Tameside Care Services Directory 2014
The comprehensive guide to choosing and paying for care • Home support • Care homes • Specialist care • Useful contacts
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Contents Introduction from Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council
Looking for care or support? Eligibility Assessment Planning your support Direct Payments What support is available? Care at home Community Response Service Everyday life at home Getting out and about
Dementia care Leaving hospital
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Residential care homes Care homes Care homes checklist
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Paying for your care This Directory’s helpline
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Home care providers
Care homes/care homes with nursing listings
Introduction from Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council Tameside Council is one of a number of organisations within Tameside, that offers a vast array of services that are designed to help and support people within the borough to remain as independent as possible within their own homes for as long as they can safely do so. The Council’s Adult Services offer a number of services that are focussed on preventing people from becoming dependent on others for their care and support needs. Services such as Health and Wellbeing, assistive technology and reablement all help people to feel supported and safe at home and when needed other services such as home care and residential care can also be provided. Adult Services focuses on reducing people’s need for care and support through a preventative, enabling approach where people are supported to be as independent as they can be. Our services are set up to ensure that people are encouraged to maximise selfreliance and to enable people to learn or relearn skills in order to remain as active as possible. Adult Services is also working with other partners including the independent and voluntary sectors to ensure that services are more joined up and integrated to reduce any confusion or ???????? duplication of services for users and their families.
The aim of this Directory is to provide Tameside residents with details of services which are locally available to meet their social care needs such as extra care housing and domiciliary care as well as services for people who need more intensive 24 hour care in a residential or nursing home environment. We want to make sure that the process of accessing care services is as straightforward as possible and is easily understood. Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council Council Offices, Wellington Road, Ashton under Lyne OL6 6DL Telephone: 0161 342 2400 Fax: 0161 342 2460 Web: www.tameside.gov.uk The offices are open Monday to Wednesday 8.30am to 5.00pm; Thursdays 8.30am to 4.30pm and Fridays 8.30am to 4.00pm. Outside of working hours we have an emergency only service that can be accessed by phoning 0161 342 2222. Further details are also available from the Tameside Council website: www.tameside.gov.uk/servicecharter/socialcarehealth
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 Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council nor Care Choices can be held liable for any errors or omissions. The information contained in this Directory was correct at the time of going to print. The inclusion of advertisements for homes and agencies in this Directory does not act as an endorsement or recommendation by Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council.
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.
Looking for care or support? If you have a long term 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. It might be easy to identify the care and support you need, or you may need some help to do this. You should speak with people who know you well to see what support they think you need â€“ they may notice areas where you need help that you hadnâ€™t thought about. Once youâ€™ve thought about the areas you need help with, there are lots of ways to find that support. You can
use this Directory and the free, independent helpline (call 0800 389 2077), or speak to other people who have help and support currently, and you can also contact the Councilâ€™s Health and Wellbeing Service based at the Tameside Carers Centre on 0161 342 3344. Sometimes, however, the care and support you need will be more complex. This is when we may be able to help you. However, we will need to check whether youâ€™re eligible for a service by assessing your care needs and finances.
Eligibility Tameside Council has to use the resources it has available in a fair and equitable way to help people with the greatest needs. We do this by using guidance called The Fair Access to Care Services (FACS) criteria. Care managers use the criteria to make sure that they treat everyone fairly and that people who meet the criteria for help receive the appropriate level of care and support. Tameside Councilâ€™s eligibility criteria are based on the legal requirements set down in Government guidance. We currently provide services for people who fall within the â€˜criticalâ€™ and â€˜substantialâ€™ categories of the FACS criteria. However even if you do not meet the eligibility criteria we will advise you on a range of services that may be able to meet your needs and signpost you to our Wellbeing Advisers based at the Carers Centre who will be able to offer you more help and advice. Tameside Health and Wellbeing Service based at the Carers Centre in Ashton Under Lyne provides an early intervention service as a means of providing adults in Tameside who do not meet the FACS eligibility criteria for social care services with access to high quality support and information when they need it. Our Wellbeing
Advisers are able to offer an Early Intervention Assessment (EIA), which identifies the level of support required by an individual. Our Wellbeing Advisers have an awareness of, and access to, a wide range of information on communitybased services, and following an EIA and a co-produced support plan, are able to signpost individuals to the appropriate services. Our Wellbeing Advisers support adults and carers to access services across a range of settings with assessments being available at a variety of locations across the borough throughout the course of the week. Our assessments focus on what the individual wants to achieve to help them maintain their independence or continue in their caring role. Our Wellbeing Advisers also work with carers to provide them with the opportunity to access high quality support and information when they need it, the Carers Centre carries or has access to a wide range of information and is able to signpost or refer carers to appropriate services. The team supports carers to undertake their caring role by offering information, advice, support, advocacy and access to a variety of breaks.
Assessment When you contact Tameside Adult Services we will discuss with you: â€˘ the type of help that you feel you may need; â€˘ when you feel it may be needed; â€˘ who else is available to help you; and â€˘ any specific needs you may have including any religious and cultural needs. Depending upon the information that you give us, we will decide with you what the best course of action will be and inform you what will happen next. Tameside Adult Services aims to help you live
independently in your home for as long as possible. To help you achieve this and to decide whether you are eligible for services we will ask you questions about your circumstances and the things you need to maintain your independence â€“ this is called an â€˜assessmentâ€™. Everyone is entitled to a free Community Care Assessment. The assessment determines what care and support needs you have and whether they can be met by Adult Services or elsewhere. If it is determined that you are not eligible for support from Adult Services, we will aim to help you find other ways of meeting your needs by redirecting you to other
Assessment continued organisations, by helping you to maximise your own resources or by simply offering help and advice. The Assessment begins by asking a number of questions about you, your family support and your life. It will include discussing your: • health – including mental health, physical disability, sensory impairments, for example your eyesight and hearing and mobility, such as how far you can walk, can you manage the stairs to get to bed; • personal care or activities of daily living, home environment and where you live; • social support and relationships including if you have someone who helps care for you; • involvement in work, education and learning; and • general wellbeing (including being safe from neglect or harm).
what the best way of meeting your needs will be. Once your assessment has been completed you will be asked to agree to the details contained within it and once you have agreed, we can then discuss with you the types of care and support that are available to help you.
If you have a carer they will also be offered an assessment of their needs. We often need to take advice from health professionals. If you have other people involved in your care and support for example, your doctor, district nurse or occupational therapist, we will talk to them to gain a complete understanding of your needs. During the course of your assessment, it may be determined that in order to understand your needs better we will require you to have a short period of home care reablement which is a Council service that tries to keep people as independent as possible by supporting them with everyday tasks such as getting dressed, food preparation, having a bath or shower etc. Reablement is used as part of the assessment process so that we can be clear what your on-going need for support actually is and
Planning your support Services come in many different shapes and sizes. Some will suit you more than others and there may be more on offer than you expect. Social care services are not simply split between home care and residential care. There are lots of other services available in the community in which you live such as sheltered housing or extra care housing. These can help you stay as independent as possible, with additional support available when you need it. Help within your home is also available and may include the use of new technologies such as a pendant alarm or other devices designed to keep people safe including falls detectors, intruder alarms, flood, gas or
smoke detectors. Other help may include additional equipment or adaptations within your home to make life as easy and comfortable as possible. In agreeing a support plan with you we will look at the needs that have been identified in your assessment and then discuss with you what services are available to help you meet your needs. We will agree how much it will cost to provide the care identified and this is known as your personal budget. You can decide how to spend your personal budget but it does need to be spent on meeting your needs and achieving the desired outcomes for making you as independent as possible.
Direct Payments Once your support plan and personal budget has been agreed with you, you will be offered the opportunity to take the budget as a cash payment known as a Direct Payment. This is a sum of money paid to you either as a one off payment or regular monthly payment that has been identified as sufficient to buy the help and support required to meet your assessed needs and outcomes. You can choose to spend your Direct Payment as you like, however there are some rules and conditions that you will be expected to follow which will be explained to you when you are considering your options. You may not want to consider taking a Direct Payment
at the start of your support being planned and delivered, however you can decide at any time to take a Direct Payment for some or all of your assessed personal budget. People who decide to take a Direct Payment can choose to employ their own care worker(s) known as Personal Assistants (PA) or contract with a care agency. Some people may not be able to take the responsibility of managing their own personal budget and if you would require on-going support there are ways that this can be arranged. This will be explained to you if you are considering a Direct Payment.
What support is available? Care at home If you are finding it difficult to manage at home, family and friends may be able to help. Alternatively you may want to consider using the services of a home care provider who employ care assistants to provide help and support in your own home. They can assist with personal care such as bathing, washing and dressing as well as other aspects of daily living. They will be trained in personal care and safety procedures, moving and handling and hygiene, and some providers employ
registered nurses. All home care providers are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who inspect them against the national essential standards of quality and safety. For further information on the Care Quality Commission, please see their website www.cqc.org.uk. A comprehensive list of home care providers operating in Tameside starts on page 13.
Community Response Service The Community Response Service (CRS) provides peace of mind for people who feel at risk in their own homes. It gives you freedom to live your life independently knowing that you can obtain assistance when you need it within your own home. There are many reasons why people need support, from ill health to fear of crime. The Community Alarm Service operates all year round, 24 hours a day. Your call is answered in seconds by an experienced operator who will be able to get the appropriate help and support to you whether that be a relative or neighbour, the emergency services or a member of the community response team. We are adding new pieces of technology equipment to our alarm system all the time and these include falls detectors, monitored smoke alarms, flood and gas detectors as well as more specialist equipment that can assist with medication dispensing, detecting epileptic seizures, as well as other conditions. We also have a system called â€™Just Checkingâ€˜ which is usually used for a short time to find out how safe
someone is in their own home and work out how much support they need. The system is a set of movement detectors that monitor a personâ€™s movements and routines. It is particularly useful for people with dementia or other learning or memory impairment to ascertain the levels of risk that people are able to take.
Everyday life at home Most people want to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. You might get help from your family and friends with certain tasks such as shopping or cleaning but with the right equipment you may be able to do more for yourself than you thought. There are lots of different pieces of equipment that can make big differences to your life. Simply raising your armchair onto special riser blocks means that you will be able to get up out of your chair easier. A helping hand grabber will enable you to pick things up without bending down. If you have difficulties plugging things in
or out or opening jars there are pieces of equipment that can help you. If you have hearing difficulties then flashing lights can be added to your doorbell or smoke alarm and amplifiers can be added to your telephone and television. In the kitchen again there are pieces of equipment designed to make your life easier such as electric can openers, kettle tippers, easy grip peelers and graters. Help and advice is available to ensure you are directed to the best pieces of equipment to meet your needs and where you can get them from.
Getting out and about You may be finding it difficult to walk and often walking sticks or walking frames can provide the extra support that’s needed to get around the house and also get out and about within your neighbourhood and community. If you need more support a wheelchair or mobility scooter may be the answer. You need to consider where you would store them and how you would be able to charge a scooter but advice about the best equipment for your needs and where to get it from is available. Contact the Wheelchair Centre, 229 Droylsden Road, Audenshaw, Tameside M34 5ZT call 0161 370 2661 or 5949 or visit www.thewheelchaircentre.co.uk. There may be adaptations to your home that you may wish to consider such as grab rails to help steady yourself or a ramp to your front and back door to avoid large steps.
A stair lift may also be of assistance for you if you can no longer get upstairs.
Dementia care If you are worried that your memory – or that of someone you know – is getting noticeably worse, or if memory loss is beginning to have a knock-on effect on everyday life, it is worth sharing your worries and seeking advice. That’s because memory problems can sometimes be an early sign of a medical condition such as dementia. You should first have a chat with your GP, who will
address your concerns or arrange for further investigation. You may be referred to a local memory monitoring service where a formal diagnosis can be made. Bear in mind that there are many reasons for memory loss apart from dementia. However, the earlier you seek help the better as there may be support or treatment available that can help you.
Looking for care or support? For independent, impartial information on your care options, call this Directory’s helpline on freephone 0800 389 2077 We can generate a personalised report with details of care homes or housing with care schemes that meet your needs and send you additional information on choosing and funding care too.
Leaving hospital When you go into hospital, it may be for a planned treatment or as an emergency. If you know in advance when you will be going into hospital, it is a good idea to plan ahead, perhaps with the help of a relative, friend or carer. You may need to think about things such as the care of a pet or pension collection, as well as getting all the things together that you will take with you into hospital. If you or someone you care for receives social care support at home or you are in a care home, you need to let the care provider know as soon as possible when you are going into hospital and how long you think your stay will be, because: â€˘ we may be able to help make alternative arrangements for people who may rely on you for their care; â€˘ it can prevent staff from worrying about you if they cannot get an answer when they call at your home; and â€˘ we can make arrangements to keep your care home place available for a period of time. Your benefits and any contributions you make towards care may be affected.
If your hospital stay is an emergency, let one of the nurses know as soon as you can if any of the situations mentioned above affect you. You may also need help to arrange for the care of pets, to collect your pension or secure your home. Tameside Hospital has staff on site from Tameside Adult Services who work closely with NHS staff and will help you sort out emergency, short term or long term social care needs. Tameside Adult Services can support you, your family or carers to facilitate safe discharge from hospital. Many people leaving hospital require little help, and it may be that you only need information, but our staff will gladly direct you to the most appropriate source. Other people leaving hospital may need services such as health and wellbeing, reablement, a community alarm and other specialist services when they get home. While many people leaving hospital get help from their family and friends, if you canâ€™t make these arrangements yourself then we will look at ways of arranging services for you.
Residential care homes Care homes There are two types of residential home: Care homes (personal care only) If you need care on a 24 hour basis but you have no nursing needs, subject to a needs assessment, a care home offering only personal care may be the best option. Personal care includes bathing, feeding, dressing and help with moving.
Care homes with nursing Traditionally called a nursing home, this kind of home is suitable for those needing nursing care, where it will be delivered by qualified nursing staff alongside care workers. Nurses are on duty around the clock.
Care homes checklist
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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 will be most appropriately provided for in 24 hour care, there are a number of
questions that you will want answering before making a final decision about which care home you will choose. Here is a useful list of questions that you may want to consider before making a decision about which home you want to move into.
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• Are staff warm, friendly, polite, clean and respectful? • Do the residents seem happy, active and sociable? • Does the home feel comfortable and welcoming? • Is the home fresh, clean and comfortably furnished?
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• Are bedrooms single or shared? Is there a choice? • Can you decorate and arrange your own room? • Can you bring your own furniture and TV? • Is there a call system for emergencies? • 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 both adapted showers and baths? • Does the home have the right adaptations and equipment to meet your needs? • Are all areas safe and accessible (eg for wheelchair users)? • Is there adequate provision for sight or hearing difficulties? • Are the grounds/gardens attractive and/or quiet?
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? • Are residents involved in decisions on life in the home? • Can you make and take calls in privacy and comfort?
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• Is alcohol served or permitted? • Are there smoking and non-smoking areas? • What arrangements are there for religious observance (eg are places of worship nearby/is there a prayer room)? • Can you handle your own money? • Does a hairdresser/chiropodist visit? • Does the home provide its own transport? • Do staff have appropriate language skills/ knowledge? • Are the staff formally trained? • Is there an adequate number of staff on both day and night? • Are visitors welcome at all times? Can they stay overnight? • May your visitors join you at meals? • How much choice do you get about meals? • Is the food varied and interesting? • Can the home cater for your dietary needs (eg Black and Minority Ethnic diets, vegetarian, vegan)? • Can you have snacks or drinks any time? In your room? • Can you continue to pursue your hobbies? • What activities and entertainment are organised? • Are outings and holidays arranged? At what cost?
Fees and contract terms Life within the home
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• How much are the fees? Do they cover all services available? • Under what circumstances will the fees alter? • 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, clearly spelt-out?
Paying for your care Social care, unlike health care, is not free for everyone. Councils only have a limited amount of money and cannot provide services directly for everyone. If you have been assessed as being eligible for social care support (explained on page 4), we will look at what help you need and what it should cost. This gives you an overall annual personal budget for the cost of your care. If you have been assessed as needing a personal budget for your support, you will need to let us see details of how much money you have. We will work out if you are able to pay some or all of the cost of care yourself. This is called a financial assessment. In carrying out the financial assessment you will be asked to sign a consent form that allows us to speak to the Department of Work and Pensions and other Government services on your behalf. This will help us work out your charges and make sure you receive the right welfare benefits. If you do not provide us your financial details or do not want a financial assessment, you will have to pay the full costs of your service. NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding (CHC) NHS Continuing Healthcare is a package of care which is arranged and funded solely by the NHS to meet physical and/or mental health needs that have arisen because of disability, accident or illness. You can receive CHC funding in any setting, including your own home or a care home. NHS CHC is free, unlike social care help from Adult Services, for which a financial charge may be made depending upon your income, savings and other assets. Anyone assessed as having a specific level of health care needs may receive CHC funding. It is not dependent upon a particular disease, diagnosis or condition, or on who provides the care or where that care is provided. If your overall care needs show that your primary need is a health need, you should be eligible for NHS CHC funding. This will be discussed with you during the assessment process (explained on page 4). If at any time you feel that your health has deteriorated then you can request an assessment for CHC funding and your eligibility will be looked at.
NHS Nursing Care Contribution NHS funded nursing care is funding paid directly to a nursing home for care provided by registered nurses employed by the home. Services provided regularly by a registered nurse are likely to involve: â€˘ provision of nursing care supervision or monitoring of care provided by a non-registered nurse; â€˘ planning and reviewing a care plan; â€˘ monitoring and reviewing medication needs; and â€˘ identifying and addressing potential health problems. Eligibility for NHS funded nursing care in a nursing home should not be considered until it has been agreed that you are not eligible for CHC funding and that a place in a nursing home is the best option for meeting your needs. Self-funders You may be called a self-funder if you are meeting the costs of your support without any help from the Council. This can include support to live independently at home or in a care home. Some people choose to be self-funders because they do not want to be financially assessed, or they choose to make their own arrangements for support. Tameside Council can only make a contribution to the cost of your support if: â€˘ we have assessed you as being eligible for support from us, under the Fair Access to Care criteria (explained on page 4); and â€˘ you have had a full financial assessment from us and we have told you that you do not have to pay for the full cost of your care. Even if you donâ€™t think the Council will be able to make a financial contribution to the costs of your support, and you think you will be funding all of your support from your own resources, it makes sense to have a free assessment. You may find you are entitled to help with costs after all. If we cannot help with the costs, as a self-funder you are still entitled to the same free detailed help and advice in working out your needs and finding the right service as anyone else.
This Directoryâ€™s helpline This Directoryâ€™s free helpline provides an independent information and help service encompassing care services and accommodation. A personalised report can be generated for customers providing details of all care homes or housing with care schemes that meet their
criteria. One call to the freephone number 0800 389 2077 will enable the service to build a profile of exactly what type of care youâ€™re looking for, while taking into account your personal needs and interests.
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Looking for care or support? For independent, impartial information on your care options, call this Directoryâ€™s helpline on freephone 0800 389 2077 We can generate a personalised report with details of care homes or housing with care schemes that meet your needs and send you additional information on choosing and funding care too.
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DIRECT CARE (NORTH WEST) LIMITED Office Suites 5 and 6, Derek Ashton Court, 77 Mottram Road, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 2QP OP Tel: 0161 338 3666
ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE HOMECARE (TAMESIDE) Poppy House, 97 Turner Lane, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL6 8SS OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD Tel: 0161 308 3456
HOUSING 21 - DUKINFIELD 13 Concord Way, Dukinfield, Cheshire SK16 4DB OP D PD LDA SI YA AD Tel: 0303 123 9901
BLUEBIRD CARE (TAMESIDE) Orient House, Newton Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 4RY Tel: 0161 366 7465 OP D PD SI YA
LAUREL BANK SUPPORT AT HOME Stockport Road, Gee Cross, Hyde Cheshire SK14 5EZ Tel: 0161 368 3159 OP D
BUPA HOME HEALTHCARE (ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE) The Wellington Centre, Whitelands Road, Ashton-UnderLyne, Lancashire OL6 6UY OP PD YA Tel: 01279 456947
MRL TAMESIDE Unit 15 The Wharf Business Centre, Lower Wharf Street, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Cheshire OL6 7PB Tel: 0161 850 0352 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD
COMFORT CALL TAMESIDE 51 Manchester Road, Denton, Manchester, Lancashire M34 2AF Tel: 0161 336 4753 OP D PD LDA SI YA AD
PERSON CENTRED CARE SERVICES LIMITED Suite 3 & 4, Tameside (Hyde) Business Enterprise Centre 10 Corporation Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 1AB Tel: 0161 351 9505 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA Advert page 12
CREATIVE SUPPORT-TAMESIDE SERVICE (LEARNING DISABILITY) 164-166 St Albans Avenue, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester OL6 8TU Tel: 0161 339 5242 LDA
PRESTIGE HOMECARE 45 Knowl Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 3AJ Tel: 0161 304 7777 OP D PD LDA MH SI YA AD
CREATIVE SUPPORT-TAMESIDE DOMICILIARY SERVICE Hurst Meadow, Vicarage Crescent, Ashton-Under-Lyne Greater Manchester OL6 8DW OP PD LDA MH YA Tel: 0161 343 8943
TAMESIDE MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY SERVICE West Villa, West Street, Dukinfield, Greater Manchester SK16 4PL Tel: 0161 339 2985 MH
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AUDEN HOUSE RESIDENTIAL HOME 473 Audenshaw Road, Audenshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester M34 5PS Tel: 0161 301 2424 OP D PD SI
FIRBANK HOUSE 24 Smallshaw Lane, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL6 8PN Tel: 0161 343 1251
BALMORAL CARE HOME 29 Old Road, Mottram, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 6LN Tel: 01457 765879
FIR TREES Gorse Hall Road, Dukinfield, Cheshire SK16 5HN Tel: 0161 338 2977
BEECHES, THE Yew Trees Lane, Dukinfield, Cheshire SK16 5BJ Tel: 0161 338 4922 OP PD YA BOURNE HOUSE 12 Taunton Road, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL7 9DR Tel: 0161 330 7911
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BOWLACRE HOME Elson Drive, Stockport Road, Hyde, Stockport Greater Manchester SK14 5EZ Tel: 0161 368 2615 Advert page 11 CHARNLEY HOUSE Albert Road, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 1DH Tel: 0161 368 4664 Advert page 11
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GREATWOOD HOUSE Mancunian Road, Denton, Manchester, Greater Manchester M34 7GX Tel: 0161 336 5324
HATTON GRANGE Oldham Street, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 1LN Tel: 0161 368 4484 Advert inside back cover
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HOLLY GRANGE 17 Oxford Road, Dukinfield, Cheshire SK16 5PQ Tel: 0161 330 0492 OP D PD
HOLME LEA Astley Road, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 1RA Tel: 0161 338 5187 OP D PD MH SI YA
CLARKSON HOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 56 Currier Lane, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL6 6TB Tel: 0161 308 4618 OP D MH
HURST HALL Kings Road, Ashton-Under -yne, Lancashire OL6 9EG Tel: 0161 330 4472
DAISY NOOK HOUSE Bamburgh Drive, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL7 9SX OP D PD MH Tel: 0161 343 1033
KINGSFIELD CARE CENTRE Union Road, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL6 9JF Tel: 0161 330 1853
EDEN HOUSE 2 Lawton Street, Droylsden, Manchester Greater Manchester M43 7XD Tel: 0161 637 8661
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FAIRFIELD VIEW 88 Manchester Road, Audenshaw, Manchester Greater Manchester M34 5GB Tel: 0161 370 6719 Advert inside front cover and outside back cover OP D PD SI
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LAUREL BANK RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 21 Knott Lane, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 5HZ Tel: 0161 368 4719 MILLBROOK CARE CENTRE Huddersfield Road, Millbrook, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 3ET Tel: 0161 304 2600 Advert page 12
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Tameside care homes continued OAKWOOD HOUSE CARE CENTRE 400a Huddersfield Road, Millbrook, Stalybridge Cheshire SK15 3ET Tel: 0161 303 2540
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SUNNYSIDE Sunnyside Road, Droylsden, Manchester, Lancashire M43 7QE Tel: 0161 370 1793
POLEBANK HALL RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME Stockport Road, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 5EZ OP D SI Tel: 0161 368 2171
SYCAMORES, THE Victoria Street, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 4DH Tel: 0161 368 4297
SANDON HOUSE Market Street, Mossley, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire OL5 0JG Tel: 01457 834747
VICARAGE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME, THE 109 Audenshaw Road, Audenshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester M34 5NL Tel: 0161 301 4766
ST LAWRENCES LODGE 275 Stockport Road, Denton, Manchester, Greater Manchester M34 6AX Tel: 0161 336 2783 OP D PD MH SI STALEY HOUSE CARE HOME Huddersfield Road, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 2PT Tel: 0161 304 8939
YEW TREES Yew Trees Lane, Dukinfield, Cheshire SK16 5BJ Tel: 0161 338 3053
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Tameside care homes with nursing CARSON HOUSE CARE CENTRE 30 Stamford Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire, SK15 1JZ OP D PD Tel: 0161 338 6908 DOWNSHAW LODGE Downshaw Road, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire, OL7 9QL Tel: 0161 3307059 Advert page 11 GUIDE LANE NURSING HOME 232 Guide Lane, Audenshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester M34 5HA Tel: 0161 335 9989
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HYDE NURSING HOME Grange Road South, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 5NB Tel: 0161 367 9467 OP D PD YA KINGS PARK NURSING HOME Kings Road, Hurst Cross, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire OL6 8EZ Tel: 0161 343 4733 LAKES CARE CENTRE, THE Off Boyds Walk, Dukinfield, Cheshire SK16 4T Tel: 0161 330 2444 Advert inside front cover and outside back cover
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MOSS COTTAGE NURSING HOME 34 Manchester Road, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire OL7 0BZ Tel: 0161 343 2557 PARKHILL NURSING HOME 319 Huddersfield Road, Millbrook, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 3EP Tel: 0161 303 8643
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RIVERSIDE Broomstairs Bridge, Manchester Road, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 2DE OP D PD LDA MH YA Tel: 0161 366 0600 STAMFORD COURT Astley Road, Stalybridge, Cheshire SK15 1RA Tel: 0161 303 9955 OP D PD YA THORNCLIFFE GRANGE 2 Windmill Lane, Denton, Manchester, Greater Manchester M34 3RN Tel: 0161 320 0740
Index A Able Care and Support Services Limited
Ashton-under-Lyne Homecare (Tameside)
Auden House Residential Home
B Balmoral Care Home
Bluebird Care (Tameside)
Bupa Home Healthcare (Ashton-under-Lyne)
C Carson House Care Centre
Clarkson House Residential Care Home
Comfort Call Tameside
Four Seasons Health Care
G Greatwood House
Guide Lane Nursing Home
H Hatton Grange
Housing 21 - Dukinfield
Hyde Nursing Home
I Ideal Care Homes
Inside back cover
Creative Support-Tameside Service (Learning Disability) 13
Kingsfield Care Centre
Creative Support-Tameside Domiciliary Service
Kings Park Nursing Home
Daisy Nook House
Lakes Care Centre, The
Direct Care (North West) Limited
Laurel Bank Residential Care Home
Laurel Bank Support at Home
E Eden House
F Fairfield View
Meridian Healthcare Limited
Millbrook Care Centre
Moss Cottage Nursing Home
Index continued O Oakwood House Care Centre
St Lawrences Lodge
Staley House Care Home
Parkhill Nursing Home
Person Centred Care Services Limited
Polebank Hall Residential Care Home
Tameside Mental Health Recovery Service
V Vicarage Residential Care Home, The
Safehands at the New Mayfair
Care Choices Limited has taken every care to ensure that the information contained in this Directory is accurate. The company cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions or if a home varies from the facilities listed either in an advertisement or the indices. Care Choices Limited does not endorse or support any particular institution included in the Directory. ÂŠ 2013 Care Choices Limited. Care Choices Limited reserves all rights in the titles Care Choices and HOMES Directories and their design. Care Choicesâ„˘ is a trademark of Care Choices Limited. ISBN 978-1-909048-80-5 Ref. No: 4001/Tameside1/1213. Reproduction of any part of this publication in any form without the written permission of Care Choices Limited is prohibited. This publication is available free of charge from Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council. Published by: Care Choices Limited, Valley Court, Lower Road, Croydon, Nr Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 0HF. Tel: 01223 207770. Publisher: Robert Chamberlain. Group Sales Manager: David Werthmann. Head of Editorial: Emma Morriss. Editor: Alistair Robertson. Regional Team Manager: Russell Marsh. Business Development Manager: Paul Leahy. Senior Sales Executives: Elaine Bartlett, Debbie Feetham. Sales Executives: Donna Hall, Rachel Joseph, Vanessa Ryder. Production Manager: Lisa Werthmann. Assistant Production Manager: Jamie Harvey. Production Designer: Nick Cade. Creative Artworker: Holly Cornell.
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