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Care home directory and guide January 2013

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Walton Manor Ltd.

Elegant & Informal Residential Care

187 Shay Lane, Walton, Wakefield WF2 6NW

Tel: 01924 249777 www.waltonmanor.co.uk

Highest Government inspection rated “Excellent” in Care and Provision Fully C.Q.C. compliant Committed to the delivery of care excellence

At Orchard Care Homes we provide high quality facilities based on the latest research into care for elderly people. Each of our rooms have their own personal en-suite facilities. We offer a variety of lounges which provide a homely feel and wider corridors allow wheelchair users to get around easily. The gardens include walkways and garden furniture for sunny days. Great care is more than just modern facilities; at Orchard we have a motivated team dedicated to making our residents feel happy and at home, we have developed a range of activities and therapies and take an active role in the community. We welcome enquiries whether you are private or local authority funded, and are looking for permanent or short stay care.

•B  ywater Hall Lodge, 1 Leeds Road, Allerton Bywater WF10 2DY Residential and Dementia care

•P  riestley, Market Street, Birstall WF17 9EN Residential care

•N  esfield Lodge, 45 Nesfield Road, Belle Isle, Leeds LS10 3LG Residential Dementia care

•T  he Sycamores, Norton Road, Wakefield WF1 3PB Residential care

•L ofthouse Grange and Lodge, 340 Leeds Rd, Lofthouse WF3 3QQ Residential and Dementia care


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....................................................................................................................................Page Introduction..................................................................................................................5 Helping you to stay independent...................................................................................6 Self Directed Support....................................................................................................8 What is a Care Home?..................................................................................................8 How do I know which care home to choose?................................................................8 How do I get an assessment of my care needs?...........................................................8 Once I have been assessed as needing residential care, how much do I have to pay?..........................................................................................................10 Can someone help me to choose?................................................................................10 Who monitors the care I receive?.................................................................................10 What if I have a complaint?..........................................................................................11 Checklist for choosing a Care Home.............................................................................12 List of Care Homes.......................................................................................................13

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This guide has been produced to help you in selecting a Care Home and it contains: • Information and advice about what you need to consider when choosing a home and • Provides a list of homes available within the Wakefield District. We have tried to answer as many questions as possible and also tell you about what other services may be available to you that you may not be aware of. We hope that you find this information useful and if you can think of ways we can improve this guide please let us know. In reading this guide, please note that: • The information given was correct at the time of printing. • Inclusion in the guide is not in any way a recommendation of any particular home or agency by Wakefield District Council. • The guide only includes Care Homes that have entered into a contractual agreement with Wakefield District Council Family Services. For homes located outside the boundaries of Wakefield District, information on these can be obtained from the Care Quality Commission, or by contacting the relevant local authority. A section on useful numbers that you may need can be found at the back.

Vicarage Court Care Home Care, Comfort & Companionship

A premier care home providing the finest care for elderly residents and EMI. Front view

• Established 30 years. • Highest Rating - “EXCELLENT” by Care Quality Commission. • Care Manager with 26 years experience who lives on site 24 hours a day. • Purpose built home with beautiful large 2 acre garden, set in beautiful English countryside. • Majority of staff have worked here for 11 years+. All staff are NVQ trained. Senior staff are NVQ level 5. • New wing open with 9 luxury lounges, 11 self- contained apartments, 40 luxury bedrooms, spa bath and state-of-theart facilities. • 5 star hygiene rating by WMDC. • Flat screen HD TVs and portable computers in all rooms with free wi-fi access.

• Families welcome 24 hours a day. • Activities everyday for residents. Regular parties and entertainers. • Quality food from a chef with 15 years experience. All diets catered for. • Physiotherapy, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Reiki & Massage available onsite. • A warm, homely, caring yet fun atmosphere to enjoy. • Regular visits by GP, district nurses, dentist, opticians, etc. • Day Care available from 8am - 10pm everyday, from £40 per day • Respite care from £402 per week

For more information & testimonials, please visit our website: www.thevicaragecourt.com Contact Care Manager Jean Chilton on 01977 708368 or email: js@calsacare.co.uk

Rear garden

VICARAGE GARDENS, NORTH FEATHERSTONE, PONTEFRACT, WEST YORKSHIRE WF7 6NH

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Helping you to stay independent Wakefield Council’s Family Services, and the NHS are working closely together to provide advice, services and support to help people stay independent. There are many different services available that may help you to stay independent or become more independent which may mean that you do not need to go in a care home. These include: • Home Care services – personal assistance at home with washing, bathing, using the toilet, dressing and undressing, getting up and going to bed, laundry, shopping etc. You can expect that the person who comes to your home to help you with your personal care will be trained to do these tasks. You will be asked how you would prefer to be helped with very personal matters and your wishes will be noted and respected. • Rapid response service provision in a crisis – This is a temporary service for around six weeks where a higher level of home care and support will be delivered to you to allow you to recover from a temporary illness. • Day care and day time activities – Here you will receive a meal and be able to socialise or carry out activities away from your home. • Short break provision and respite care – This service allows the person who would normally take care of you a chance to have a break from their caring role. • Provision of meals at home – The Community Meals Service can provide you with fresh and frozen meals delivered to your door seven days a week. • Rehabilitation services - includes services called ‘intermediate care services’ which helps to support people when they leave hospital and help to prevent inappropriate hospital or long stay admissions. • Equipment or adaptations to your home - If you need your home altering to make it easier for you to manage daily tasks and personal care we may be able to help. Our Occupational Therapists can visit you to carry out an assessment of your needs and discuss with you ways to meet those needs by the use of specially adapted equipment.

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• Care Link Emergency Alarm System - Care Link is an emergency alarm system that provides peace of mind and promotes independence for anyone living in Wakefield. Care Link has a range of community alarms and equipment that can help you keep your independence and stay in your own home. • Community health services, support from District Nurses, Community Psychiatric Nurses, your GP, etc. • Sheltered Housing and Extra Care Sheltered Housing services – These consist of a group of homes that have been specially designed with the needs of older people in mind. A sheltered scheme may be a group of flats or bungalows, or sometimes a mixture of both. Every flat or bungalow has modern facilities and is smaller and easier to maintain than normal housing. In sheltered housing you will also have the reassurance of knowing that the Scheme Manager is on hand in an emergency. All sheltered schemes have a communal lounge and social activities organised by the Scheme Manager. You can join in the activities or enjoy the company of friends in the communal lounge - and of course you can retreat to the privacy of your own flat or bungalow whenever you wish. • Community transport/bus passes/car badges – This allows you the opportunity to get out of your home and to go shopping or visit a friend. (Please note that this is not a complete list of services available). Services may be provided directly by Wakefield Council’s Family Services, Housing, local NHS services or by an independent organisation under contractual agreement. There may also be a charge for some of these services but you will always be informed how much you will have to pay on your assessment. To see if you qualify for any of these you will need an assessment of your care needs. If you think any of these services may help you please contact Social Care Direct on telephone number 0845 8503503.


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Moving into a care home? For care fees advice call 0800 998833

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Self Directed Support Self-Directed Support is a new system of social care. It enables people to be in control of their own lives by giving more choice, control and independence about how support is organised. Self-Directed Support is for anyone who gets help that is paid for by the Council. Self- Directed Support will be explained and offered following an assessment of needs. Following an assessment, you will be allocated a Personal Budget based on your needs. If you would like to request an assessment, contact Social Care Direct on 0845 8 503 503.

What is a Care Home? A care home can be a residential or nursing home or both. These homes can provide the personal help that people need 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Nursing homes also employ nurses to look after people’s medical needs. Some homes cater for people with different needs, for example older people over 65, people with dementia, older and younger people with physical disabilities and people with learning disabilities.

How do I know which home to choose? The best way to choose a home is to go and have a look round and talk to the people who live there. A list of homes that Wakefield Council Family Services contracts with and the different needs they cater for is at the back of this directory. You are welcome to arrange to visit them. We have included a checklist that you can use when you visit the homes. It outlines the sort of things you should be looking for and the questions that you might ask. All homes are inspected every year by the Care Quality Commission to make sure that they provide the care that people need. When you visit a home ask to see their annual inspection report. However, before you start to do this, you or the person you care for needs to have been assessed as needing to move into a care home.

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How do I get an assessment of my care needs? If you think you or someone you care for needs care in a Care Home you can contact Family Services for help. You can do this by telephoning Social Care Direct which is the first point of contact for all Social Care Services on telephone number 0845 8503503. If you or the person you care for are in hospital, ask to see the Hospital Social Work Team. A Social Worker or Care Co-ordinator will arrange a visit to discuss your situation and possible care needs. With your help and the person who cares for you, an assessment of needs will be carried out. This will determine exactly what your care needs are, set against criteria, called eligibility criteria which Family Services has established. This criteria is not the same for the NHS and they will use their own criteria when they carry out a nursing care assessment. A number of professionals could be involved in your assessment for example, social worker, nurse, doctor, physiotherapist, housing worker or occupational therapist. Your carer or family can be there if you want. Within Wakefield, all organisations are working together to develop a single process for assessments. These different organisations will often need the same information about you. Allowing the different agencies that provide care to share information will also help you, because you will not have to repeat the same information many times to different people. Any information you give, and decisions made about your care will be accurately recorded and you have a right to both see what it says and say who can read it. If you do not meet the Council’s Family Services criteria we would tell you where else you might go for help. Social Care Direct is a dedicated social work telephone service who will be your first point of contact if you think that you may need social care services. Social Care Direct deals with new requests for social care services within the Wakefield District. Tel No 0845 8503503


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Once I have been assessed as needing residential care, how much do I have to pay? There are rules and regulations with regard to how much you will have to pay towards the cost of your care. The amount will be based on how much money you have coming in each week and any property or savings you may have. With your help the Council will work out and inform you of how much you will need to pay. Your Social Worker or Care Co-ordinator will arrange for an Assessment Advisor to complete a ‘Statement of Financial Circumstances’ form to help calculate the amount. If you own property or land, we will tell you about the ‘Council’s Deferred Payments Scheme’ and how this affects the amount you will have to pay and how the cost of your care may be secured against your property or land until it is sold. If the cost of living in the home you choose is more than the allowance the Council in your circumstances would normally pay towards your care, then your relative or another person will be required to pay the additional amount. Where the Council feels that someone has given away an asset (e.g. cash, savings, or property) with the intention of paying less towards their care costs, the Council will treat that person as still having that asset when working out what they must pay towards their care. If you also need nursing care you will be given additional information by your local NHS about the payment of these costs. You are allowed to keep a small amount of your weekly income to pay for your personal requirements, such as magazines, hairdressers, etc. This is known as your personal allowance and is a specific amount set by the Department of Health in April of each year. You will be given details of the current rate at your assessment. For more information please also see the Council’s leaflet ‘Guide to Entering a Care Home’ and ‘Paying for Services’.

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Can someone help me to choose? You are free to choose any Care Home that will meet your assessed needs. Alternatively, you can ask the Council to make a decision on your behalf. As this is a very important decision to make, you should not feel rushed, take time and discuss it with the important people in your life before making your choice.

Who monitors the care I receive? The Council has entered into contractual arrangements with Care Homes within the Wakefield District and with certain Care Homes within neighbouring Council’s areas. This contract sets out the principles and standards upon which the provision of care is to be based. After six weeks in the Care Home your Social Worker or Care Co-ordinator will carry out a review of your care, your family or the person who was caring for you can be involved if you wish. Following this, your care needs will then be reviewed after six months and annually thereafter. If you are receiving nursing care, a nursing review will be carried out by a NHS Registered Nurse after you have been in the Care Home for twelve weeks. Thereafter you will have a nursing review on an annual basis. If your care needs change at any time then either you or the Homeowner can contact a Social Worker or a Care Co-ordinator to arrange a reassessment of your needs. If, following reassessment, it is decided that you need registered nursing care you may have to move to another Care Home where nursing care can be provided unless your Care Home is registered to provide nursing care. The Care Quality Commission normally inspects Homes twice a year to ensure that they have passed certain standards. A summary of the inspection reports of the Care Homes within Wakefield can be found on the Care Quality Commission Internet web site. Also you can ask for a copy from the Care Home.


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If you have a complaint about the service provided by the Council you should contact the Complaints and Representations Manager in Family Services on 01924 302840. If you have a complaint about a Care Home and you do not wish to discuss it with the Homeowner, you should contact the Contracts Section in Family Services or your local office of the Care Quality Commission. You should contact the relevant Primary Care Trust’s Patient Advisory and Liaison Service if you have a complaint about the nursing care that you receive. All the relevant addresses and telephone numbers can be found at the end of this guide.

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Checklist for Choosing a Care Home A suggested list of questions to ask and things to look for when choosing a care home Section 1: Transport, Fees and Conditions 1.1 Will your family and friends find the home easy to get to? 1.2 How much are the fees? 1.3 Can you have a short stay in the home to see if you like it? 1.4 Will you be given a written statement of what the home will do for you if you live there?

Yes / No £ Yes / No Yes / No

Section 2: Accommodation 2.1 Are there communal sitting rooms both with and without TV? 2.2 Do you like the furniture and decoration of the home? 2.3 Is there a separate dining room? 2.4 Are doors and corridors wide enough for wheelchairs, right through the home and to the outside? 2.5 Are handrails provided in hallways, corridors and stairs? 2.6 Is a lift or stair lift provided to the upper floors? Could you use it? 2.7 Are the bathrooms near to the rooms? 2.8 Are the bathrooms adapted to help people in and out of the bath? 2.9 Will you have to share a bedroom? 2.10 Are there both showers and baths available for you to choose from? 2.11 Is the call-bell system easy for you to use whenever you might need it? 2.12 Do all residents have a bedside light that is easy to use? 2.13 Can you adjust the heating in the bedroom easily? 2.14 Can you open the window if you want to?

Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No

Section 3: Catering 3.1 What are the mealtimes? ❏ Breakfast ❏ Lunch / Dinner ❏ Dinner / Tea 3.2 What happens if you want a meal, a drink or a snack at another time? 3.3 How wide is the choice of menu at each meal? ❏ Set meal ❏ Choice of two meals ❏ Choice of three meals ❏ More than three choices 3.4 Do you like the meals that are on offer? Yes / No Section 4: Visitors 4.1 Are your visitors provided with a drink? 4.2 Are your visitors welcome to join you for a meal? Section 5: Daily Living 5.1 Can you choose when you get up and when you go to bed each day? 5.2 What are the variety of activities and outings offered each week? 5.3 Is the home equipped for people who cannot see or hear very well, for example with loop systems and good lighting? 5.4 Do the residents appear active, sociable and happy? 5.5 Will the home charge extra for accompanied visits to the doctor or the hospital? 5.6 Are the laundry and room cleaning arrangements to your liking? 5.7 Are there smoking and non-smoking areas? Section 6: Staff 6.1 Are the staff clean, tidy, cheerful and helpful? 6.2 Do people such as chiropodists, hairdressers, opticians and dentists visit the home regularly? 6.3 Is there a resident’s committee which meets regularly? 6.4 Is there a resident’s notice board with up-to-date and interesting information on it?

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Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No


List of Care Homes

Wakefield MDC Area

This list only includes Care Homes that have entered into a contractual agreement with Wakefield District Council Family Services. For homes located outside the boundaries of Wakefield District, information on these can be obtained from the Care Quality Commission or by contacting the relevant Council where they are located. The homes are listed by the town, city or village that they are located in and include the age and category of care they are able to support. We have also included a list of homes that are located on the boundary with Wakefield.

Name, Address & Contact Castleford Breadalbane 2 Park Avenue, Castleford, WF10 4JT Jacinto Fernandes Brookfield, 4 Brookfield Avenue, Castleford, WF10 4BJ – Claire Barker Cymar House 113 Pontefract Road, Glasshoughton, Castleford, WF10 4BW – Jillian Gill Fairburn Chase Wheldon Road, Castleford, WF10 2PY Andrea Goacher Langtree Park Oxford Street, Castleford, WF10 5DF – Heather McGrath Manor Park Care Home Leeds Road, Cutsyke, Castleford, WF10 5HA Amanda Bennet Newbrook, 14 Carlton Avenue, Castleford, WF10 4BZ – Claire Barker Newfield Lodge Brookfield Avenue, Castleford, WF10 4BJ Jennie Wright Rosedene, 98 Churchfield Lane, Castleford, WF10 4DB – Kim Rae The Beeches 59 Ferrybridge Road, Castleford, WF10 4JW Roy Langer

Telephone

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

01977 518794 Care Home

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Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years

01977 559229 Care Home

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Learning Disability

01977 552018 Care Home

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Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years

01977 559703 Care Home with Nursing

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01977 668448 Care Home with Nursing

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Old Age, Terminally ill, Sensory Impairment, Mental Disorder, Physical Disability Over Pension Age, Physical Disability Under Pension Age Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years

01977 604242 Care Home with Nursing

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01977 559233 Care Home

3

01977 524267 Care Home

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Old Age and Dementia

019214 383388

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Learning Disability

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Old Age, Dementia, Physical Disability

Care Home

01977 517685 Care Home with Nursing

Old Age, Terminally Ill, Sensory Impairment, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65years, Physical Disability over 65 years Learning Disabilities and Mental Disorder

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Stella House & Millfields

Residential person centred care for the elderly.

STELLA HOUSE Cobblers Lane, Pontefract Tel: 01977 600247 www.stellahousecarehome.co.uk MILLFIELDS Mill Lane, Nevison Tel: 01977 690606 www.millfieldscarehome.co.uk

Shared Lives

While we have taken every care in compiling this booklet, the publishers and promoters cannot accept responsibility for any inaccuracies. Inclusion of any advertisement in no way endorses the services or products sold.

Do you want to stay with an ordinary family in an ordinary family home? With Shared Lives you can live with an ordinary family permanently or you can have short breaks with an ordinary family.

Our families will aim to give you choice, independence, ordinary life opportunities and the right to take risks and to be listened to. Contact us on 01924 302681 or go to www.wakefield.gov.uk

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We will try and find the right family for you and ensure you are treated with respect and dignity.

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❚ Residential and Dementia Care, Respite and Day Care ❚ Single and double rooms for people who want to share or married couples ❚ Telephone, TV, DAB radio, Internet and Sky points in each room

Tel: 01924 404122 Fax: 01924 409938 Directors: David and Gillian Bolland


Did you know that you can have the convenience of ready prepared meals delivered to your door? We supply a wide range of complete dishes to you at home either hot or frozen. You can choose from a wide range of meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian meals from our varied menu all served with a selection of vegetables and potatoes. We also have hot and cold desserts. The range also caters for special requirements such as diabetic, soft pureed and gluten free meals. We can also offer halal, kosher, AfroCaribbean or vegan meals

BRANTWOOD HALL -

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Tel: 01924 364718

For further information, advice and a free colour brochure telephone:

A warm and friendly home where the care reflects the needs of the residents.

01977 696840

Our highly trained staff are able to support residents with many varied disabilities including a diagnosed dementia. Long & short stay. Day care.

10-14 NORTH AVE, WAKEFIELD WF1 3RX

Woodlands Residential Home

Woodlands has earned an excellent reputation as the areas longest established provider of quality care and comfort for elderly and disabled clients. Married Couples welcome with accommodation suitable to offer some level of independence. Woodlands can offer long term, respite and day care within the beautiful, tranquil, rural setting of Woolley Moor.

6 Weavers Road, Pontefract,WF8 1QR Tel/Fax: 01977 704068

2 2 beds - all single on two floors with passenger lift to first floor ■ 2 large comfortable lounges ■ Attractive, spacious dining room ■  Pleasant private gardens (opportunities for growing, planting and potting for the discerning gardener) ■ Comprehensive activity calendar, including monthly excursions ■

Our team of fully trained carers will welcome you into our home from home. Here you will receive the warmth, care and compassion from our dedicated staff as though you were their own family.

AT OAKFOSS HOUSE WE ARE VERY PROUD OF OUR VERY LOW STAFF TURNOVER - ENSURING CONTINUITY OF EXCELLENT CARE ACCREDITED WITH INVESTORS IN PEOPLE MAY 2012

Woolley Low Moor Lane, Woolley, Wakefield WF4 2LN Tel: 01924 830234 Email: woodlandsofwoolley@yahoo.co.uk www.woodlandsofwoolley.co.uk

Why not come over and see for yourself what a wonderful time our family here enjoy? You are welcome anytime, no appointments necessary.

Tel: 01977 704068


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Telephone

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

01977 792433

Care Home

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Learning Disability

The Coppice Tall Trees Drive, Featherstone, Pontefract, WF7 6BP Mrs J Mitchell

01977 790729

Care Home

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Old Age

Vicarage Court (Formerly The Old Vicarage) Vicarage Gardens, Featherstone, Pontefract, WF7 6NH Jean Chilton

01977 708368

Care Home

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Whiteley House 5 Whiteley Street, Featherstone, Pontefract, WF7 6BH Ann Mangham

01977 695425

Care Home

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Old Age, Dementia, Terminally Ill, Sensory Impairment, Mental Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Physical Disability all over 65 years Mental Disorder

01977 617374

Care Home with Nursing

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Mount Avenue 1 Mount Avenue, Hemsworth, Pontefract, WF9 4QE Christine Gatley

01977 616809 615994

Care Home

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Roop Cottage Nursing Home Wakefield Road, Fitzwilliam, Pontefract, WF9 5AN Mrs Anne Egley

01977 610918

Care Home with Nursing

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Victoria House 2 Nostell Lane, Ryhill, Wakefield, WF4 2DB Mrs T Rowley

01226 727179

Care Home with Nursing

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Featherstone Lyndale 60 Green Lane, Featherstone, Pontefract, WF7 6JX Mr Jim Hunt

Hemsworth Hemsworth Park Care Centre Wakefield Road, Kinsley, Pontefract, WF9 5EA Sheena Matthews

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Old Age, Physical Disability, Physical Disability over 65 years, Terminal Illness over 65 years, Terminal Illness, Dementia, Dementia over 65 years Learning Disability

Old Age, Dementia, Terminally Ill, Sensory Impairment, Learning Disabilities, Physical Disability over 65 & under 65 Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Terminal Illness over 65 years, Physical Disabilities over 65


List of Care Homes Name, Address & Contact

Wakefield MDC Area

Telephone

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

01924 262420

Care Home

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01924 272159

Care Home

35

01924 275143

Care Home

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Old Age, Physical Disability over 65 years, Dementia Over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder

01977 673233

Care Home with Nursing

60

01977 677955

Care Home

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01924 891144

Care Home with Nursing

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Carlton Lodge 01924 223652 28 Carlton Street, Normanton, Wakefield, WF6 2EH – Donna Carroll Haven Lodge 01924 220013 Wakefield Road, Normanton, WF6 1BP – Joanne Cartwright The Chestnuts 01924 220019 72 Church Road, Altofts, Normanton, WF6 2QG – Mrs Anne Bradley

Care Home

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Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years Learning Disability

Care Home Only

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Old Age & Dementia

Care Home with Nursing

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The Croft 17 Snydale Road, Normanton, Wakefield, WF6 1NT Mark Hague

Care Home

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Old Age, Terminal illness, Sensory Impairment, over 65 years, Physical Disability under 65 Old Age, Dementia Over 65 years, Sensory Impairment, Physical Difficulties over 65 and Mental Disorder over 65 years

Horbury Elm Lodge Residential Home Cluntergate, Horbury, Wakefield, WF4 5DB Amanda Machin Inwood House 142 Wakefield Road, Horbury, Wakefield, WF4 5HG Deborah Nightingale

Jenkin House 68-70 Jenkin Road, Horbury, Wakefield, WF4 6DT Glenys Rhodes Knottingley Riverside Court The Croft, Knottingley, WF11 9EP Pauline Downs The Manse Ropewalk, Knottingley, WF11 9AL Debbie Milton Normanton Attlee Court Attlee Street, Normanton, Wakefield, WF6 1DL Julia Todd

01924 223453

Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years

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Telephone

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

01924 273372

Care Home with Nursing

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01924 271403

Carer Home

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Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Old Age can accommodate 1 x male person under 65 DE Physical Disability under 65 years

01977 702635

Care Home

25

Old Age

01977 780278

Care Home

12

Learning Disability, Learning Disability over 65 years

01977 797235

Care Home

3

Learning Disability

2 Hill Close Pontefract, WF8 2SF – Mr J Hunt

01977 702343

Care Home

3

Learning Disability

Hillcrest 35 Carleton Road, Pontefract, WF8 3ND – Lynn Binns Millfields Residential Home Mill Lane, Nevison, Pontefract, WF8 2LS Nicky Silvester Oakfoss House Weavers Road, Pontefract, WF8 1QR Nicola Proctor Acting Manager Peppercorns 1st Paul’s Close, Upton, Pontefract, WF9 2JX – Elaine Gaskell

01977 702343

Care Home

20

Learning Disability

01977 690606

Care Home

38

01977 704068

Care Home

22

Old Age, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years, Dementia Over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years

01977 650011

Care Home

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Learning Disabilities and Physical Disabilities

01977 602111

Care Home with Nursing

72

Old Age , Terminal Illness, Terminal Illness over 65 years, Dementia over 65 years

Ossett Croft House 52A High Street, Gawthorpe, Ossett, WF5 9RL Michelle Kimber Deputy Manager

York House New Street, Ossett, WF5 8BW – Helen Holt Pontefract Carleton Court 108 Carleton Road, Carleton, Pontefract, WF8 3NQ Rodney Walker Eden Place Pontefract Road, Ackworth, Pontefract, WF7 7EE Rita Jackson 1 Hill Close Pontefract, WF8 2SF – Mr J Hunt

Priory Gardens Ladybalk Lane, Pontefract, WF8 1JQ Trish Blenkinsopp

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List of Care Homes Name, Address & Contact Pontefract Snydale Nursing Home New Road, Old Snydale, Pontefract, WF7 6HD Tracy Miller Stella House Cobbler's Lane, Pontefract, WF8 2SS Sara Fieldhouse Stockingate Nursing Home 61 Stockingate, South Kirkby, South Kirkby, Pontefract, WF9 3QX Mbango Whittaker The Laurels Residential Home Bull Lane, South Kirkby, Pontefract, WF9 3QD Jessie Stringer Willow Park Care Home Baghill Lane, Pontefract, WF8 2HB Pat Green South Elmsall Cartref Residential Care Home 1a Church Mount, South Kirkby, Pontefract, WF9 3QT Joy Hall Cherry Tree House 1 Vickers Avenue, South Elmsall, Pontefract, WF9 2LL Janet Varga Springfields 5 Clayton View, South Kirkby, Pontefract, WF9 3RE Lorraine Kingston Warde Aldam Christian Nursing Home Westfield Lane, South Elmsall, Pontefract, WF9 2JX Maureen McKechnie

Wakefield MDC Area

Telephone

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

01924 895517

Care Home with Nursing

52

01977 600247

Care Home

41

Old Age, Terminally Ill, Physical Disability over 65, Dementia, Mental Disorder Old Age, Dementia, Mental Disorder, Physical Disability

01977 648683

Care Home with Nursing

25

Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years

01977 640721

Care Home

28

Old Age

01977 877680

Care Home with Nursing

64

Old Age, Dementia, Mental Disorder, Physical Disability, Sensory Impairment, Terminally Ill

01977 643592

Care Home

6

Learning Disability

01977 609884

Care Home

6

Learning Disability

01977 647932

Care Home

6

Mental Disorder

01977 643697

Care Home with Nursing

60

Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability, Physical Disability over 65 years

19


List of Care Homes Name, Address & Contact

Telephone

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

01924 255540

Care Home

30

Dementia, Old Age, Mental Disorder, Physical Disability

01924 828997

Care Home

22

Old Age, Dementia and Mental Disorder

01924 364718

Care Home

60

Broxbourne House 57 Barnsley Road, Wakefield, WF1 5LE Marissa Jardenico Carr Gate Nursing Home Lawns Lane, Carr Gate, Wakefield, WF2 0QX Julie Banks

01924 370004

Care Home

21

01924 828105

Care Home with Nursing

65

Castle Mount Residential Home 54 Manygates Lane, Sandal, Wakefield, WF2 7DG Julie Satari Earls Lodge Care Home Queen Elizabeth Road, Wakefield WF1 4AA – Tracy O'Hagan Gateholme Old Bradford Road, Carr Gate, Wakefield, WF2 0QW Julie Exley Goodwins Residential Care Home 31 Bromley Mount, Wakefield, WF1 5LB Penelope Saltmer Snapethorpe Hall Snapethorpe Gate, Lupset, Wakefield, WF2 8AY Lesley Dolan

01924 251127

Care Home

15

Old Age, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Physical Disabilities over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disabilities over 65 years Old Age

01924 372005

Care Home with Nursing

50

Old Age

01924 880918

Care Home

50

Learning Disabilities under 65 years

01924 299678

Care Home

2

Old Age and Dementia

01924 332488

Care Home with Nursing

62

Old Age, Dementia

Wakefield Ashgrove House 116 Manygates Lane, Wakefield, WF2 7DP Julie Thompson Belevedere Lodge 667 Leeds Road, Outwood, Wakefield, WF1 2LU Angela Riley Brantwood Hall Care Complex 10-14 North Avenue, Wakefield, WF1 3RX Dawn Wood

20

Wakefield MDC Area

www.wakefield.gov.uk


List of Care Homes Name, Address & Contact

Type of Home

Beds

Needs Catered

Care Home

5

Learning Disabilities under 65 years

01924 386004

Care Home

38

01924 364462

Care Home

29

The Lawrence, 316-318 Bradford Road, Wrenthorpe, Wakefield, WF2 0QH – Julie Exley The Sycamores Norton Road, Wakefield, WF1 3QB Samantha Richards Thomas House, 70 - 72 Grove Park, Calder Grove, Wakefield, WF4 3BZ Katherine Barrick Walton Manor, Shay Lane, Walton, Wakefield, WF2 6NW Janet Sanderson West Ridings Lingwell Gate Lane, Lofthouse, Wakefield, WF3 3JX Sandra Parry

01924 369164

Care Home

14

Old Age, Mental Disorder, Dementia, Physical Disabilities over 65 years Dementia over 65 years, Old Age, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years Learning Disability, Physical Disability

01924 379994

Care Home

40

Old Age

01924 283445

Care Home

6

Learning Disability

01924 249777

Care Home

47

Old Age

01924 826806

Care Home with Nursing

180

West Villa, 73 Batley Road, Alverthorpe, Wakefield, WF2 0AB Judith Jones Woodlands Woolley Moor House, Low Moor Lane, Woolley, WF4 2LW Sandra Goodall

01924 377328

Care Home

32

Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age, Dementia Over 65 years

01924 830234

Care Home

27

Wakefield The Acorns 77 Clifton Avenue, Stanley, Wakefield, WF4 3HB Claire Bracewell The Glynn Residential Home 167-171 Bradford Road, Wakefield, WF1 2AS Sharon Blick The Hollies 11-15 Eastmoor Road, Wakefield, WF1 3RZ Kim Storey

Telephone

Wakefield MDC Area

Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Mental Disorder over 65 years, Physical Disability over 65 years

21


List of Care Homes

22

Extended Boundary

Name, Address & Contact Aden House Long Lane, Clayton West Huddersfield, HD8 9PR Carl Stevenson

Telephone 01484 866486

Type of Home Care Home with Nursing

Beds 60

Aden Lodge Nursing Home Long Lane, Clayton West, Huddersfield, HD8 9PR – Kath Buckle Amber Lodge, 21 Thornhill Road, Armley, Leeds, LS12 4LL – Susan Barber Ardsley House, 55A Royston Hill, East Ardsley, Wakefield, WF3 2HN – Linda Gander Ashlands Care Home 41 Main Street, Methley, Leeds, LS26 9JE – Julie Jones Ashworth Grange, Ashworth Green, Dewsbury, WF13 2SU – Paula Whiteley Batley Hall Nursing Home, Old Hall Road, Batley, WF17 0AX – Alison Sowden Belle Green Court Belle Green Lane, Cudworth, Barnsley, S72 8LU – Sylvia Foster Bollingbroke House, Common Road, Brierley, Barnsley, S72 9EA – Paul Barrott Burking Banks, 69 - 73 Moorlands Road, Dewsbury, WF13 2LF – Lesley Lord Burntwood Hall Moor Lane, Brierley Common, Barnsley, S72 9HB – Jane Davies Bywater Hall, 1 Leeds Road, Allerton Bywater, Castleford, WF10 2DY Gemma Richards Bywater Lodge, 1 Leeds Road, Allerton Bywater, Castleford, WF10 2DY – Cheryl Green (Acting) Chapel View Care Home Spark Lane, Mapplewell, Barnsley S75 6AA – Samantha Readman China Cottage Nursing Home 154 Owston Road, Carcroft, Doncaster, DN6 8EA Mary Machina Copper Hill Nursing Home Church Street, Hunslet, Leeds, LS10 2AY – Verity Taylor

01484 866602

Care Home with Nursing

40

0113 2633231

Care Home

40

01294 835220

Care Home

18

01977 515823

Care Home with Nursing

50

01924 869973

Care Home

64

Dementia, Mental Disorder and Terminal Illness Old Age and Dementia

01924 472063

Care Home with Nursing Care Homes with Nursing

51

Old Age

40

Old Age

01226 712409

Care Home

33

Old Age

01924 456653

Care Home

35

Old Age

01226 780222

Care Home

37

Old Age, Dementia over 65 years

01977 667878

Care Home

44

01977 667979

Care Home

44

Old Age, Physical Disability over 65 years Dementia over 65 years

01226 388181

Care Home with Nursing

37

Old Age

01302 724815

Care Home with Nursing

33

0113 2771042

Care Home with Nursing

180

Old Age, Dementia Physical Disability over 65, Physical Disability under 65 Old Age and Dementia over 65 years

www.wakefield.gov.uk

01226 718178

Needs Catered Old Age, Physical Disabilities over & under 65, Dementia over 65 years, Terminally Ill, Sensory Impairment, Mental Disorder, Drug/Alcohol Dependence Old Age, Dementia and Terminal Illness Old Age, dementia and mental disorder Learning Disability


List of Care Homes Name, Address & Contact Daisy Vale House Daisy Vale Terrace, Thorpe, Wakefield, WF3 3DS – Diane Crawley Deangate, Towngate, Mapplewell, Barnsley, S75 6AT – Mary Ackroyd Dolphin Lane 1 Dolphin Lane, Thorpe, Wakefield, WF3 3DH – Adele Limbert Fieldhead Court Nursing Home Rectory Park, Church Lane, Thornhill, Dewsbury, WF12 0JZ Kath Tanner Field View, Spark Lane, Mapplewell, Barnsley, S75 6AE – Kay Littledyke Garlands Residential Care Home 27 Church Street, Heckmondwike, WF16 0AX – Linzi Bolland Hall Steads Stacey Crescent, Grimethorpe, Barnsley, S72 7DP – Nicky Royston Holly Tree Lodge ( Formerly Hawthorne House), Sceptone Grove, Shafton, Barnsley, S72 8NP – Magaruite Law Hopton Care Cottages Chadwick Fold Lane, Lower Hopton, Mirfield, WF14 8PW – Ann Fisher Ings House Nursing Home 350 Bardford Road, Liversedge, WF15 6BY – Barbara Hudson Kexborough House 13 Churchfield Lane, Kexborough, Barnsley, S75 5DN – Louise Fuller Lindhurst Lodge Lindhurst Road, Athersley North, Barnsley, S71 3DD – Caroline Exley Linson Court Nursing Home, Dark Lane, Batley, WF17 5RU – Helen Gill Lofthouse Grange and Lodge 340 Leeds Road, Lofthouse, WF3 3QQ – Janet Richards Lydgate Lodge Soothill Lane, Batley, WF17 6EZ Michaela Kenworthy Manorcroft Nursing Home Old Bank Road, Dewsbury, WF12 7AH – Helen Gill

Extended Boundary

Telephone 01924 822209

Type of Home Care Home

Beds 16

Needs Catered Learning Disability

01226 383441

Care Home with Nursing Care Home

50

Old Age & Dementia

13

Learning Disability

01924 872080

01924 459000

Care Home with Nursing

45

01226 390131

Care Home

40

Old Age, Sensory Impairment, Mental Disorder, Terminally Ill and Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age

01924 404122

Care Home

20

Old Age & Dementia

01226 781525

Care Home with Nursing

90

01226 712399

Care Home with Nursing

34

Old Age, Dementia over 65 years, Terminally Ill Dementia over 65 years

0330 555 5553

Care Home Only

60

Old Age and Dementia

01924 411166

Care Home with Nursing

32

Old Age, Dementia and Terminal Illness

01226 385046

Care Home Only

22

Old Age

01226 282833

Care Home Only

37

Old Age and Dementia

01924 445253

40

Old Age

08456 006435

Care Home with Nursing Care Home

88

Old Age & Dementia

01924 355020

Care Home

64

Old Age & Dementia over 65 years

01924 467521

Care Home with Nursing

40

Old Age

23


List of Care Homes

24

Extended Boundary

Name, Address & Contact Mayfield House Woodhouse Lane, East Ardsley, Wakefield, WF3 2JS Ben Blackburn

Telephone 01924 828181

Type of Home Care Home

Beds 15

Meadow Lodge Residential Home Broach Lane, Kellington, Goole, DN14 0ND – Lorraine Coultas Moorleigh Nursing Home 278 Gibson Lane, Kippax, Leeds, LS25 7JN – Beverley McHale Neville Court Nursing Home Neville Avenue, Kendray, Barnsley, S70 3HF – Dawn Oakes Nesfield Lodge, 45 Nesfield Road, Belle Isle, Leeds, LS10 3LG – Debbie Langmaid Newlands Hall High Street, Heckmondwike, WF16 0AL – Heather Middleton Oaklands Residential Home 14 Pinfold Lane, Methley, Leeds, LS26 9AB – Kathleen Foley Oaktree Lodge, Foundry Approach, Gipton, Leeds, LS9 6BT – Carolyn Wagstaff Oakwood Grange, Oakwood Road, Royston, Barnsley, S71 4EZ – Susan Dooler Oxford Grange, 30 Oxford Road, Dewsbury, WF13 4LL – Rachel Bedford Priestley Care Home, Market Street, Birstall, Batley WF17 9EN – Mandy Evans Riverside, Camborne Way, Monk Bretton, Barnsley, S71 2NR – Julie Cross Skellow Hall, Cross Hill, Old Skellow, Doncaster, DN6 8JW Charlotte Wilson (Acting Manager) Soothill Manor, Soothill Lane, Batley, WF17 6EU – James Stevens St Annes Rest Home Grange Lane, Burghwallis, Doncaster, DN6 9JL – James Kelly St Armands Court 25 Church Lane, Garforth, Leeds, LS25 1NW – Jaqueline Hobman Stonehouse Manor Moorlands Road, Dewsbury, WF13 2LF – Beverley Dyrlaga

01977 662899

Care Home

25

0113 2863247

Care Home with Nursing

36

Dementia & Terminally Ill

01226 737470

Care Home with Nursing

20

Mental Disorder & Physical Disabilities

0845 6044977

Care Home

44

Old Age and Dementia

01924 407247

Care Home

37

Old Age

01977 515451

Care Home

21

Old Age & Dementia over 65 years

0113 201 9020

Care Home

60

Old Age and Dementia

01226 709075

Care Home

60

01924 463336

Care Home

43

01924 440265

Care Home

40

Old Age & Dementia over 65 years Dementia over 65 years Old Age

01226 296416

Care Home

50

Old Age & Dementia

01302 727248

Care Home

29

Old Age

0845 603 2551

Care Home

36

Old Age

01302 700319

Care Home

28

Old Age

01132 874505

Care Home

40

Old Age

01924 439321

Care Home with Nursing

32

Old Age & Dementia

www.wakefield.gov.uk

Needs Catered Learning Disability, Learning Disability over 65 yeas, Physical Disability, Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age, Dementia over 65 years


List of Care Homes Name, Address & Contact Sunnyside Nursing Home 6 - 8 Oxford Road, Dewsbury, WF13 4LN – Susan Kazlauciunas Sunnyview House Manorfield, Beeston, Leeds, LS11 8QB – Jackie Foxton The Cedars Churchside, Methley, Leeds, LS26 9BH – Kathleen Morgan The Grange 80 Grange Lane, Cundy Cross, Barnsley, S71 5QQ Duncan Halls The Laurels Care Home High Street, Norton, Doncaster, DN6 9EU – Anne Godwin The Laurels Nursing Home High Street, Norton, Doncaster, DN6 9EU – Julie Riley The Maples, 66 Bence Lane, Darton, Barnsley, S75 5PE – Vicki Brook The Richmond Allendale Road, Sprotbrough, Doncaster, DN5 8BS – Lindsay Pargin Thomas Owen House, Lees House Road, Thornhill Lees, Dewsbury, WF12 9BP – Eileen Fitzsimmons Valley View, 36 Walefield Road, Lepton, Huddersfield, HD8 0BG Hazel Liparoti Water Royd Nursing Home Locke Road, Gilroyd, Dodworth, Barnsley, S75 3QH – Catherine Smith Willow House 396 Halifax Road, Hightown, Liversedge, WF15 6NG – Susan Morgan Woodlands Sands Lane, Mirfield, WF14 8HJ Jenny Westwood York House Old Bank Road, Dewsbury, WF12 7AH – Vicky Winters

Extended Boundary

Telephone 01924 462951

Type of Home Care Home with Nursing

Beds 30

Needs Catered Dementia

0113 277160

Care Home

84

Old Age & Dementia

01977 512993

Care Home

43

Old Age, Dementia, Mental Disorder

01226 204185

Care Home

43

01302 709691

Care Home

30

01302 709691

Care Home with Nursing

20

01226 382688

Care Home

15

Mental Disorder, Learning Disability and Drug/ Alcohol Dependence Old Age and Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age and Physical Disability over 65 years Old Age

01302 782735

Care Home with Nursing

50

Dementia

01924 458017

Care Home with Nursing

39

Old Age, Mental Disorder, Dementia

01484 539304

Care Home

59

Old Age and Dementia

01226 281389

Care Home with Nursing

62

Old Age, Dementia, Terminally Ill

01274 872624

Care Home

28

Old Age, Dementia, Sensory Impairment

01924 491570

Care Home with Nursing

73

01924 459574

Care Home

36

Dementia & Mental Disorder, over 65 years Old Age

* We have made every effort to make sure that these details are correct. If there are any amendments or omissions please notify the WMDC, Contracts Section on telephone number 01924 307766. 25


Useful telephone numbers and contact details Social Care Direct (Your first point of contact for Family Services) Telephone no 0845 8503503 Fax 01924 303455 Minicom: 01924 303450 Email: social_care_direct@wakefield.gov.uk Family Services – Welfare Rights & Assessment Team (Contact these if you want to know more about paying for your care) Advice line numbers 01924 307771 / 307797 / 307786 Address: Wakefield Council, Family Services, PO Box 190, Wakefield, WF1 1ZE Family Services - Contracts Section (Contact these if you want to know more information about the contractual arrangements with Care Homes) General Office Number 01924 307766 Address: Wakefield Council, Family Services, Calder Vale, 1st Floor, Unit 21, Green's Industrial Estate, Calderval Road, Wakefield, WF1 5PH Family Services - Complaints & Representations Section (Contact these if you are not happy about a service that you have received from Family Services) Complaints Manager 01924 302840

Care Quality Commission (Contact these if you would like a copy of the inspection report or if you have a complaint or query) Telephone number 03000 616161 Email: enquiriesyorkshirehumberside@cqc.org.uk Address: Yorkshire & Humberside Region, City Gate, Gallowgate, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 4PA www.cqc.org.uk NHS Wakefield District – Patient Advice and Liaison Service (Contact these if you have a query with regard to the cost of nursing care or a complaint /query about the nursing care you receive) Telephone number 0845 602 4832 Wakefield West Primary Care Trust – Patient Advice and Liaison Service (Contact these if you have a query with regard to the cost of nursing care or a complaint /query about the nursing care you receive) Telephone number 0800 953 0361 This document has been produced by Wakefield Family Services and is a statement of the Council’s Policy regarding the procedures for entering a Care Home. It is not intended to be an explanation of the law. Entering a Care Home is an important step for you to take and this document aims to provide you with the information you need.

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