Warwick Manor

Warwick Manor is a specialist supported living service which has been developed to enable people with learning disabilities to live happy, healthy, safe lives and to achieve their full potential.

WARWICK MANOR, BEDFORD

Warwick Manor currently supports adults from the ages of 18 and over. People are supported with individualised care and support packages to develop a greater level of independence in the safety of an environment, where 24-hour support is available. We have a highly-skilled multi-disciplinary team of professionals, that are experienced in working with individuals who may have complex needs and/or display behaviours that challenge.

Our staff team work using a person-centred approach and positive behaviour support to achieve positive outcomes. This includes promoting wellbeing, community inclusion and independence. The team embraces partnership working and as part of a multi-agency approach to ensure needs and outcomes are met.

Warwick Manor is well placed in the centre of the community in Bedford and is specifically designed for people looking to explore the care pathway to greater levels of independence. The service delivers an intensive supported living model of care to ensure that residents have access to excellent levels of high-

quality care & support with the independence of a supported living scheme. Warwick Manor provides effective, personalised and innovative support that leads to positive outcomes for adults nationally.

Warwick Manor is a large attractive period property which has been fully refurbished in 2018. Each resident has their own well-appointed studio or one bedroomed apartment providing greater independence and the opportunity to develop life skills. The service also offers access to the generous gardens and to a warm communal flat where service users can go if they wish to socialise or need a bit of extra support 24/7.

The home is situated in a leafy residential area of the market town of Bedford close to shops, cafes, restaurants, entertainment and community activities, including swimming, and many of Bedford’s beautiful parks. There are transport links, including a short direct bus route into the centre of Bedford. This ensures service users are able to create positive links with the local and wider community in Bedford.

Warwick Manor,
101 Warwick Avenue
Bedford
MK40 2DH

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Care enquiries: 01234 630 052
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TYPES OF CARE
Glenholme is passionate about delivering safe, individualised care and support to promote independence, choice and inclusion. We work hard to provide the support we would want for our own family members. The team at Hightrees is able to support individuals with diverse needs and we support and care for both local authority and self-funded residents.

    Learning disabilities

    Complex needs

    Physical difficulties

    Autism spectrum conditions

    Social, emotional or communication difficulties

    Mental health conditions

FACILITIES

Wi-fi available

En-suite rooms

Step-free access

Communal lounge

On-site

Communal lounge

Communal kitchen

Generous garden

24-hour support

Accessibility

Step-free access on ground floor

Disability-friendly

Disability confidence training

Accommodation

One-bed studio rooms

Personal kitchen facilities

Ensuite bathrooms

OUR TEAM

Shakespeare House supported living facility hosts a team of care professionals as well as our excellent cleaning and maintenance staff. They are led by our home manager and supported by the wider Glenholme Healthcare Group.

Jaine Hale

Jaine Hale

Registered Service Manager

Jaine has 23 years of management experience working in supported living settings and 32 years of experience working within the care industry. Jaine’s experience includes working with adults with a dual diagnosis and a forensic history. Jaine has been a registered manager previously for multiple sites, has a City and Guilds in foundation management for care, and a QCF Level 3 Education & Training.

The people I support inspire me on a daily basis, My passion for working in this industry grows stronger every day, I work with a team of staff who strive daily to enhance the lives of the people we support.

Jaine and her staff team have undergone extensive checks prior to employment to ensure that they have the skills and qualities we require when working with vulnerable people. They are trained in health & safety, basic first aid, abuse awareness (safeguarding), administering medicine, infection control and the care certificate as well as other bespoke training as required.

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LIFE WITH GLENHOLME

Before making the final decision to move into our Glenholme facility, potential residents will be encouraged to spend time there to ensure it is the best place for them. A comprehensive pre-admission assessment will be completed which will concentrate on the persons’ needs and wishes.

Individualised Support

Glenholme is fully committed to providing Person-Centred Care to ensure that individuals are at the centre of all decisions around their lives.

Positive Behavioural Support

The Positive Behavioural Support model underpins our commitment to delivering truly individualised support for people whose behaviour may challenge.

Complete Support for Daily Life

At Glenholme, we are able to provide a continuum of support for an individual’s ever-evolving needs and aspirations through all stages of life.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US

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