Care Home Manager
2 Peel Moat Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport, Cheshire, SK4 4PL
Rating 44 Reviews
Peel Moat Care Home is ideally placed to keep in contact with the local community in Heaton Moor. Set in a really desirable residential road, Peel Moat is very much a residential home with local popular appeal. Residents have often lived locally and know that they are only just a stone’s throw from the local shops and churches.
Our ever-popular Peel Moat Care Home is able to provide residential care for 31 residents.
Daily life at Peel Moat Care Home is enhanced by a ‘hidden gem’ of an enclosed garden which overflows with flowers, shrubs and raised flower beds; a beautiful place for everyone to enjoy! Some of the rooms overlook the garden and it is easily accessed by you and your loved ones.
We have an extremely dedicated team at Peel Moat Care Home and they are passionate about what they do. Resident care plans reflect all that an individual would want and need for their care to be delivered in the way they choose, with independence and dignity as prime considerations. All care teams are dedicated to delivering the best of care to all residents and work closely with GP’s and other clinical professionals from the local area to ensure that residents are well cared for.
Peel Moat Care Home has 27 single rooms and 2 double rooms, some of which are en-suite and all of which are beautifully decorated and a good size. When you are ready to move into Peel Moat Care Home, we would encourage you to bring in items to really make your room your own, bringing in a touch of sentiment. Many of our bedrooms overlook our wonderful courtyard which is easily accessible for residents with varying mobility; whichever room you choose, we’re sure you’ll be very happy.
Our food is of the best quality to ensure that you love what you eat and get everything you need nutritionally, too. Here at Peel Moat Care Home, we understand that nutrition and hydration is the foundation of an individual’s wellbeing. We make sure that our food and drink is at the centre of our social culture; whether it’s breakfast, or an evening’s entertainment, the food & drink will always go beyond expectations and, what’s more – there’s no washing up to do!
Our Head Chef loves to speak with our residents regarding the menu that we offer and is always happy to accommodate special requests for a favourite dish.
Lots of special events take place throughout the year, with friends and family welcome to book a dining table for breakfast, lunch, or dinner to share those times and create special moments and memories.
Our activities are second to none. Whether it’s a game of cards with the grandchildren or a musical extravaganza with lights and a full band, you can be sure of a vibrant social scene at Peel Moat Care Home!
Our activities not only encourage our residents to continue with lifelong hobbies but to also try new ones. Our dedicated activity teams are happy to promote, encourage and attend any activity to ensure that your loved ones continue have fun and fulfilment in their lives, and family members are welcome to join in too. Our aim is to promote stimulation for the mind and body, as well as general wellbeing.
Here at Peel Moat Care Home, we have our very own newsletter for residents and their families to let everyone know about the wonderful goings on at the home.
Our minibus ensures that our residents enjoy the best of trips out too. From the best garden centre in the area to the sea front down the road – whatever we do and wherever we go, we always make sure we follow the desires of our residents.
We provide care to those who need support or companionship to ensure that all needs are met, no matter what they might be. Our residential support and care is ideal for those of our residents who do not require nursing care or nursing care associated with dementia.
Peel Moat Care Home accepts individuals aged 65+. All admissions will have a pre-admission assessment.
Peel Moat Care Home has a private car park with disabled parking bays, for people visiting the home. There is no charge to use the cark park.
There is also street parking adjacent to the home but please ensure you follow any restrictions in place.
Contact with relatives and friends is fundamental to their resident’s health and well-being and visits are encouraged.
There are no restrictions or booking requirements to visit Peel Moat Care Home; however different rules apply should there be a Covid-19 outbreak, and they ask to not visit during ‘protected mealtimes’ unless is a part of the essential caregiver role.
Heaton Moor is a suburb of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. Heaton Moor Park is a lovely green space that dates back to 1894 and is still wonderfully maintained by local residents to this day. The park offers a selection of sports pitches, courts and plenty of green space. It’s a great park to be active in. It also boasts a mini woodland walk as well as a series of gardens.
There are several amenities in Heaton Moor including shops, restaurants, and cafes.
Care Home Manager
Our mother has now been a resident for six months and has settled in well. All the staff are very welcoming and caring and her likes and dislikes are recognised and catered for. The endless cups of tea make her very happy and our family are all happy with the care that they provide.
Mum has been very happy and contented with her residency at Peel Moat. The staff and management have shown nothing but kindness, good advice and understanding to her and our family. For her four year stay, we have found the standard of care to be very good.
Care Home Manager
Hi, my name is Charlotte. I am the Registered Manager at Peel Moat Care Home.
I have been the Manager here since February 2023, although I have worked at Peel Moat Care Home since 1997. I have been working in care for over 26 years, in mostly dementia residential settings.
I absolutely love my job at Peel Moat Care Home and pride myself on knowing every one of our residents, and I have good relationships with the families of our residents.
I have a brilliant team of staff who all give 100% to their roles.
I believe everyone should be treated as an induvial and we fully promote person-centred care. I feel I am very approachable to staff and visitors which reflects in the reviews we receive.