
Web: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk
The offices are open 8.30am to 5.00pm
Outside of working hours (emergency only):
0300 123 5025
Further details are also available from
the Cheshire East Council website:
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk
Astbury
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A healthy lifestyle should include eating a balanced
diet and taking part in exercise. You can find lots of
opportunities to keep healthy and active in this section.
Healthy Eating - we all need a balanced diet and exercise
to ensure that we have good physical and mental health.
For self-help tools and information visit www.nhs.uk/
livewell/healthy-eating/Pages/Healthyeating.aspx
Active ageing - there are specialised activity programmes
for older people which aim to improve independence,
well-being and quality of life, and to reduce the risk of falls.
For more information visit
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ActiveAging
For self-help tools and information about how to
increase physical activity visit www.nhs.uk/livewell/
fitness/Pages/Fitnesshome.aspx
Alcohol and Drug Misuse - An easy access service is
available for people whose drug or alcohol use is
a problem, with the aim of promoting health and
minimising harm to the individual, their families and the
community. Visit www.cwp.nhs.uk/services/2540-
cheshire-east-substance-misuse-service
Stopping Smoking - Smoking is bad for your health. Use
the NHS stop smoking tool to get daily tips for success to
stop smoking. Visit the NHS Choices website at
www.nhs.uk/livewell/smoking
For further information on improving your health and
well-being, and on any of the above services, contact the
Health Improvement Team on 01270 686600.
Healthy lifestyles
Leisure
Leisure centres in Cheshire East offer many opportunities
for getting active and healthy. For details of what’s on, visit
your local leisure centre, or visit their website via this link
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/LeisureCentres or call
0300 123 5018.
Exercise does not have to be in a leisure
centre and you may prefer to go on walks. Go to
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/Walks for useful walking links
and a free map of local walks.
Libraries
We have 16 libraries in towns and villages across the
borough, with a mobile library service serving the more
remote rural areas. Our libraries provide much more
than just books - look online at www.cheshireeast.gov.
uk/libraries or visit one of the libraries to learn more.
Alternatively, you can call 0300 123 5018.
Community hubs
Community hubs will include a network of wellconnected
community buildings that will provide spaces,
services and activities for people in their local area. It is
intended that community hubs will be designed and led
by the community.
For more information contact the Partnerships
and Communities Team on 01270 685809 or email
partnerships@cheshireeast.gov.uk
Dying Well - What does end of life care involve?
End of life care is support for people who are approaching
death and includes palliative care. It helps people to be
as comfortable as possible and to die with dignity. It also
includes support for their family or carers. The Cheshire
End of Life Partnership can provide useful information and
local support. Visit www.eolp.co.uk for more information
or call 01270 758120 or visit www.nhs.uk/Planners/
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Healthwatch
This is the consumer champion for health and social
care that gathers knowledge, information and opinion
to influence policy and commissioning decisions,
monitoring quality of services and reporting to regulators.
For more information visit
www.healthwatchcheshireeast.co.uk or call
03300 882 843.
NHS Choices is a reliable source of health information and
advice. Visit www.nhs.uk
NHS Choices - Helping to put you in charge of your healthcare
Staying independent
This section explains how we can support you to remain
independent, improve your quality of life and help to
prevent you or the people you care for from reaching
crisis point. The following services are available to help
prevent your needs escalating and to delay your need for
ongoing care and support.
Information and advice
ACE (Advice Cheshire East)
Information and advice service on The Care Act via a
dedicated Care Act telephone helpline, including the
choice of types of care and support available, the choice
of providers, how to access the care and support, how to
access independent financial advice, support individuals
to understand the financial implications of the Act, and
how to raise concerns about the safety or well-being of an
adult who has needs for care and support.
Tel: 01260 288353
Citizens Advice Bureau
Provides free confidential and independent advice
and information on a wide range of subjects including
finances, housing and relationships.
Macclesfield, Wilmslow, Poynton and Knutsford
Tel: 01625 428006
Email: mhia@cecab-north.org.uk
Congleton, Sandbach, Crewe and Nantwich
Tel: 01270 303106
Email: mhia@cecab.org.uk
Information and advice for older people
Age UK
‘Supporting You’ is run by Age UK for people over 50, and
offers you a range of information and advice. It can help
you to find the right support to manage everyday tasks or
advise you at times of change in your life like coming out
of hospital or retirement.
Macclesfield, Wilmslow, Poynton and Knutsford
Tel: 01625 612958
Email: enquiries@ageukcheshireeast.org
Web: www.ageuk.org.uk/cheshireeast
Congleton, Sandbach, Crewe and Nantwich
Tel: 01606 881660 Email: admin@ageukcheshire.org.uk
Web: www.ageuk.org.uk/cheshire
Information and advice for people with dementia and
their carers
Alzheimer’s Society
The ‘Living Well’ service gives you detailed information
about the support available in Cheshire East if you are
living with dementia or caring for someone who is. The
Alzheimer’s Society also runs regular support groups
where you can share your experiences.
Crewe
Tel: 01270 501901
Email: southcheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Macclesfield
Tel: 01625 503302
Email: east-cheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Information and advice for adults with a mental
health condition
Citizens Advice Bureau
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information on stress, anxiety, depression and other
mental health issues either through its self-help website
or in person.
Web: www.cecab.org.uk/A02/mental_health_info_
project/about_us/about_us.html
Macclesfield, Wilmslow, Poynton and Knutsford
Tel: 01625 428006
Email: mhia@cecab-north.org.uk
Congleton, Sandbach, Crewe and Nantwich
Tel: 01270 303106
Email: mhia@cecab.org.uk
Information and advice for people who are Deaf
Deafness Support Network
If you are D/deaf it can be very difficult for you to access
the information and advice you need. Deafness Support
Network (DSN) offers a one stop shop of information
and advice for all ages using your preferred method of
communication, for example British Sign Language.
Tel: 01606 47831
Textphone: 01606 350823
Email: dsn@dsnonline.co.uk
Web: www.dsnonline.co.uk
Information and advice for adults with a physical
disability
Disability Information Bureau
If you are looking for information or confidential advice on
a wide range of disability issues from sports and leisure to
local support, the Disability Information Bureau’s service
can help you.
Tel: 01625 501759
Email: info@dibservices.org.uk
Web: www.dibservices.org.uk
The Neuromuscular Centre
The Neuromuscular Centre has more specific information
if you have a neuromuscular condition, and provides
advice through its website, face to face or by
home visits.
Tel: 01606 860911
Email: matthew.lanham@nmcentre.com
Web: www.nmcentre.com
Early intervention and prevention services
Early intervention and prevention for older people
Audlem and District Community Action runs coffee clubs,
befriending and home library services to help you if you
are housebound or living alone. It also has a voluntary
driving scheme to take you to appointments if you
struggle to get there by yourself.
Tel: 07845 495973
Email: ronni@chapelhouse.org
Web: www.audlem.org/newsroom/audlem-districtcommunity-action.html
If you need a little extra help and live in Macclesfield
and surrounding areas, Methodist Homes can offer you
support including a teleprompt for important reminders,
like taking medicine, telephone befriending, assisted
pension collection and shopping.
Tel: 01625 612410
Email: enquiries@mha.org.uk
Web: www.mha.org.uk
Wishing Well, which serves Crewe and the surrounding
areas, can provide you with a range of social and learning
opportunities, many run by volunteers from the local
community.
Tel: 01270 256919 or 01270 253551
Email: jessica.cole@cecpct.nhs.uk
Web: www.wishingwellproject.com
If you like singing and socialising, Crossroads Care runs
social singing and reminiscence activities in Congleton,
Macclesfield and Crewe.
Tel: 01260 292850
Email: cheshireeast@carerstrust4all.org.uk
Web: www.carerstrust4all.org.uk
Cheshire Community Action’s agents can help you to find
out what is available to support you in your local area,
including financial advice and community groups.
Tel: 01606 350042
Web: www.cheshireaction.org.uk/our-services/
community-agents
Early intervention and prevention for adults
The Bridgend Centre in Bollington has an open door
policy, and is there to support you with information, help
to fill in forms, health and education sessions and many
more activities.
Tel: 01625 576311
Email: info@bridgendcentre.org.uk
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This covers all opportunities for people whether it be in
the day, evening or at the weekend. We want you to have
more choice and control about what activities you do and
to increase people’s involvement in their local community.
Up-to-date information on the large number of activities
available can be found by calling 01625 378182 (North
area) or 07768 987332 (South area) or by visiting the
Cheshire East page of the Care Choices website
www.carechoices.co.uk
Day opportunities
Support for adults with a neuromuscular condition
The Neuromuscular Centre specialises in giving advice
and practical support to help with finding relevant
services to understanding your housing options, home
adaptations, personal budgets, accessing mutual support,
and provides relaxation therapies.
Tel: 01606 860911
Email: matthew.lanham@nmcentre.com
Web: www.nmcentre.com
Help with community care assessments for the D/deaf
As a D/deaf person it can be difficult to navigate through
official systems. Deafness Support Network will support
you to communicate with professionals and social
workers, assisting you to complete assessments. This
service is open to people of any age.
Tel: 01606 47831
Textphone: 01606 350823
Email: dsn@dsnonline.co.uk
Web: www.dsnonline.co.uk
Support for adults with a visual impairment
Iris Vision’s service promotes eye health and supports
you if you are living with sight loss. It provides a range
of services including visual assessments, advice on
equipment and social activities.
Tel: 01270 250316 Email: info@iriscentre.org.uk
Web: www.iris-centre.co.uk
Support for adults with a mental health condition
If you need to access advice and support, Making Space
is specifically designed for adults with a mental health
condition and their families. These include one-to-one
support, access to education/training placements, drop-in
sessions and workshops on topics that concern you.
Tel: 01606 786710
Email: jane.reeves@makingspace.co.uk
Web: www.makingspace.co.uk
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If you have a physical or learning disability and are aged
19 to 65, Cheshire Centre for Independent Living runs
groups for you to become involved in activities such as
photography or cooking and days out. All venues are fully
accessible.
Tel: 01606 331853
or 0845 3402777
Email: office@cheshirecil.org
Web: www.cheshirecil.org
Support and activities for adults with a learning
disability
Independent Advocacy’s service for adults with a learning
disability can support you to access services such as
housing, healthcare, employment and education. It
also arranges activities like sports or arts in the local
community.
Tel: 01625 429922
Email: admin@ecadvocacy.co.uk
If you live in the Wilmslow area, the Time Out Group holds
drop-in evening sports sessions and social groups which
look at financial training courses and employment skills
workshops for adults with a learning disability.
Tel: 07845 968331
Email: miriamwild@hotmail.co.uk
Web: www.timeoutgroup.org.uk
Financial support for adults with a physical disability
Do you worry about your financial situation? If you are
over 18 and have a physical disability, the Disability
Information Bureau’s service will give you and your family
practical support, helping you to understand your options
and to stay out of financial crisis.
Tel: 01625 501759
Email: info@dibservices.org.uk
Web: www.dibservices.org.uk
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Supported Employment offers support to people with
disabilities to find or retain employment. Employment
is a key ingredient for real social inclusion. We are
committed to supporting people with disabilities to gain
independence through work.
Tel: 01260 375468
Email: supportedemployment@cheshireeast.gov.uk
Employment
The Blue Badge Scheme is a national arrangement of
parking concessions that allows badge holders to park
close to their destination, either as the driver or passenger.
The Blue Badge Scheme is also open to organisations that
care for disabled people meeting the qualifying criteria.
Tel: 0300 123 5020
Web: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/BlueBadges
Blue Badge Scheme
Do you look after someone?
In Cheshire East, around 40,000 people provide unpaid care
or support to an adult family member or friend, either in
their own homes or somewhere else. It can be difficult to
recognise yourself as a carer; you might think you’re just being
a good friend, neighbour or spouse and are ‘just doing your
job’. In reality, being a carer can be difficult and lonely at times.
If you are in this position, a good place to start is with a Carer’s
Assessment. This is an opportunity to share your feelings and
experience as a carer with a dedicated person who can help
guide you towards the help and support you are entitled to.
A Carer’s Assessment will look at the different ways that
caring affects your life and work out how you can carry
on doing the things that are important to you and your
family. Your physical, mental and emotional well-being
will be at the heart of this assessment. As a result of the
assessment, you may be eligible for support. We will also
offer you advice and guidance to help you with your
caring responsibilities and maintain your own well-being.
To find out more about a Carer’s Assessments visit
www.eastcheshire.gov.uk and search for ‘carer’s assessment’.
Assessing your well-being
There is a range of support services which can help you in
your caring role.
Cheshire and Warrington Carers Centre provide the three
services below.
Freephone helpline: 0800 085 0307
Email: advice@cheshirecarerscentre.org.uk
Web: www.carers.org/Cheshire
Carers’ reablement service
If you are struggling to cope with your caring role, or
finding that it is getting more demanding, this service is
there to support you. The Carers Centre will work with
you, looking at ways you can take a break and helping you
to plan for the future.
Carer breaks
This is a regular opportunity to meet up with other carers
at monthly group meetings or to take a relaxation break
of your own with an individual relaxation session.
Information and advice for carers
The Carers Centre’s freephone helpline is available
Monday to Friday. They will answer your queries, provide a
listening ear if you are feeling isolated and signpost you to
relevant local and national agencies and services.
Carer breaks for carers of people with muscular
dystrophy
This service provides regular breaks for carers of people
with muscular dystrophy. You have the opportunity >>
The right help at the right time
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There are branches in the north and south of the region.
North
Tel: 01625 503302 (north)
Email east-cheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
South
Tel: 01270 501901 (south)
Email: southcheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Carers’ early intervention
If you are new to caring or have not had any support
as a carer before, the In-Time service gives you the
opportunity to discuss how caring is affecting you, and to
complete an individual action plan.
For more information contact Crossroads Care Cheshire,
Manchester and Merseyside
Tel: 01260 292850
Email: cheshireeast@carerstrust4all.org.uk
Web: www.carerstrust4all.org.uk
Carers’ employment support
The Careers Adviser can give you information, advice
and support on employment, training and volunteering,
helping you to stay in work, or to look for employment,
volunteering or training opportunities.
For more information contact Greater Merseyside
Connexions Partnership
Tel: 07791 333241
Email: nicola.holyoak@connexionslive.com
Web: www.connexionslive.com
Carer’s Alert Card for Emergencies (ACE)
What would happen if you were unable to care? When
you sign up to this scheme, an emergency plan is agreed
which provides detailed instruction for others to follow,
giving you peace of mind.
For more information contact Peaks and Plains
Housing Trust
Tel: 01625 428433
Email: trust@peaksplains.org
Web: www.trustlink.peaksplains.org
Carers’ Assessments
Making Space carries out and reviews Carers’ Assessments
for people aged 18 and over who care for someone with a
mental health condition.
For more information contact Making Space
Tel: 01606 786710
Email: jane.reeves@makingspace.co.uk
Web: www.makingspace.co.uk
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>> to get involved in activities such as gardening and
DIY, alternative therapy and carer counselling sessions.
For more information contact The Neuromuscular Centre
Tel: 01606 860911
Email: matthew.lanham@nmcentre.com
Visit: www.nmcentre.com
Other carer breaks
A range of carer breaks can be provided, details of these
can be found by visiting www.cheshireeast.gov.uk and
searching for ‘carer breaks’.
Carer training
Training is available for carers, including a Caring with
Confidence course to help you in your caring role,
one-off practical skills training sessions and personal
development sessions. If you are interested in a different
course, there is also a training opportunities fund that you
can apply to for support to pay for this.
This is available through Cheshire and Warrington
Carers Centre and Crossroads Care, Cheshire, Manchester
and Merseyside.
Cheshire and Warrington Carers Centre
Freephone helpline: 0800 085 0307
Email: advice@cheshirecarerscentre.org.uk
Web: www.carers.org/Cheshire
Crossroads Care, Cheshire, Manchester and Merseyside
Tel: 01260 292850
Email: cheshireeast@carerstrust4all.org.uk
Web: www.carerstrust4all.org.uk
Carer support
The Alzheimer’s Society provides information and support
for anyone who cares for someone with any type of
dementia. They can direct you to support from a number
of organisations, and there are eight monthly dementia
cafes across Cheshire East where you can come for mutual
support.
With so many providers
to choose from, where do
you start?
www.carechoices.co.uk
can help you out.
• search care providers quickly
and easily
• search by postcode/town
and care type
• Information on standards of care
• links to the latest inspection reports
• extra information, photos
and direct website links
for hundreds of providers
• request a brochure
• checklists to take with
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Support to stay at home
Help in your home with maintenance and gardening
The Care and Repair service offers guidance to older
people and people with a disability on carrying out
repairs and adaptations in their own home. The service
can offer help with many different jobs around the home,
from fixing a dripping tap to building an extension.
Tel: 0300 123 5017 (select option 3) or 0300 123 5500
Web: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/CareAndRepair
The Home Safety service is part of Care and Repair. A
team of handypersons is available who can provide ‘that
little bit of help’ with jobs around the home for older and
disabled people living in their own homes.
Tel: 0300 123 5017 (select option 3)
Web: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/HomeSafety
Finding a contractor
Web: www.buywithconfidence.gov.uk
Buy With Confidence provides details of local, reliable
and reputable contractors to carry out housing repairs
and maintenance.
Adaptations to your home
To arrange an assessment call 01625 374028.
For more information on adapting your home
Tel: 0300 123 5017 (option 3)
Email: careandrepair@cheshireeast.gov.uk
Visit: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/DFG
If you or someone living in your property is disabled,
you may qualify for a Disabled Facilities Grant towards
the cost of adapting your home. Your occupational
therapist or social worker and housing authority will work
with you to assess what improvements and adaptations
you may need in order to live more independently in your
own home.
If you can’t afford to pay for the home repairs and
adaptations, we may be able to help you to find other
ways to pay for the work, or provide financial assistance
(depending on your circumstances). There is also a grant
available if you need to move home because your home
can’t be adapted.
For more information on financial assistance to adapt
your home
Tel: 0300 123 5017 (option 3)
Email: housingoptions@cheshireeast.gov.uk
Visit: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/FinancialHelp
Financial help for home adaptations
If you are a Cheshire East resident and wish to report a
consumer related issue or complaint to Trading Standards,
or to seek civil advice, contact The Citizens Advice
Consumer Service.
Tel: 0345 404 0506
To complete an online form visit
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/TradingStandards
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Staying safe at home
Fire safety in your home
We have worked in partnership with Cheshire East Fire
and Rescue to devise a number of safety tips to help
keep you safe from fire and other dangers in your home.
For more information and safety tips visit
www.cheshirefire.gov.uk/public-safety
Message in a bottle
A free and simple way to ensure that essential information
is readily available to the emergency services should
you suffer an accident or sudden illness at home. Visit
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/MessageBottle or call
0300 123 5070 to see how it works.
Telecare is a piece of technology that can help you or
your relatives to maintain your independence and to
stay living at home safely. Telecare can help people with
physical disabilities, memory problems, learning disabilities,
mental health conditions and older people. It can help by
reminding you of important things, making sure you get
help when you need it via the use of sensors, providing
reassurance for your carers and relatives, and helping to
keep you safe. There is a Telecare-contracted Response
Service which provides an alert to a control centre in the
event of an emergency. For more information visit www.
cheshireeast.gov.uk/Telecare or call 0300 123 5070.
Telecare
The Occupational Therapy Service provides advice
and assessments for people living in their own home,
and have physical functional difficulties. They provide
advice and solutions such as equipment and adaptations.
You may be referred to these services following an
assessment by a social care or health professional.
For more information visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/
OTService or call 0300 123 5070.
Occupational Therapy Service
Most people want to remain independent for as long as
possible. The Cheshire Community Equipment Service
provides advice and access to equipment to support
people with disabilities and their carers to remain at home
and be as independent as possible.
The Independent Living Centre (ILC) at Wilmslow is
available to anyone who requires assessment and advice
and there are also Advice Clinics available in the Crewe
area.
Where appropriate, a variety of interventions including
rehabilitation, equipment, minor and major adaptations
can be provided in order to support your independence
and to enable you to manage your needs within your
own home.
Small equipment is available either on an equipment
prescription from health or social care workers, or self
purchase through accredited retailers across Cheshire
East. People can top up to the cost of equipment if they
prefer a higher specification. A list of these retailers is
available on the Cheshire East section of the Care Choices
website www.carechoices.co.uk
Aids for daily living (Assistive Technology)
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Home care (domiciliary care)
Home care (domiciliary care) is practical help with your
personal care which can be provided in your own home
to enable you to remain independent and improve your
quality of life. This is usually help with day-to-day personal
tasks which could include getting up, dressing, washing,
going to bed and help with eating. The amount and
type of support you receive depends on what is decided
following an assessment of your needs.
Regardless of whether you are paying for your own
care or not, you can choose who provides this service
for you.
For more information, contact this Directory’s
independent helpline, call 0800 389 2077. Providers of
home care are listed on pages 30 to 32.
Shared Lives
This service offers long-term respite or day support for
people either within the Shared Lives Carer’s own family
home or in the service user’s home. The person can either
live with the family permanently, or go to stay with them
for overnight short breaks, or for a few hours per week.
The Shared Lives Scheme is available to any vulnerable
adult over 18 years old, who meets Cheshire East Council’s
eligibility criteria.
If you would like to live in a Shared Lives home and be
cared for by a Shared Lives carer, or to become a Shared
Lives carer, then you (or a family member, relative, friend,
neighbour or any other adult) should call 01260 375456
or email sharedlivesservice@cheshireeast.gov.uk or
visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/SharedLives
Reablement services
Reablement is a period of short-term, intensive support that
is designed to help you manage independently following
a period of illness or a fall, or if you have lost some of the
skills you need to maintain your independence. Following
the support many people will not require any further
assistance, however if you do, a care and support plan will be
developed. You may be referred to these services following
an assessment by a social care or health professional. For
more information visit
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/Reablement
Together with our health partners we also offer a Mental
Health Reablement Service. The support will focus on coping
techniques, promoting social inclusion, building self-esteem,
goal setting and can refer to other support services. You may
be referred to these services following an assessment by a
social care or health professional. For more information visit
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/MHReablement
Cheshire East is launching a new Dementia Reablement
Service in May 2015. The new service will offer support to
individuals - in the early stages of dementia following a
formal diagnosis - to manage independently, and to
families and carers to take positive steps to ensure they
continue to lead a good quality of life.
For more information and contact details visit
www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/DementiaReablement or
call 0300 123 5070.
If you are worried that your memory – or that of someone
you know – is getting noticeably worse, or if memory loss is
beginning to effect everyday life, it is worth seeking advice.
That’s because memory problems can sometimes be an
early sign of a medical condition such as dementia.
You should first visit your GP, who will listen to your
concerns. You may be referred to a local memory clinic
where a formal diagnosis can be made. Bear in mind
that there are many reasons for memory loss other than
dementia. However, it is best to seek help as early as
possible as there may be support or treatment available
that can help you.
Cheshire East is launching a new Dementia Reablement
Service in May 2015. The new service will offer support
for individuals - in the early stages of dementia following
a formal diagnosis - to manage independently, and for
families and carers to take positive steps to ensure they
continue to lead a good quality of life. For more information
and contact details visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/
DementiaReablement or call 0300 123 5070.
Living with dementia
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Extra Care housing
Extra Care housing supports people aged 55 and over
who may require 24-hour support to live independently
in their own home. Schemes consist of individual
apartments; most provide communal facilities and hold
regular social activities. There are six Extra Care schemes
in Cheshire East run by Housing Associations and other
schemes that are run privately.
Tel: 0300 123 5010
Web: www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ExtraCareHousing
You can also visit www.housingcare.org
Registered Providers (RPs) provide social housing across
Cheshire East. This housing is generally accessed by
applying via Cheshire Homechoice.
Tel: 0300 123 5017 (option 1)
Web: www.cheshirehomechoice.org.uk
Some of these providers also offer supported shortterm
housing under contract to Cheshire East. To apply for
this housing you will need a referral - contact the Council
for advice, call 01625 378219.
Registered Social Landlords operating in Cheshire East area
Housing with care
Supported living is designed to help people live more
independently in their local community. In supported
living accommodation, housing and support are provided
separately, and the customer has a licence or tenancy.
Support can vary from a few hours a week up to 24 hours
a day, depending on assessed needs. There are several
different models of supported living, such as living in
shared houses, or living in individual tenancies in the
community.
For more information call 0300 123 5010.
Supported living
Sheltered housing is predominately for people aged 55
and over or for people with a medical need for this type of
housing. A sheltered housing scheme consists of individual
apartments with their own front door enabling people
to live independently. Each scheme will have different
facilities which can include 24-hour emergency response,
communal areas and optional social events, and is available
to both buy and rent. If you are looking for a property
in Cheshire East many of the large housing associations
advertise their properties on Cheshire Homechoice.
Cheshire Homechoice will be happy to discuss your
options and help you with any application forms.
Tel: 0300 123 5017 (option 1)
Email: cheshirehomechoice@cheshireeast.gov.uk
Web: www.cheshirehomechoice.org.uk/Data/
ASPPages/1/208.aspx
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Sometimes living at home is no longer an option and
the time comes to consider other care options. All care
providers in the country must be registered with the
Care Quality Commission. All services are inspected by
the Commission, who report on their findings. These
inspection reports along with new quality ratings
are available from the care home or the Care Quality
Commission website at www.cqc.org.uk
There are two types of care home which are available
for people who are no longer able to live independently
in their own home.
Residential care homes (personal care only) - If you need
care and support on a 24-hour basis but you have no
nursing needs, a care home offering only personal care
may be the best option. Personal care includes bathing,
feeding, dressing and help with moving.
Nursing homes - This kind of home is suitable for those
needing nursing care, where your care, support and
nursing needs will be delivered by qualified nursing staff
alongside care workers. Nurses are on duty around the
clock.
In addition, both residential and nursing care homes
can provide specialist care and support for people with a
range of illnesses and conditions, such as dementia.
The decision to move into a residential or nursing care
home should only be made when all other options for
remaining at home have been considered and tried. Once
it is established that your care and support will be most
appropriately provided for in a care home, there are a
number of questions that you will want answering before
making a final decision about which care home you will
choose.
Visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ChooseCareHome
to see further advice.
For more information call 0300 123 5010.
Residential and nursing homes
HOW WILL I KNOW WHICH TO CHOOSE?
VISIT THE NEW CARE SELECT WEBSITE WWW.CARESELECT.CO.UK
CALL CARE SELECT FOR MORE INFORMATION:
0800 389 2077
WHAT ARE THE CARE OPTIONS?
WHAT IF MUM DOESN’T AGREE?
HOW WILL I KNOW WHICH TO CHOOSE?
VISIT THE NEW CARE SELECT WEBSITE WWW.CARESELECT.CO.UK
CALL CARE SELECT FOR MORE INFORMATION:
0800 389 2077
WHAT ARE THE CARE OPTIONS?
WHAT IF MUM DOESN’T AGREE?
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Care homes checklist
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First impressions
• Were you met when you first arrived?
• Do staff seem warm, friendly and polite?
• Do the residents seem happy, active and sociable?
• Does the home feel comfortable and welcoming?
• Is the home fresh, clean and well-furnished?
Fees
• How much are the fees? (Insert above)
• Do the fees cover all the services available?
• Under what circumstances will the fees alter – e.g.
annually or according to increasing needs?
• Is the notice to terminate reasonable?
Transport
• Is the home easy to get to for relatives and friends?
• Does the home provide its own transport?
Accommodation
• Are bedrooms single or shared? Is there a choice?
• Can you decorate and re-arrange your room
to suit yourself?
• Can you bring your own furniture and TV?
• Is there a call system for emergencies?
• Are there enough sockets in your room?
• Can you control the heating in your room?
• Can you lock your room and is there a secure
place for valuables?
• Is there a separate dining room? Bar?
• Are there toilet facilities within easy reach of the
communal facilities?
• Are there both showers and baths?
• Are bathrooms adapted to help people in and out
of the bath?
Accessibility
• Does the home have the right adaptations and
equipment to meet your needs?
• Are all areas accessible for wheelchair users?
• Does the home have extra wheelchairs and
walking aids?
• Is there adequate provision for people with sight or
hearing difficulties?
Life within the home
• Are there any rules and restrictions
(e.g. going out, time of return etc)?
• Can you choose when to get up and retire every day?
• How are residents involved in decisions about life in
the home?
• Is there a telephone where you can make and
take calls in private and comfort?
• Is alcohol served or permitted?
• Are there smoking and non-smoking areas?
• Are there arrangements for religious observance?
• Can you handle your own money?
If not, what arrangements are in place?
• Does a hairdresser/chiropodist visit?
• Are residents accompanied on visits to the GP or
hospital?
Staff
• Do the staff appear clean, cheerful and respectful?
• Do the staff talk to residents and how do they talk
to them?
• Are the staff formally trained?
• Is there an adequate number of staff on day and night?
Visitors
• Are visitors welcome at all times?
• Is there somewhere to see them in private?
• May your visitors join you at meals?
• Can your visitors stay overnight?
Food
• Do you have a choice about meals?
• Is the food varied and interesting?
• Can the home cater for your dietary needs?
• Can you have snacks or drinks any time
of the day or night?
• Can you eat in your room?
Activities
• Can you continue to pursue your hobbies
and interests?
• Are there organised activities and entertainment?
• Are outings and holidays arranged?
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• Are escorts available if necessary?
• Is a library service available?
• Can you have your own flower bed or help
in the garden?
• Can you stay in your own room if you want to?
Gardens
• Are the grounds/gardens attractive?
• Are all areas safe and accessible?
• Is there somewhere to sit?
• Are they quiet?
Contract terms
• Can you retain your own room if away?
• Can you have a short-stay or trial period?
• Will you be given a statement of terms on admission?
• Are all procedures, such as complaints,
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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) registers, inspects
and reviews all adult social care and healthcare services
in England in the public, private and voluntary sectors.
This includes care homes, care homes with nursing, home
care agencies and NHS services, amongst others. When
considering a care home, a care home with nursing or
home care agency, it’s always a good idea to check their
inspection reports on the CQC’s website: www.cqc.org.uk.
The CQC has also started publishing quality ratings.
For any enquiries or to register a concern or a
complaint, contact the CQC.
Tel: 03000 616161 Email: enquiries@cqc.org.uk
The Care Quality Commission,
Citygate, Gallowgate,
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4PA
Inspection and registration of care services
If you (or someone you care for) have a health condition
or disability and are finding it difficult to cope with
everyday living tasks, then you may need some additional
support to help you. This Directory has been designed to
give you information on the services which are available
in the community to help you to stay healthy and
independent. For some people they may need extra help
in knowing what support they need. An assessment can
be requested from Adult Social Care. The assessment may
result in giving you advice or signposting you to services
which can provide you with support.
The assessment will identify whether you have care
and support needs which the Council can help you with.
This help may include financial support. After carrying out
your assessment, we will work with you to identify if you
have any needs that are eligible for care and support.
What happens if I ask for an assessment
from adult social care?
From April 2015, the Government is introducing new
national eligibility criteria for care and support arranged
by the Council to ensure everyone has the same
opportunity to access care. This means that you will be
eligible for support from the Council if you meet all of the
following criteria:
• You have care and support needs as a result of a physical
or mental condition or illness;
• As a result of these needs, you are unable to achieve
two or more outcomes (as specified in the regulations).
For instance, being able to wash or use your home
safely; and
• There is a significant impact on your well-being.
If you think you may need care and support, contact
Cheshire East Council for an assessment of your needs,
call 0300 123 5010. An assessment is how we look at
whether you have needs for care and support to help you
live your day-to-day life. A trained assessor will work with
you to carry out the assessment considering a number of
factors such as your needs and how they impact on your
well-being, the outcomes that matter to you, whether
you are lonely and want to make new friends, and your
other circumstances, for example, whether you live alone
without support.
The aim is that you will be at the centre of the process
and we will gain a full picture of what your wishes, needs
and goals are. You may wish for someone to be present
with you, such as a member of your family. Following your
assessment, Cheshire East Council will give you advice
and information about what support is available in the
community to help you, and we will work with you to
identify if you have any needs that are eligible for care and
support arranged by the Council.
Eligibility for care and support from the Council
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If you are eligible for support from the Council, we
will work with you to prepare a care and support plan.
This will consider your needs and what is important
to you and your family, and how best to meet your
needs. We will look at what you want to achieve,
what you can do yourself, whether you have support
already in place and what types of care and support
might be available to help you. You will also know
how much it will cost to meet your needs, including
how much Cheshire East Council will contribute towards
the cost.
Support planning can take time so Cheshire East
Council will arrange care and support for you for short
periods of time in urgent situations, whilst developing
a longer term support plan with you for when your
situation has settled.
Planning your support
As part as the assessment process the Council will
assess whether you require someone to speak on your
behalf. The following independent advocacy services are
available to provide this help:
• General advocacy;
• Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy service; and
• Independent Mental Health Advocacy.
For more information on all these services, contact
Cheshire Independent Advocacy Services
(Lead Age UK).
Tel: 01606 305004 or 01606 881660
Email: advocacy@ageukcheshire.org.uk
Advocacy / Someone to speak on your behalf
A personal budget is the amount of money that is
available to be spent on your care following your social
care needs assessment. You can choose to receive your
budget as a cash payment so that you can buy the care
and support you need yourself. This is called a Direct
Payment. Alternatively, the Council can arrange your care
and support for you.
What can I spend my Direct Payment on?
Your Direct Payment could be used to pay someone
to support you, such as a support worker or personal
assistant, or purchase support through a service provider
of your choice. It can be used to facilitate other ways of
meeting your needs such as joining a group in your local
community or pooling money together in a group to
fund activities that meet the needs outlined in your care
and support plan.
What will I be responsible for?
Direct Payments give you control of the support you
receive. However, you will also have the responsibilities
that come with managing a budget and potentially
becoming an employer.
If you feel you are unable to manage the day-to-day
financial responsibilities of a Direct Payment, then you can
nominate someone else (a nominee) or you can opt for
a ‘managed account’, whereby a third party manages all
aspects of your Direct Payment and financial monitoring
(at a cost to you) on your behalf.
What support is available to help me to organise
services with my Direct Payment?
The Cheshire Centre for Independent Living and Age UK
Cheshire can help you to arrange services or employ a
personal assistant paid for by your personal budget, assist
with paperwork and provide information and advice on
directing your own care.
For people under 65, contact Cheshire Centre for
Independent Living.
Tel: 01606 331853 or 0845 340 2777
Email: office@cheshirecil.org
Visit: www.cheshirecil.org
For people aged 65 and over, contact Age UK Cheshire.
Tel: 08450 530 280
Email: brokereast@ageukcheshire.org.uk
Visit: www.ageuk.org.uk/cheshire
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Paying for care
In England, social care services must be paid for by the
person receiving care, so you should expect to pay the
full cost of care services unless your assets, savings and
income are very low.
Will I have to pay for my care?
The amount you will have to pay depends on the type of
help you need and the savings and income that you have.
There are three levels: if you have income and savings
of more than £23,250, you will need to pay the full cost
of your care; if your income and savings are between
£14,250 and £23,250, you will need to pay a contribution
towards your care; and if you have less than £14,250, you
may not have to pay anything.
This is worked out between you and the Council
through a financial assessment. The Council will start your
financial assessment using data it holds or can access
through the Department for Work and Pensions. It may
involve a telephone call and could also involve looking at
any disability benefits that you might receive.
Some changes to paying for care are being brought in
by the new Care Act. However, these do not come into
place until 2016.
How much will I have to pay?
A deferred payment agreement is an arrangement with
the Council that will enable people to use the value of
their homes to help pay care home costs, rather than
having to sell their home. If you are eligible, we will help
to pay your care home bills on your behalf. You can delay
repaying us until you choose to sell your home, or until
after your death.
To find out more about who is eligible for a deferred
payment agreement, how to apply and further
information on how the scheme operates, call
0300 123 5010, email careact@cheshireeast.gov.uk or
visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/DeferredPayments
Deferred payments
For information about how to find independent financial
advice or if you have any issues or questions about a
financial service or product, contact the Financial Conduct
Authority
Freephone: 0800 111 6768
Tel: 0300 500 8082
Email: consumer.queries@fca.org.uk
The Financial Services Register is a public record of all the
firms and individuals in the financial services industry. For
more information visit www.fca.org.uk/register
The Citizens Advice Bureau can also provide independent
financial advice.
Tel: 0344 411 1444
Recorded information is also available at any time of day
or night.
Web: www.cecab.org.uk
Web: www.cecab-north.org.uk
Advice Cheshire East (ACE) can also provide advice.
Email: info@adviceCE.org.uk
Web: www.advicece.org.uk
Independent financial advice
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Complaints and compliments
Adult abuse is when a person is treated in a bad way or
in a way that harms, hurts, exploits them or makes them
feel frightened or unhappy. Anyone can be vulnerable to
abuse at any time in their lives. Men and women, rich and
poor, from any ethnic background can be at risk.
Abuse is not always deliberate. It sometimes happens
when people are trying to do their best but feel stressed.
Or they don’t know what to do because of a lack of
knowledge, training or understanding.
Who can abuse?
Anyone can abuse someone. This could be someone that
a person knows or a stranger. It can be one person or a
group of people.
Where does abuse happen?
Abuse can happen anywhere, in someone’s own home, at
work, at a day centre, at college, in hospital, in residential
care or nursing homes, at a club or social event. No
matter where you are, you shouldn’t suffer abuse. If you or
someone you know is being abused, there are people you
can talk to about it. Contact us on the number below.
What might you be concerned about?
You may be concerned that a person is not getting the
help or care they need, is being hurt, bullied, frightened
or intimidated, being taken advantage of, or exploited
because of their age, disability or illness, being made to
do something against their will or not being treated in a
dignified or respectful manner.
What should I do if I am concerned?
If you or someone you know is being abused, we can
help. Please contact us. We will work with you and listen
to you.
Adult Social Care
Tel: 0300 123 5500
If you are in any doubt about whether it is abuse or
not - please call. In cases of an emergency dial 999.
We want you to tell us what you think about our services;
we like to know when we are getting things right, but we
also need to know when there are problems. If we have
made mistakes, or could have done things better, please
tell us by either using the online form which can be found
at www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/CustomerFeedback
or call 0300 123 5038
or write to us at:
Compliance and Customer Relations Team,
Cheshire East Council,
Westfields,
c/o Municipal Buildings,
Earle Street,
Crewe CW1 2BJ
What is adult abuse?
Protecting adults from harm /
Keeping people safe
The Care Act 2014 means that there are major changes in
Safeguarding Adults – it is all about Making Safeguarding
Personal. The change starts from 1st April 2015. Making
Safeguarding Personal puts you more in control of your
own safeguarding and generates a more person-centred
set of outcomes.
The key focus is to develop a real understanding of what
you wish to achieve, recording your desired outcomes and
then seeing how well these have been met.
If you tell us about a concern about yourself or
someone else being abused, we promise to listen to you,
understand your views and wishes, take you seriously,
treat you with respect, support you to feel as safe as you
want, support you to make your own decisions, to keep
you informed and involved and to tell you what will
happen next.
The Care Act and Making Safeguarding Personal 
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Alcoholics Anonymous
AA is concerned solely with the personal recovery and
continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to
the Fellowship for help.
Tel: 0845 769 7555
Web: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk
Alzheimer’s Society
The charity provides support for anyone concerned about
someone experiencing memory loss or dementia.
Tel: 0300 222 1122 Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Care Quality Commission
The independent health and adult social care regulator. Its
job is to make sure health and social care services provide
people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality
care and encourage them to improve.
Tel: 03000 616161 Web: www.cqc.org.uk
CRUSE
This is a national organisation providing information and
bereavement support.
Tel: 0844 477 9400
Web: www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk
National Drugs Helpline
A confidential helpline for anyone in the UK concerned
about drug use.
Tel: 0800 776 600 Web: www.talktofrank.com
NHS Choices
Information about local health services and health conditions.
Web: www.nhs.uk
Relate
Relationship counselling.
Tel: 0300 100 1234 Web: www.relate.org.uk
The Samaritans
Tel: 0845 790 90 90 Web: www.samaritans.org
Saneline
A telephone helpline for people affected by mental illness,
available from 6pm to 11pm every day of the year.
Tel: 0845 767 8000
Shelter
Produces a number of guides on housing issues, covering
topics such as housing rights, housing benefits, private
tenants’ rights, tenancy agreements etc. They also run a
free telephone help and advice line.
Tel: 0808 800 4444 Web: www.shelter.org.uk
Stroke Association Helpline
The Stroke Association supports stroke survivors, family
members, friends and work colleagues of someone who
has had a stroke, or people who want to know how to
prevent a stroke.
Tel: 0303 303 3100 Web: www.stroke.org.uk
Women’s Aid
(National Domestic Violence Helpline)
Women’s Aid is the national charity for women and
children working to end domestic abuse.
Tel: 0808 200 0247
Web: www.womensaid.org.uk
Useful national contacts
Early Intervention and Prevention Services
Audlem and District Community Action (ADCA)
Hankelow Methodist Church, 11 Old School Lane,
Hankelow, Crewe CW3 0JN
Tel: 07845 495973
Email: ronni@chapelhouse.org
Web: www.audlem.org/newsroom/audlem-districtcommunity-action.html
People aged over 50.
Supports older people with coffee clubs, befriending,
volunteer driving to appointments and home library
services.
Bridgend Centre
104 Palmerston Street, Bollington, Cheshire SK10 5PW
Tel: 01625 576311
Email: info@bridgendcentre.org.uk
Web: www.bridgendcentre.org.uk
All client groups over 18.
Provides community support including drop in services,
form filling, information provision, health and education
sessions.
Cheshire Centre for Independent Living (CCIL)
Sension House, Denton Drive, Northwich CW9 7LU
Tel: 01606 331853 or 0845 340 2777 >>
Commissioned Services
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>> Email: office@cheshirecil.org
Web: www.cheshirecil.org
Physically disabled and learning disability aged 18 to 65
Weekly social activity group in fully accessible venues.
Cheshire Community Action
Suite G7, Ground Floor, Northwich Business Centre,
Meadow Street, Northwich CW9 5BF
Tel: 01606 350042
Carol Weaver, Community Agent South
Tel: 07825 291958
Email: carol.weaver@cheshireaction.org.uk
Lisa Gordon, Community Agent South
Tel: 07823 325766
Email: lisa.gordon@cheshireaction.org.uk
Alyssa Baines, Community Agent Centre
Tel: 07901 787272
Email: alyssa.baines@cheshireaction.org.uk
Kelly Druce, Community Agent North
Tel: 07825 296091
Email kelly.druce@cheshireaction.org.uk
Older people aged 55 and over.
Signposting and support service including financial
awareness, community-based activities, drop-in sessions
and information and advice to access other services.
Crossroads Care – Cheshire, Manchester and
Merseyside
Overton House, West Street, Congleton CW12 1JY
Tel: 01260 292850
Email: cheshireeast@carerstrust4all.org.uk
Web: www.carerstrust4all.org.uk
Older people over 50.
Provides social drop-in reminiscence activities and music/
singing social activities in Congleton.
Deafness Support Network (DSN)
144 London Road, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5HH
Head office Tel: 0808 2082440
Northwich Tel: 01606 47831
Textphone: 01606 350823
Email: dsn@dsnonline.co.uk
Web: www.dsnonline.co.uk
Children and adults who are D/deaf, their families and
carers.
Support service providing assistance with community
care assessments, specialist assessments, assisting with
communication and rehabilitation including mobility and
life skills.
Disability Information Bureau (DIB)
Pierce Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 6ER
Tel: 01625 501759
Email: info@dibservices.org.uk
Web: www.dibservices.org.uk
Physically disabled adults, their families and carers.
Support service providing practical financial support to
keep people out of financial crisis including benefit checks,
form filling, better off in work calculations and training.
Independent Advocacy (Cheshire)
Sension House, Denton Drive, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5HB
Tel: 01625 429922
Email: dave.corp@independent-advocacy.org.uk
Adults with a learning disability aged over 18.
Provides support to access services related to housing,
healthcare, employment, education and community activities.
IRIS Vision
14 Chapel Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 7DQ
Tel: 01270 250316
Email: info@iriscentre.org.uk
Web: www.iris-centre.co.uk
Visually disabled adults aged over 18.
Provides general advice and information, transcript
services, visual assessments, social/educational activities,
access to counselling, benefits and housing advice.
Making Space
Waterside House, Navigation Road, Northwich,
Cheshire CW8 1BE
Tel: 01606 786710
Mobile: 07843268001 (Jane Reeves)
Email: jane.reeves@makingspace.co.uk
Web: www.makingspace.co.uk
Adults with mental health needs including dementia and
carers.
Support service including 1:1 support, information and
advice, emotional and practical support, drop-in sessions
and access to education / training placements.
Methodist Homes (MHA)
Live at Home Manager, Macclesfield and District Live at
Home Scheme, Westminster Road SK10 1BX
Tel: 01625 612410
Email: enquiries@mha.org.uk
Web: www.mha.org.uk
Adults over 50.
Support service including teleprompt, medication/
meal reminders, telephone befriending, assisted pension
collection, shopping and pop up/dementia cafés.
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Neuromuscular Centre (NMC)
Woodford Lane West, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 4EH
Tel: 01606 860911
Email: matthew.lanham@nmcentre.com
Web: www.nmcentre.com
Adults over 18 with neuromuscular conditions, their
families and carers.
Support service including advice on home adaptations,
personal budgets, treatments / therapies and
bereavement support.
Time Out Group
11 Heyes Lane, Alderley Edge, Cheshire SK9 7LA
Tel: 0784 596 8331
Email: miriamwild@hotmail.co.uk
Web: www.timeoutgroup.org.uk
Adults with a learning disability aged over 18.
Social leisure and learning activities including drop-in
sports sessions, financial training, employment skills and
networking groups.
Wishing Well
Jubilee House, St Paul’s Street, Crewe CW1 2QA
Tel: 01270 256919 or 01270 253551
Email: jessica.cole@cecpct.nhs.uk
Web: www.wishingwellproject.com
Adults over 50.
Social activities group to improve the health and wellbeing
of local people providing a range of social and
learning activities.
Information and Advice Services
ACE (Advice Cheshire East)
Tel: 01260 2883583
Adults over 18.
Information and advice service on the Care Act via a
dedicated Care Act telephone helpline, including the
choice of types of care and support available, the choice
of providers, how to access the care and support, how to
access independent financial advice, support individuals
to understand the financial implications of the Act, and
how to raise concerns about the safety or well-being of an
adult who has needs for care and support.
Age UK Cheshire
314 Chester Road, Hartford, Northwich CW8 2AB
Tel: 01606 881 660
Email: admin@ageukcheshire.org.uk
Web: www.ageuk.org.uk/cheshire
Adults over 50, their families and carers.
Information and advice service to assist at times of
change including retirement, bereavement, discharge
from hospital by phone, online or by home visit.
Age UK Cheshire East
Head Office, New Horizons Centre, Henderson Street,
Macclesfield SK11 6RA
Tel: 01625 612958
Email: enquiries@ageukcheshireeast.org
Web: www.ageuk.org.uk/cheshireeast
Adults over 50, their families and carers.
Information and advice service to assist at times of
change including retirement, bereavement, discharge
from hospital by phone, online or by home visit.
Alzheimer’s Society
Springbank Centre, Victoria Road, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK10 3LS
Tel: 01625 503302
Email: east-cheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Electra House, Electra Way, Crewe Business Park,
Crewe CW1 6GL
Tel: 01270 501901
Email: southcheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Adults with any type of dementia and their carers.
Information service detailing support available through an
electronic bulletin and peer support groups.
Cheshire East Citizens Advice Bureau
50 Victoria Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 2JE
Tel: 01270 303106
Web: www.cecab.org.uk
Adults over 18.
Provides free confidential and independent advice
and information on a wide range of subjects including
finances, housing and relationships.
Cheshire East North Citizens Advice Bureau
Sunderland House, Sunderland Street, Macclesfield SK11 6JF
Tel: 01625 428006
Web: www.cecab-north.org.uk
Adults over 18.
Provides free confidential and independent advice
and information on a wide range of subjects including
finances, housing and relationships.
Cheshire East Citizens Advice Bureau
50 Victoria Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 2JE
Tel: 01270 303106
Email: mhia@cecab.org.uk
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Email: east-cheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Electra House, Electra Way, Crewe Business Park,
Crewe CW1 6GL
Tel: 01270 501901
Email: southcheshire@alzheimers.org.uk
Web: www.alzheimers.org.uk
Adults with any type of dementia and their carers.
Information and support through monthly dementia
cafes, befriending service, advisers, and bulletins and peer
support groups.
Cheshire & Warrington Carers Centre
146 London Road, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5HH
Freephone: 0800 085 0307 Office Tel: 01270 257331
Email: advice@cheshirecarerscentre.org.uk
Web: www.carers.org/cheshire
Carers who are aged over 18.
Provides intensive support including carer breaks, carer
training and information and advice for carers.
Crossroads Care – Cheshire, Manchester and Merseyside
Overton House, West Street, Congleton CW12 1JY
Tel: 01260 292850
Email: cheshireeast@carerstrust4all.org.uk
Web: www.carerstrust4all.org.uk
Carers who are aged over 18.
Offers tailor-made training sessions through communitybased
assessment, information, support and advocacy
service for carers who are new to caring or who have not
accessed any support before.
Greater Merseyside Connexions Partnership
Head Office, Strand House, 21 Strand Street, Liverpool L1 8LT
Tel: 07791 333241
Email: nicola.holyoak@connexionslive.com
Web: www.connexionslive.com
Carers who are aged over 18.
Provides information, advice and support to carers on
employment, training and volunteering and supported
work experience placements.
Making Space
Waterside House, Navigation Road, Northwich,
Cheshire CW8 1BE
Tel: 01606 786710
Mobile: 07843 268001 (Jane Reeves)
Email: jane.reeves@makingspace.co.uk
Web: www.makingspace.co.uk
Carers who are aged over 18.
Carries out carers’ assessments for people who care for
someone with a mental health condition.
>> Provides information and advice on stress, anxiety,
depression and where to go for help and support.
Cheshire East North Citizens Advice Bureau
Sunderland House, Sunderland Street, Macclesfield SK11 6JF
Tel: 01625 428006
Email: mhia@cecab-north.org.uk
Web: www.cecab.org.uk/A02/mental_health_info_
project/about_us/about_us.html
Adults over 18 with a mental health condition.
Provides information and advice on stress, anxiety,
depression and where to go for help and support.
Deafness Support Network
144 London Road, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5HH
Head Office Tel: 0808 208 2440
Northwich Office Tel: 01606 47831
Textphone: 01606 350823
Email: dsn@dsnonline.co.uk
Web: www.dsnonline.co.uk
Children and adults who are D/deaf, their families
and carers.
Provides a one-stop-shop for information and advice
including translating, explaining letters, free use of
internet and training support for IT.
Disability Information Bureau (DIB)
Pierce Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 6ER
Tel: 01625 501759
Email: info@dibservices.org.uk
Web: www.dibservices.org.uk
Physically disabled adults, their families and carers.
Provides information and advice through helplines, face
to face appointments, and drop-in sessions, social media
and websites.
Neuromuscular Centre (NMC)
Woodford Lane, West Winsford, Cheshire CW7 4EH
Tel: 01606 860911
Email: matthew.lanham@nmcentre.com
Web: www.nmcentre.com
Adults over 18 with neuromuscular conditions, their
families and carers.
Information and advice including face-to-face, home
visits, workshops, leaflets and online advice forums.
Services for Carers
Alzheimer’s Society
Springbank Centre, Victoria Road, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK10 3LS
Tel: 01625 503302
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General Advocacy
Cheshire Independent Advocacy Services (Lead Age UK)
314 Chester Road, Hartford, Northwich CW8 2AB
Tel: 01606 305004 (Direct Line)
Tel: 01606 881660 (General Switchboard)
Fax: 01606 881667
Email: advocacy@ageukcheshire.org.uk
All client groups over 18.
Promotes equal opportunities by supporting and enabling
people to express their views and concerns, access
information and services, defend and promote their rights/
responsibilities and explore options and choices.
Specialist Assessments
Deafness Support Network
144 London Road, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 5HH
Head Office Tel: 0808 208 2440
Northwich Office Tel: 01606 47831
Textphone: 01606 350823
Email: dsn@dsnonline.co.uk
Web: www.dsnonline.co.uk
D/deaf people aged 50+.
Provides a range of services including Assessments at
home or at DSN’s Resource Centre in Macclesfield or in
care/nursing homes.
Brokerage
Cheshire Centre for Independent Living (CCIL) in
partnership with Age UK Cheshire
Sension House, Denton Drive, Northwich CW9 7LU
Tel: 01606 331853 or 0845 340 2777
Email: office@cheshirecil.org
Web: www.cheshirecil.org
FACS eligible people from all client groups, and self
funders aged 18+.
Advice and support planning service around personal
welfare, financial assistance, peer support, recruitment of
PA’s and signposting to community based services.
Healthwatch
Consortium led by Cheshire East CVS
81 Park Lane, Macclesfield SK11 6TX
Tel: 0330 088 2843
Email: info@healthwatchcheshireeast.co.uk
Web: www.healthwatchcheshireeast.co.uk
All client groups.
The consumer champion for health and social care that
gathers knowledge, information and opinion to influence
policy and commissioning decisions.
Neuromuscular Centre (NMC)
Woodford Lane West, Winsford, Cheshire CW7 4EH
Tel: 01606 860911
Email: matthew.lanham@nmcentre.com
Web: www.nmcentre.com
People 18 and over with Neuromuscular conditions and
their families/carers.
Provides regular breaks for carers through activities such
as gardening and DIY, alternative therapy and carer
counselling sessions.
Peaks and Plains Housing Trust
Ropewalks, Newton Street, Macclesfield SK11 6QJ
Tel: 01625 428433
Email: trust@peaksplains.org
Web: www.trustlink.peaksplains.org
All carers.
Provides an Alert Card for Emergencies (ACE) scheme
where an emergency plan is agreed and an emergency
contact number is given.
Advocacy Services
Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA)
Cheshire Independent Advocacy Services (Lead Age UK)
314 Chester Road, Hartford, Northwich CW8 2AB
Tel: 01606 305004 (Direct Line)
Tel: 01606 881660 (General Switchboard)
Fax: 01606 881667
Email: advocacy@ageukcheshire.org.uk
This service is available to vulnerable people aged
18+ who lack the capacity to make certain important
decisions.
Gathers information and provides support to the person,
as well as representing their wishes, feelings, beliefs and
values during decision making processes.
Advocacy Services
Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA)
Cheshire Independent Advocacy Services (Lead Age UK)
314 Chester Road, Hartford, Northwich CW8 2AB
Tel: 01606 305004 (Direct Line)
Tel: 01606 881660 (General Switchboard)
Fax: 01606 881667
Email: advocacy@ageukcheshire.org.uk
This service is available to people who are 18+ and meet
the eligibility criteria under the Mental Health Act 1983 (as
amended by the Mental Health Act 2007).
Helps people obtain information and understand the
legislation relating to them and the rights that this
provides both them and other people.
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Manager: Nicki Oliver | averyhealthcare.co.uk | enquiries.claytonmanor@averyhealthcare.co.uk
Nursing, Dementia & Young Physically Disabled Care Home
Congleton | Cheshire
Clayton Manor Care Home, on the A34 at Congleton, is under new ownership. The Home is now
run by leading care provider Avery Healthcare and brings to Congleton care provision from a
national company with an award winning reputation.
With daily activities, hotel standard interiors and dining, as well as the best in clinical care.
Clayton Manor offers: Generously proportioned en-suite bedrooms • Restaurant standard
food prepared daily • Vibrant lounges, comfortable quiet rooms and communal dining areas
Hotel standard support services including a daily programme of therapeutic activities
Mature garden with sensory beds.
Come and see for yourself, call 01260 299622.
Step inside a Sunrise community and you’ll
know you’ve arrived somewhere special - a
vibrant place where life is lived to the full.
Whether it’s assisted living or specialist
dementia care, everything we do stems from
a commitment to providing only the very
best care for the elderly.
Don’t just take our word for it. Come and
see for yourself how rewarding life can be
with Sunrise.
Pop in or call to arrange a
tour of your local Sunrise
community today.
The Life You Want.
The Care You Need.
Sunrise of Mobberley
sunrise-care.co.uk/mobberley
01565 818 040
Hall Lane, Mobberley, Knutsford,
Cheshire WA16 7DZ
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At Barchester we pride ourselves on independence,
dignity and choice for the individuals we support.
We look after people with a wide variety of needs.
Our compassionate and caring staff make sure that
everyone is treated as an individual and they have
comfort, security and the best quality of life.
Nursing care • Residential care • Dementia care
Respite breaks • Assisted living apartments
Adlington Manor
Macclesfield, SK10 4NT
01625 242 744
Marple Dale
Stockport, SK6 6NL
01618 228 051
Prestbury Beaumont
Macclesfield, SK10 4AP
01625 242 743
Arbour Court
Stockport, SK6 7QL
01618 228 050
Feel right at home
with Barchester care homes
If you would like a tour of
one of our homes or just
need some friendly advice,
your local Barchester care
home will be happy to help. www.barchester.com
A choice of elderly
care options in
East Cheshire
We know that personalised care in
a warm and welcoming place, that’s
close to your family and friends is
really important.
That’s why we offer long and short
stay care options in East Cheshire.
What’s more, you don’t need our
health insurance to stay with us.
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To find out more about your elderly
care options in East Cheshire
Call 0333 220 4756†
Look for Newton Court, Greengables,
Brookview, Hazelmere House and
Mount Hall in the listings section.
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You care that your
Mum feels at home.
We care and encouraged
Alice to bring her favourite
chair when she moved in.
Making Care Special in Cheshire
www.fshc.co.uk HEALTH CARE
For excellent care tailored to your specific needs, call
Cypress Court Care Home, 01270 588227
Broad Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 3DH
Rosedale Manor Care Home, 01270 259630
Sherborne Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 4LB
Weston Park Care Home, 01625 613280
Moss Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 7XE
A reliable family run domiciliary company based in
Macclesfield, delivering high quality home care and
personal assistance for over 10 years.
15 minutes to 24 hour care
Tel: 01625 668990
Suite 1a, 11 Market Place, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK10 1EB
www.edencareservicesltd.co.uk
M: 07523 891 021
The aim of Gilly’s Here 4 You is to provide people with care and
support, in their own home and social environment.
Our assistance can range from a few hours a week to several
hours a day.
Services include:
n Personal Care & support n Provision of meals and dietary needs n Assist with medication n Help with general house work & laundry
E: gillyshere4you@gmail.com
Office 6, Brunswick Mill, Pickford Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 6JN
W I N N I E C A R E
friendship,
warmth& security
Ashfields and Genesis Care Homes provide residential care in a unique
home from home environment, free from the worries of modern day
living and offering friendship, warmth and security.
We consider each resident’s well-being and ensure that the care they
receive is of the highest standard.
Should you require a short period of convalescence or simply need a
break we also offer short term respite and holiday breaks.
ASHFIELDS CARE HOME
129 PRESTBURY ROAD
MACCLESFIELD
CHESHIRE SK10 3DA
TEL: 01625 617288
MANAGER: SHARON BANNISTER
GENESIS CARE HOME
197 PETER STREET
MACCLESFIELD
CHESHIRE SK11 8ES
TEL: 01625 508020
MANAGER:AMANDA SARGEANT
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Disley and Poynton
Bringing personal care to your home.....
We are a family - owned Care Quality Commission Domiciliary Care Agency that has served both Disley
and Poynton for over 5 years.
We specialise in providing affordable adult home care and support directly into Clients’ homes in Disley
and Poynton.
We believe the most important judge of our services is our Clients, please read some of their comments
as to the quality of care we provide:
“The care assistants are kind, helpful and professional. My full time carer now has the respite he badly needs and
I am very well taken care of in my own home. I highly recommend this exceptional company.” Mrs H P
“They provide an excellent service, punctual and have never failed to attend. The Office is friendly and efficient and
I get a weekly e-mail showing me the following weeks rota and Mum has one hand delivered to her door so we know
who is on duty” Mrs B D
“Mum was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. However, who do you trust to provide this care and support? Intercare. We
have been truly impressed with the level of care provided, and the help we have received from all of the staff” Mrs H
Please call for a free care assessment visit. If you are unhappy with your current care arrangements we
are able to help get you or your loved ones the care they deserve.
Telephone: 01663 308232 or visit: www.intercareservices.com
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The
Money Carer
Foundation
Money Management for
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We are a not for profit money management service for vulnerable adults who are unable
to manage their own financial affairs.
We work with Cheshire East Council and care organisations to support people who need
everyday money management support. We can become a person’s Attorney (LPA), Deputy or
Appointee depending on their individual needs.
We are here to help & support so please get in touch if we can assist you or a loved one.
The
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Foundation
Money Management for
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t: 0800 083 0626 e: info@moneycarer.org.uk http://moneycarer.org.uk The Heath Business & Technical Park, Runcorn, WA7 4QX
The
Money Carer
Foundation
Money Management for
Vulnerable Adults
We are a not for profit money management service for vulnerable adults who are unable
to manage their own financial affairs.
We work with Cheshire East Council and care organisations to support people who need
everyday money management support. We can become a person’s Attorney (LPA), Deputy or
Appointee depending on their individual needs.
We are here to help & support so please get in touch if we can assist you or a loved one.
The
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t: 0800 083 0626 e: info@moneycarer.org.uk http://moneycarer.org.uk The Heath Business & Technical Park, Runcorn, WA7 4QX
The
Money Carer
Foundation
Money Management for
Vulnerable Adults
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Congleton
Tel: 01260 292850 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
DIRECT HEALTH (CREWE)
Crewe
Tel: 01270 252599 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD
EDEN CARE SERVICES LTD
Macclesfield Advert page 28
Tel: 01625 668990 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD
EUROPEAN WELLCARE LIFESTYLES LTD (CREWE)
Crewe
Tel: 07932 251157 D PD LDA MH SI
EVOLVING CARE LTD
Crewe
Tel: 07867 425661 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD
FAIRFIELD CARE LTD
Altrincham
Tel: 01619 287039 OP D LDA MH YA
FAMILY CARE SOLUTIONS
Stockport
Tel: 01614 395978 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
GILLY’S HERE 4 YOU
Macclesfield Advert page 28
Tel: 07523 891021 OP D PD YA
HEATHER BRAE SUPPORTED LIVING NETWORK
Congleton
Tel: 01260 273093 LDA
HOMECARE 4U CHESHIRE
Crewe
Tel: 01270 749273 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
HOMECARE NORTHWEST
Macclesfield
Tel: 01625 662269 OP D PD LDA SI
HOMECARE NORTHWEST LTD
Crewe
Tel: 01270 270051 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
HOMECARE UK
Macclesfield
Tel: 01625 502171 OP LDA MH
INSAFEHANDS LTD
Nantwich
Tel: 01270 626020 OP D PD LDA MH SI AD
INTERCARE SERVICES
Stockport Advert page 29
Tel: 01663 308232 OP D PD SI YA
JORDANGATE
Macclesfield
Tel: 01625 500166 OP MH YA
JUSTCO LTD T/A HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE
(EAST CHESHIRE)
Chelford
Tel: 01625 860992 OP D PD MH SI AD
KARE PLUS CHESHIRE
Crewe
Tel: 01477 533612 OP PD LDA MH SI
KNUTSFORD SUPPORTED LIVING NETWORK
Knutsford
Tel: 01625 374174 LDA
LADY VERDIN TRUST - PERSONALISED SUPPORT, THE
Crewe Advert inside back cover
Tel: 01270 256700 OP D PD LDA SI YA
LANTERN CARE SERVICES
Crewe
Tel: 07564 319999 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
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APPLECROFT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
48-50 Brunswick Street, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 1QF
Tel: 01260 280336 OP
ARCLID, THE
Newcastle Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 2SN
Tel: 01477 500495 LDA YA
ASHFIELDS CARE HOME
129 Prestbury Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 3DA
Tel: 01625 617288 Advert page 28 OP
BRADWELL COURT
Bradwell Grove, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 3SA
Tel: 01260 281428 OP D PD SI
BRANTWOOD RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
112-114 Congleton Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 1HQ
Tel: 01270 760076 OP
BROOKFIELD HOUSE CARE HOME
Brookfield Park, Shrewbridge, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 7AD
Tel: 01270 624951 OP D
ROSSENDALE HALL
Macclesfield
Tel: 01260 252500 OP PD LDA
SPECIAL PEOPLE NORTH
Alderley Edge
Tel: 01625 583957 PD LDA MH YA
SPIRTIUAL INSPIRATION LTD
Middlewich
Tel: 01606 835574 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
SUSAN BIDWELL CASE MANAGEMENT LTD
Wilmslow
Tel: 07951 711941 OP PD LDA SI YA
ULTIMATE CARE SERVICES LTD
Congleton
Tel: 01260 295879 OP D PD LDA MH YA
VALLEYWOOD CARE LTD
Crewe
Tel: 01270 588864 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
WESTBOURNE CARE HOME, THE
Holmes Chapel
Tel: 01477 535604 OP D PD MH SI YA
WHYNOT IN HOMECARE LTD
Knutsford
Tel: 01565 654966 OP D PD SI YA
WILMSLOW SUPPORTED LIVING NETWORK
Handforth
Tel: 01625 374072 D PD LDA MH SI
MACCLESFIELD SUPPORTED
LIVING NETWORK
Macclesfield
Tel: 01625 378277 LDA
MEADOWSWEET HOME CARE
Knutsford
Tel: 01565 750011 OP D PD SI YA
MEARS CARE - CONGLETON ECHS
Congleton
Tel: 01260 281484 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD
NEXT STEP DOMICILIARY CARE LTD
Macclesfield
Tel: 07967 225043 OP D PD LDA YA
OLD CHAPEL, THE
Macclesfield
Tel: 07980 647114 LDA
PRESTBURY BEAUMONT DCA
Prestbury
Tel: 01625 242743 Advert page 27 OP
REDSHANK SENIOR CARE SERVICES LTD T/A
HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE - SUITE 2
TECHNOLOGY HOUSE
Nantwich
Tel: 01270 611555 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
RICHMOND VILLAGE NANTWICH DCA
Nantwich
Tel: 01270 629080 OP YA
Care home providers
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MH Mental health SI Sensory impairment YA Younger adults AD People who misuse alcohol and drugs
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CARMEL LODGE CARE HOME
London Road, Adlington, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4NJ
Tel: 01625 856790 D
CEDARS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME, THE
Brookfield Drive, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire CW4 7DT
Tel: 01477 532857 OP PD
CHESHIRE EAST SHORT BREAKS
9 Warwick Mews, Warwick Road, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK11 8SW
Tel: 01625 378280 LDA
CONSORT CLOSE - BOLLINGTON
2, 3 and 4 Consort Close, Bollington, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK10 5FB
Tel: 01565 640109 OP PD LDA YA
DYSTLEGH GRANGE
40 Jacksons Edge Road, Disley, Stockport,
Greater Manchester SK12 2JL
Tel: 01663 765237 OP PD
EAST CHESHIRE HOUSING CONSORTIUM
20-22 Nixon Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8DP
Tel: 01625 619146 MH
EAST CHESHIRE HOUSING CONSORTIUM
2 High Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8BU
Tel: 01625 50066 OP MH YA
ELM COTTAGE - MIDDLEWICH
75 Sutton Lane, Middlewich, Cheshire CW10 0DA
Tel: 01565 640109 OP PD LDA YA
ELM HOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
76 Pillory Street, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 5SS
Tel: 01270 624428 OP PD
ELMS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME, THE
Elm Drive, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 4EH
Tel: 01270 584236 OP PD
EMMIE DIXON HOME, THE
149 Richmond Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 4AX
Tel: 01270 581314 PD LDA
GENESIS CARE HOME
197 Peter Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8ES
Tel: 01625 508020 Advert page 28 OP
HAWTHORNS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME, THE
Hawthorn Street, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5EJ
Tel: 01625 527617 OP PD
HELIOSA NURSING HOME
54 Boundary Lane, Congleton,
Cheshire CW12 3JA
Tel: 01260 273351 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
HILLSIDE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
21 Adlington Road, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 2BJ
Tel: 01625 523351 OP
HOLLINS VIEW COMMUNITY SUPPORT CENTRE
Clarke Terrace, Byron Street, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK11 7QD
Tel: 01625 374280 OP
HOPE GREEN RESIDENTIAL HOME
London Road, Adlington, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK10 4NJ
Tel: 01625 871210 OP
INGERSLEY COURT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Lowther Street, Off Church Street, Bollington, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK10 5QA
Tel: 01625 574233 OP PD
INGLEWOOD RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Coppice Lane, Disley, Stockport, Cheshire SK12 2LT
Tel: 01663 762011 OP D
LADY VERDIN TRUST - CLAREMONT, THE
115-117 Valley Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 8LL
Tel: 01270 256700 OP D PD LDA SI YA
Advert inside back cover
LADY VERDIN TRUST - CREWE ROAD, THE
552 Crewe Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 6PP
Tel: 01270 256700 OP D PD LDA SI YA
Advert inside back cover
LADY VERDIN TRUST - WELLSWOOD DRIVE, THE
1 Wellswood Drive, Wistaston, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 6RE
Tel: 01270 256700 OP D PD LDA SI YA
Advert inside back cover
LAURELS CARE HOME, THE
Canal Road, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 3AP
Tel: 01260 278710 OP
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PARKLANDS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Poynton Civic Centre, Park Lane, Poynton,
Cheshire SK12 1RB
Tel: 01625 879215 OP PD
PATHWAYS AND COMMUNITY - WARFORD
Mill Lane, Warford, Alderley Edge,
Cheshire SK9 7UD
Tel: 01565 640177 OP D PD LDA YA
PETUNIA GROVE - MACCLESFIELD
3 Petunia Grove, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 7YY
Tel: 01565 640111 OP LDA YA
PRIMROSE AVENUE - CREWE
30 Primrose Avenue, Haslington, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 5NY
Tel: 01565 640000 OP PD LDA YA
RICHMOND VILLAGE NANTWICH
St Joseph’s Way, London Road, Nantwich,
Cheshire CW5 6LZ
Tel: 01270 629080 OP
STATION ROAD - HOLMES CHAPEL
5 Station Road, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire CW4 7AU
Tel: 01565 640109 OP PD LDA YA
TUNNICLIFFE HOUSE
16 Tunnicliffe Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 1DE
Tel: 01625 617129 LDA MH
TURNPIKE COURT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Middlewich Road, Elworth, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 3EJ
Tel: 01270 762150 OP PD
UPTON GRANGE RESIDENTIAL HOME
214 Prestbury Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4AA
Tel: 01625 829735 OP
WESTBURY DRIVE - MACCLESFIELD
19 Westbury Drive, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8LR
Tel: 01564 640109 OP PD LDA YA
WESTHAVEN
38b-c Westhaven, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 4LJ
Tel: 01260 298157 MH
WOODEAVES RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
9 Park Road, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 7AQ
Tel: 01270 621550 OP D PD
LAVENDER HOUSE RESIDENTIAL HOME
68 Audley Road, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent,
Staffordshire ST7 2QN
Tel: 01270 874696 OP D
LEYCESTER HOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Edenfield Road, Mobberley, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 7HE
Tel: 01565 872496 OP PD
LINCOLN HOUSE COMMUNITY SUPPORT CENTRE
Samuel Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 3WH
Tel: 01270 375341 OP D
LYME GREEN HALL
Lyme Green Settlement, London Road, Macclesfield,
Cheshire SK11 0LD
Tel: 01260 253555 OP D YA
MANOR CARE HOME - MIDDLEWICH
Greendale Drive, Middlewich, Cheshire CW10 0PH
Tel: 01606 833236 OP D
MAYFIELD HOUSE
Mayfield Mews, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 3FZ
Tel: 01270 500414 OP D
MILL LANE - MACCLESFIELD
94-96 Mill Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 7NR
Tel: 01565 640109 OP PD LDA YA
NEW MILTON HOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME
Station Road, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent, Cheshire ST7 2PB
Tel: 01270 874422 OP D PD
ORCADIA
86 Buxton Road, Disley, Stockport,
Greater Manchester SK12 2HE
Tel: 01663 765056 LDA YA
PARK HOUSE CARE HOME
Congleton Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 4SP
Tel: 01270 762259 OP D PD
PARK LANE RESIDENTIAL HOME
7-9 Park Lane, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 3DN
Tel: 01260 290022 OP D
PARK MOUNT CARE HOME
52 Park Mount Drive, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8NT
Tel: 01625 616459 OP
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MH Mental health SI Sensory impairment YA Younger adults AD People who misuse alcohol and drugs
ADLINGTON MANOR
Street Lane, Adlington, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4NT
Tel: 01625 242744 Advert page 27 D
ALSAGER COURT CARE HOME WITH NURSING
Sandbach Road North, Church Lawton, Alsager,
Cheshire ST7 3RG
Tel: 0845 345 5743 OP D PD SI
ASTBURY MERE CARE HOME
Newcastle Road, Astbury, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 4HP
Tel: 01260 296772 Advert outside back cover OP D
AUDLEM COUNTRY NURSING HOME
The Old Grammar School, Audlem, Crewe, Cheshire CW3 0BA
Tel: 01270 811514 OP D MH
BELONG CREWE CARE VILLAGE
Brookhouse Drive, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 6NA
Tel: 01270 561200 OP D PD MH SI
BELONG MACCLESFIELD CARE VILLAGE
Kennedy Avenue, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 3DE
Tel: 01625 508700 OP D PD
BELVEDERE, THE
Horseshoe Lane, Alderley Edge, Stockport,
Greater Manchester SK9 7QP
Tel: 01625 865020 OP D
BROOKVIEW NURSING AND RESIDENTIAL CENTRE
Brook Lane, Alderley Edge, Cheshire SK9 7QG
Tel: 01625 838581 Advert page 27 OP D
BUCKLOW MANOR NURSING HOME
Chester Road, Bucklow Hill, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 6RR
Tel: 01565 830396 OP D
CAVENDISH COURT
Horseshoe Lane, Alderley Edge, Stockport,
Greater Manchester SK9 7QP
Tel: 01625 592830 OP
CEDAR COURT NURSING HOME
Audlem, Cheshire CW3 0HF
Tel: 01270 812049 OP D
CHURCH HOUSE CARE HOME
Coole Lane, Austerson, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 8AB
Tel: 01270 625484 OP
CLARENDON COURT CARE HOME
Beechwood Close, Stapeley, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 7FY
Tel: 01270 621500 OP
CLAYTON MANOR
Rood Hill, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 1YZ
Tel: 01260 299622 Advert page 26 OP D PD SI YA
CLUMBER HOUSE NURSING HOME
81 Dickens Lane, Poynton, Cheshire SK12 1NT
Tel: 01625 879946 OP
CORBROOK COURT NURSING HOME
Corbrook Court, Audlem, Cheshire CW3 0HF
Tel: 01270 812324 OP D PD YA
CYPRESS COURT CARE HOME
Broad Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 3DH
Tel: 01270 588227 Advert page 28 OP
EDEN MANSIONS NURSING HOME
Station Road, Styal, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 4HD
Tel: 01625 524276 OP D MH
GREENGABLES NURSING CENTRE
54 Sandbach Road, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 4LW
Tel: 01260 217587 Advert page 27 OP
HAZELMERE HOUSE NURSING HOME
Pinewood Road, Summerfields, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 2RS
Tel: 01625 839784 Advert page 27 OP PD
HELIOSA NURSING HOME
54 Boundary Lane, Congleton, Cheshire CW12 3JA
Tel: 01260 273351 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA
HIGHFIELD HOUSE NURSING HOME
298 Park Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8AE
Tel: 01625 511519 OP
HILL HOUSE - CARE HOME WITH NURSING PHYSICAL
DISABILITIES
Newcastle Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 1LA
Tel: 01270 762341 PD YA
HOLLINS PARK
Victoria Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 3JA
Tel: 01625 503028 OP D PD LDA MH
HOLLYMERE HOUSE GENERAL NURSING HOME
72 Crewe Road, Haslington, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 5QZ
Tel: 01270 501861 OP
Care home with nursing providers
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MH Mental health SI Sensory impairment YA Younger adults AD People who misuse alcohol and drugs
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HUNTERCOMBE NEURODISABILITY CENTRE –
CREWE, THE
Sherbourne Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 4LB
Tel: 01270 531080 PD MH YA
JACKSON HOUSE
2 Lode Hill Cottages, Altrincham Road, Styal, Wilmslow,
Cheshire SK9 4LH
Tel: 01625 52267 OP D LDA MH SI YA
LAWTON MANOR CARE HOME
Church Lane, Church Lawton, Stoke-on-Trent,
Staffordshire ST7 3DD
Tel: 01270 844200 OP
MINSHULL COURT NURSING HOME
Minshull New Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 3PP
Tel: 01270 257917 D
MOUNT HALL NURSING HOME
Flash Lane, Bollington Cross, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 5AQ
Tel: 01625 839689 Advert page 27 OP
NEWTON COURT NURSING AND RESIDENTIAL HOME
28 St Ann’s Road, Middlewich, Cheshire CW10 9BJ
Tel: 01606 822611 Advert page 27 OP PD
PATHWAYS AND COMMUNITY – WARFORD
Mill Lane, Warford, Alderley Edge, Cheshire SK9 7UD
Tel: 01565 640177 OP D PD LDA YA
PRESTBURY BEAUMONT
Collar House Drive, Prestbury, Macclesfield Cheshire SK10 4AP
Tel: 01625 242743 Advert page 27 OP PD
PRESTBURY HOUSE CARE HOME
West Park Drive, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 3GR
Tel: 01625 506132 Advert outside back cover OP D
PRIMROSE HOUSE NURSING HOME
72 Crewe Road, Haslington, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 5QZ
Tel: 01270 250110 OP D YA
ROSEDALE MANOR CARE HOME
Sherborne Road, Crewe, Cheshire CW1 4LB
Tel: 01270 259630 Advert page 28 OP D PD MH
ROWANS CARE CENTRE
Merriden Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 3AN
Tel: 01625 422284 OP D
SHARSTON HOUSE NURSING HOME
Manor Park South, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 8AQ
Tel: 01565 633022 OP
ST CATHERINES CARE HOME
Barony Road, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 5QZ
Tel: 01270 610881 OP D
ST STEPHENS CARE HOME
St Stephens Court, London Road, Elworth, Sandbach,
Cheshire CW11 4TG
Tel: 01270 759565 OP D
STATION HOUSE
Victoria Avenue, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 7SF
Tel: 01270 250843 OP D PD LDA MH
SUNRISE OF MOBBERLEY
Hall Lane, Mobberley, Knutsford,
Cheshire WA16 7DZ
Tel: 01565 818040 Advert page 26 OP D
TABLEY HOUSE
Tabley Lane, Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 0HB
Tel: 01565 650888 OP D PD MH
WESTBOURNE CARE HOME, THE
Cricketers Way, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire CW4 7EZ
Tel: 01477 535604 OP D PD MH SI YA
WESTON PARK CARE HOME
Moss Lane, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 7XE
Tel: 01625 613280 Advert page 28 OP D
WILLOWS, THE
Warford Park, Faulkners Lane, Mobberley, Cheshire WA16 7AR
Tel: 01565 818420 OP
WOODLANDS
Middlewood Road, Poynton, Stockport, Cheshire SK12 1SH
Tel: 01625 877112 OP
WOODLANDS CARE CENTRE
Woodlands Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK11 8AQ
Tel: 01625 432471 OP D
WRENBURY NURSING HOME
Wrenbury Hall Drive, Wrenbury, Nantwich,
Cheshire CW5 8EJ
Tel: 01270 780114 OP D PD
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Index Advertisers in bold
A
Abbey Services (UK) Ltd 30
Able Living Care Services 30
Ablewell Care 30
Adlington Manor 35
Alice Chilton In-Home Care
Services Ltd 30
All Age Aid 30
Allied Healthcare - Macclesfield 30
Alsager Court Care Home
with Nursing 35
Alternative Futures Group
(Cheshire Branch Office) 30
Always There (Crewe) 30
AMG Nursing and Care
Services - Crewe 30
Applecroft Residential Care Home 32
Arclid, The 32
Ashfields Care Home 32
Astbury Mere Care Home 35
Audlem Country Nursing Home 35
B
Belong at Home Domiciliary
Care Agency - Crewe 30
Belong at Home Domiciliary
Care Agency - Macclesfield 30
Belong Crewe Care Village 35
Belong Macclesfield Care Village 35
Belvedere, The 35
Betamindes Ltd 30
Bluebird Care (Cheshire East)
Domiciliary Care Agency 30
Bradwell Court 32
Brantwood Residential Care Home 32
Bridgewood Homecare Ltd 30
Brookfield House Care Home 32
Brookview Nursing and
Residential Centre 35
Bucklow Manor Nursing Home 35
C
Care at Home - Warford 30
Care Innovations Ltd 30
Care Plus Homecare Services Ltd 30
Caremark (Cheshire North East) 30
Caremark (Cheshire South East) 30
Carmel Lodge Care Home 33
Cavendish Court 35
Cedar Court Nursing Home 35
Cedars Residential Care Home, The 33
Cherish U Ltd 30
Cheshire & Staffordshire
Homecare Ltd 30
Cheshire East Council Domiciliary
Care Service (Macclesfield) 30
Cheshire East Council Domiciliary
Care Service (Sandbach) 30
Cheshire East Homecare t/a Surecare
Cheshire East 30
Cheshire East Short Breaks 33
Cheshire Rural Care 31
Church House Care Home 35
Clarendon Court Care Home 35
Clayton Manor 35
Clumber House Nursing Home 35
Complete Aid Services Ltd 31
Concept Home Care 31
Congleton Supported
Living Network 31
Consort Close - Bollington 33
Corbrook Court Nursing Home 35
Crewe & Nantwich Supported
Living Network 31
Crossroads Care Cheshire East 31
Cypress Court Care Home 35
D
Direct Health (Crewe) 31
Dystlegh Grange 33
E
East Cheshire Housing Consortium
(2 High Street) 33
East Cheshire Housing Consortium
(20-22 Nixon Street) 33
Eden Care Services Ltd 31
Eden Mansions Nursing Home 35
Elm Cottage - Middlewich 33
Elm House Residential Care Home 33
Elms Residential Care Home, The 33
Emmie Dixon Home, The 33
European Wellcare Lifestyles
Limited (Crewe) 31
Evolving Care Ltd 31
F
Fairfield Care Ltd 31
Family Care Solutions 31
G
Genesis Care Home 33
Gilly’s Here 4 You 31
Greengables Nursing Centre 35
H
Hawthorns Residential Care
Home, The 33
Hazelmere House Nursing Home 35
Heather Brae Supported
Living Network 31
Heliosa Nursing Home 33, 35
Highfield House Nursing Home 35
Hill House - Care Home with Nursing
Physical Disabilities 35
Hillside Residential Care Home 33
Hollins Park 35
Hollins View Community
Support Centre 33
Hollymere House General
Nursing Home 35
Homecare 4U Cheshire 31
Homecare Northwest 31
Homecare Northwest Ltd 31
Homecare UK 31
Hope Green Residential Home 33
Huntercombe Neurodisability
Centre – Crewe, The 36
I
Ingersley Court Residential
Care Home 33
Inglewood Residential Care Home 33
InSafeHands Ltd 31
Intercare Services 31
J
Jackson House 36
Jordangate 31
JustCo Ltd t/a Home Instead
Senior Care (East Cheshire) 31
K
KARE PLUS Cheshire 31
Knutsford Supported Living Network 31
L
Lady Verdin Trust -
Claremont, The 33
Lady Verdin Trust -
Crewe Road, The 33
Lady Verdin Trust -
Personalised Support, The 31
Lady Verdin Trust - Wellswood
Drive, The 33
Lantern Care Services 31
Laurels Care Home, The 33
Lavender House Residential Home 34
Lawton Manor Care Home 36
Leycester House Residential
Care Home 34
Lincoln House Community
Support Centre 34
Lyme Green Hall 34
M
Macclesfield Supported
Living Network 32
Manor Care Home - Middlewich 34
Mayfield House 34
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Care Choices Limited does not endorse or support any particular institution included in the Directory. © 2015 Care Choices Limited. Care
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Arbour Court 27
Avery Healthcare 26
Barchester 27
Bupa 27
Care Choices Website 10, 29
Care Select 15
Four Seasons Health Care 28
Helping Hands Home Care
Inside front cover
Marple Dale 27
Money Carer Foundation 29
Porthaven Care Homes
Outside back cover
Sunrise Senior Living 26
Winnie Care 28
Meadowsweet Home Care 32
Mears Care - Congleton ECHS 32
Mill Lane - Macclesfield 34
Minshull Court Nursing Home 36
Mount Hall Nursing Home 36
N
New Milton House Residential
Care Home 34
Newton Court Nursing and
Residential Home 36
Next Step Domiciliary Care Ltd 32
O
Old Chapel, The 32
Orcadia 34
P
Park House Care Home 34
Park Lane Residential Home 34
Park Mount Care Home 34
Parklands Residential Care Home 34
Pathways and Community
- Warford 34, 36
Petunia Grove - Macclesfield 34
Prestbury Beaumont 36
Prestbury Beaumont DCA 32
Prestbury House Care Home 36
Primrose Avenue - Crewe 34
Primrose House Nursing Home 36
R
Redshank Senior Care Services Ltd t/a
Home Instead Senior Care - Suite 2
Technology House 32
Richmond Village Nantwich 34
Richmond Village Nantwich DCA 32
Rosedale Manor Care Home 36
Rossendale Hall 32
Rowans Care Centre 36
S
Sharston House Nursing Home 36
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First for care
The Lady Verdin Trust supports adults and young people
with learning disabilities living in Cheshire. We support
people with all degrees of learning disabilities including
Autistic Spectrum disorders and Asperger’s syndrome,
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and other physical disabilities.
We provide all our clients with the encouragement,
support and opportunity to live independent, fulfilling
lives within their local community.
Our guarantee to you is to provide you with the best
possible service. By developing a knowledgeable,
skilful and motivated team, we ensure an environment
where people with learning disabilities may live valued,
meaningful and fulfilling lives.
We offer a range of interlinking services that can help you
live your life in the way that you want.
Daily Options – a flexible and personal service that
enables you to access facilities in your community.
Living Options – supporting you to live where and how
you wish.
Work Experience & Training – opportunities to gain
confidence and understanding of the workplace.
www.ladyverdintrust.org.uk
01270 256700
Call or visit our team on
The Lady Verdin Trust, 196 Nantwich Road, Crewe, Cheshire, CW2 6BP
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Living with dementia or caring for somebody with dementia at home can be a demanding,
stressful and uncertain time. At LVT Dementia Services we understand that at times we all need
help and support – whether a few hours a day, overnight or a long weekend. Our unique, affordable
and flexible service is delivered by an experienced and highly trained team.
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At Porthaven we are proud to have been described as running the best care
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Our homes are beautifully designed, comfortably stylish and spacious. We
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We understand the business of caring well, offering residential, nursing and
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Newcastle Road, Astbury, Congleton CW12 4HP
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