Heathlands Village is a large care home for older people. We are situated in the residential suburb of Prestwich in Bury, Greater Manchester. The Village is part of The Fed which a leading social care charity in the North West.
Our home is set in a five acre site with landscaped grounds, surrounded by a picturesque golf course and moorland.
We’re very proud of being able to offer a wide range of first-rate services including residential, nursing, respite, dementia and end-of-life care and day services. These are available for both Jewish and non Jewish older people.
Moreover our nursing care department has received Beacon Status accreditation under the national “Gold Standards Framework” for end-of-life care.
We are one of just 18% of North West accredited homes who have managed to achieve this – highest possible standard and one of only two care homes in Greater Manchester with this status. We think that’s a superb achievement for our staff.
The staff at Heathlands Village are committed to helping our residents to live their lives the way they want. We make every possible effort to tailor care and activities to a person’s own individual needs, desires and interests.
We are continuously making improvements to our services and facilities to ensure the highest standards of care each resident deserves.
Heathlands Village accommodates the religious and cultural needs of people of the Jewish faith, through observance of the Sabbath (Shabbos) and festivals, and provision of exclusively kosher food.
Our on site synagogue is used by members of the local community and residents alike. Our Religious Director, Reverend Rosen, provides pastoral care and religious guidance to residents and relatives, supervises kashrus and arranges weekly shiurim. Our kitchens are licensed under the authority of the Manchester Beth Din.
Please note that Heathlands Village is happy to accept residents and day service users of other faiths or no faith.
The Village benefits from numerous on-site facilities all of which significantly help residents and users enjoy the very best possible quality of life. These include:
- Varied kosher menu
- Religious chaplain
- Shul (Synagogue)
- Cinema screen
- Hairdressing salons
- Activity room
- Village shop
- Coffee shop
- Optician’s appointments
- Wide-ranging entertainment programme, activities and outings
- Occupational therapy
- Toe-nail cutting service
- Volunteer services
- Jabadao therapy
- Arts and crafts
- “Snoozelem” -Multi-sensory room
- Computer suite
- GP surgery
- Purple Room Community Cafe
Regular outings are also offered, including simple trips to local shops, visits to art galleries and excursions further afield to the seaside, stately homes and the Lake District.
You can also contact them on 0800 169 6565 to request copies of their fact-sheets.
For more information about our residential and nursing care please contact our Head of Admissions, Andrea Allinson, on 0161 772 4800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org