Leah Manning Centre,
Essex CM20 2QJ
Manorcourt Homecare have been successfully providing quality care services across Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire since 1999. As part of the Healthcare Homes Group, we can also assist with your pathway to residential and nursing care via one of our 47 care homes.
We provide care services in the local community. Services include personal care, medication, shopping, domestics, support visits to include learning disabilities. We are also trained in Peg feeds, Stoma, Parkinson’s, End of Life and Dementia. We are able to make companionship calls, such as taking you to an appointment.
We cover the following areas: Debden, Loughton, Buckhurst Hill, Epping, Theydon Bois, Coopersale, North Weald and surrounding areas.
Manorcourt Homecare provide a 24 hour support team. Individually tailor made care packages are also available to support this independent promoted living in a dignified and confidential way. A daily meal service is available 365 days of the year.
Whether you require assistance on a regular or temporary basis, our flexible range of services means that we can provide as little or as much support as is needed, for as long as required.
Our team are fully trained and are DBS checked. A robust training programme is followed which allows carers the opportunity to gain specialist qualifications. Specialist training qualifications include dementia, stoma care, Parkinson’s, Peg feed and end of life.
Our latest CQC inspection report from January 2019 provided us with some lovely feedback:
‘Staff had an excellent understanding of people’s needs and provided person centred care which put people at the heart of the service’.
‘Staff were compassionate, kind and caring and had developed good relationships supporting them to stay as independent as possible’.
One person said: ‘I feel very safe with the staff. They treat me so well. I am never rushed by anyone. They do everything I want them to’.
One person said: ‘All the carers who come to me are very well trained and it helps me be more confident to do things’.
‘Records showed that people had been supported to develop their skills and, had attended training sessions which consisted of face to face and online learning sessions’.
One person said: ‘The staff couldn’t be kinder to me. No matter what I ask them to help me with, it is done with a big smile on their face’.
We also offer the following homecare services to the community: