Please have a look at our Spring Menus for Conewood Manor. We have a Four Seasons menu plans at Conewood Manor. Please keep an eye out for our Summer menus starting on the 1st July. The feedback from the resident’s questionnaire was very positive for the food that we are providing. Click Here
We have three exercise sessions per week to try to enhance/maintain the physical well being of our residents. We also have a nursery group visiting the home twice a week, which the children and residents adore. They play, sing, eat biscuits, and read together. This has become one of our highlights of the week.
We have Friendship Dogs which visit every week and visit every resident, even if they are in their room. They are grey hound dogs and are extremely gentle and soothing for the residents to spend time with.
We have lots of musical entertainers coming into the home. We also have a brand new white piano now for residents, visiting musicians and family members to play.
We are having a Garden Party with live music to mark Dementia Action Week on May 21st, we are inviting our children’s nursery that the residents see twice a week, hence why it is midweek.
There are lots of wonderful activities being planned every day by our dedicated activity team.
Conewood Manor Care Champions
Several members of Conewood Manor staff have had extensive training in specialist areas and act as "champions" for the whole home, training and developing other members of staff in their respective areas, and supporting best practice. The champions are:
NCT Mum’s and Children’s Day
Two generations came together at Conewood Manor when National Childbirth Trust mums and their children visited residents. Read Article Here.
The Conewood Manor BBQ
We hosted a summer garden party for residents, their families and staff in August. The turnout was excellent and there was music, entertainers and a great selection of food. Nick Meyer was as usual running the barbeque. Thanks to everyone that turned out.
Here are some recent testimonials:
Many of our residents and families are kind enough to write to us to thank us for the care we have provided. Here is a selection of recent letters we have received.
“If I could just thank you and all your staff for looking after my mum and making her feel so welcome at her last stay with you, she came home full of lovely stories from her stay and how she had made many friends, I was worrying she wouldn't feel comfy with you as she is so used to being in the family home and environment but how wrong was I. LOL!” DS
“I genuinely can’t thank you and your team enough for everything they have done and do for my nan, the level of care and the way she has been treated has been fantastic. I know nan can be difficult at times but the nurses and carers have displayed real empathy and caring and I appreciate it. Having someone you care about going through dementia is so hard but your team have really helped myself and my family.
I must also say that Charlotte has been outstanding, her genuine care and commitment to the people residing at Conewood really does show through, and she goes the extra mile. She is a great asset to you and again I can’t thank her enough for the care and time she has spent with my nan.” SB
“One often hears tales of care homes that are negative. Yours is a shining light of how such an organisation should be run.” MS
“I am sure you are very proud of your managers and team; a perfect example of how a home should be managed.” MC
“To you all, can’t think of a more comfortable home from home for your residents. You are all to be congratulated.“ IS