VISITING - March 2021

From 8 March 2021, residential care providers are able to facilitate single named visitors for all residents, to visit indoors without screens; the new guidance, Guidance on Care Home Visiting, has been updated accordingly.

The latest Government advice is that visiting should be supported and enabled wherever it is possible to do so safely, except where there is an active Covid-19 outbreak in a care home.

It says every care home resident will be able to nominate a “single named visitor” who can enter the care home for regular visits. They must be tested using rapid lateral flow tests (LFTs) before every visit, wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and follow all other infection control (IPC) measures, which the care home will guide them on during visits.
The visitors need to book the visit in advance and book in alternate weeks to let all the relatives and family see their loved ones.

The DHSC says visitors and residents are advised to keep physical contact to a minimum. They may wish to hold hands but should bear in mind that any contact increases the risk of transmission. There should not be close physical contact such as hugging.

The guidance, Guidance on Care Home Visiting, is available here.

In the event of an outbreak in the home, the home will immediately stop outward visiting.

We pride ourselves in offering residents the best quality of care

Manor Place Care Home actively encourage and support residents in maintaining their independence and fulfilling their potential in a safe, empowering environment. The staff team at Manor Place are committed to providing high quality person-centred care for each resident while respecting their dignity, privacy and independence.

Manor Place Nursing Home specialises in dementia, palliative, Alzheimer, cancer, Parkinson’s and diabetic care.

Our Philosohy

Care Philosophy

Manor Place Care Home aims to provide service users with a secure, relaxed and homely environment where their care, well-being and comfort are of prime importance.
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Care and faciltiies

Facilities & Services

At Manor Place Care Home we recognise the importance for all service users to retain their independence and the challenges that group living can give.

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Our Staff

Our Staff

We believe that great care starts with great people. As soon as you walk into Manor Place Care Home in Aldershot, It feels like home ought to be: comfortable, welcoming, relaxed and safe.

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We use a holistic approach to care at Manor Place Care Home. The service user’s welfare and well-being are paramount in our Philosophy. Service users are encouraged to engage socially with each other and with staff.

Relatives and friends always play a key part in the life of the service users. Consequently, we have an “open visiting” policy within the nursing home. Relatives are always welcome and may take lunch if they choose. View all events


Family Picnic

Manor Place Events

Hygiene Award

Event Two

Summer Fete

Event Three

Garden Party