Oakfield Croft

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1 Oakfield
Sale
M33 6NB

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Very Good 79%
Care Type Care Home
Care Category Nursing | Dementia | Respite
Availability Yes
Regulator's Rating Not Yet Rated
Meet The Manager

Daniel Cole is Home manager at Oakfield Croft.

I’ve worked in the care sector all my career, beginning at the tender age of 15 when I did work experience in a residential home. I then became a care assistant and worked my way up. The rest is history!

Commissioning a brand new care home is a dream for most Home Managers. You have the chance to shape everything from the team to the home’s values and standards of care. But no Home Manager can do it all by themselves. Success is all about teamwork. If colleagues are happy, then residents will be happy, so I’m looking forward to making Oakfield Croft a home where the team is positive, motivated and everyone loves what they do.

Daniel Cole

The emphasis at Oakfield Croft is on enabling your loved one to continue to enjoy a wonderful lifestyle. The home has its own cinema room, hair and beauty salon – plus an inviting café where residents can help themselves to a freshly brewed coffee or speciality tea, as well as a slice of homemade cake. 

Each of the floors at Oakfield Croft is divided into two suites, and each suite has its own bistro-style dining room and lounge and a cluster of spacious en-suite bedrooms. This design helps to create an intimate atmosphere that is particularly calming for residents living with dementia. Some of the ground floor rooms have their own patio doors, which open onto our secure, landscaped gardens


Care Options We Can Provide
Support For Companionship, End of Life, High Dependency, Personal care, Rehabilitation, Support for Couples.
Disability Support Bed Bound, Hearing Impairment, Physical Disability, Physically Frail, Requires Hoist , Speech Impairment, Visual Impairment, Walking Frame, Wheel Chair Bound.
Medication By Mouth, Change Catheter, Injection.
Type Of Dementia Mild Dementia, Moderate Dementia, Severe Dementia.
Dementia Behaviour Challenging Behaviour, Wandering .
Dementia Specialisms Alzheimer's, Frontotemporal, Lewy Body, Mixed Dementias, Vascular Dementia.
Respite Care Yes

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Our Building and Facilities

Oakfield Croft, Care UK’s new luxury care home in Sale, is now open. The home offers residential, respite and nursing care. Staff are trained and experienced to care for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia. The home is located in Sale, a village outside Manchester.

The home has 60 luxury suites and features other on-site amenities, including a garden, cinema and hair salon. Each suite can be personalised to the resident’s taste and have an en-suite wet room.

Nutritious meals are provided in addition to the on-site café, where residents can enjoy home-baking with friends and visitors.


How Many Floors We Have
3

Who Owns Our Building
Private

Communal Rooms
Activities Room, Bar / Pub, Bistro, Dining Rooms, Library, Sitting Rooms, TV Lounges.

What Else Do We Provide
Assisted Bathroom, Beauty Salon, Hairdressers, Library.

Our Garden
Communal Garden, Communal Patio, Private Garden(s), Seating, Secure Garden, Wheelchair Friendly Access.

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Description

Each bedroom is beautifully decorated and furnished, has en-suite facilities, a nurse call system and flat screen TV.


About Our Rooms
Number Of Rooms 60
Number Of Ensuite Rooms 60

Type Of Room
Single Room.

Room Features
Furnished, Garden View.

Room Facilities
Telephone Point.

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Description

The Oakfield Croft team are a skilled, passionate and hardworking. We support each other to deliver the best of care to residents – in fact, we’re like one big family. Find out more about us on these pages.


Our Team
Daniel Cole
Daniel Cole
Home manager

I’ve worked in the care sector all my career, beginning at the tender age of 15 when I did work experience in a residential home. I then became a care assistant and worked my way up. The rest is history!

Commissioning a brand new care home is a dream for most Home Managers. You have the chance to shape everything from the team to the home’s values and standards of care. But no Home Manager can do it all by themselves. Success is all about teamwork. If colleagues are happy, then residents will be happy, so I’m looking forward to making Oakfield Croft a home where the team is positive, motivated and everyone loves what they do.

Leon Harney
Leon Harney
Maintenance

I joined Care UK for its fantastic reputation for care and quality – and its values were very close to my own. It also has a beautiful portfolio of new-build homes, including Oakfield Croft. These are beautiful places to live and work.

In this role you need to be a master of multi-tasking, so it’s important to be able to stay focused and calm. You need good problem-solving skills, a good understanding of fire safety and of electrical systems and construction.

I’m enjoying building robust and productive routines and procedures into maintenance at Oakfield Croft. As this is a new home we have a great blank canvas to work from. I get huge satisfaction from fixing any problems and making the home safe and comfortable for residents. I love spending time with residents, chatting to them and listening to their stories about work or how things used to be. I’ve learnt a lot from them.

Sarah Mann
Sarah Mann
Deputy Manager Clinical and Infection Prevention and Control Champion

I’ve been a Registered Nurse for nearly 12 years and have worked in hospitals, in the community, in the prison service and in day care facilities. However, the care home sector is by far the most rewarding.

I enjoy being a part of residents’ lives and getting to know them over a longer period of time. When you can get to know the individual on a personal level you can ensure they receive optimum care and compassion during their time at Oakfield Croft. I was delighted to receive the ‘shining star’ award at Care UK’s residential care awards in 2019 for my work running a dementia nursing suite. That was a huge personal achievement and career highlight.

Jayne Eyre
Jayne Eyre
Customer Relations Manager

I used to work in the leisure industry as a Club Manager, overseeing the day-to-day running of the club, membership and the team. When I was looking for a role that offered more job satisfactory, this role seemed to tick all the boxes.

Moving to a new sector was a challenge at first, but has been exactly what I needed: I’m now helping older people and their families at a time when they really need help and support.

I’ve been very impressed by Care UK. There’s an amazing support structure and the organisation cares a lot about colleagues. There’s also a very clear vision for what the care we provide should look like. It’s all about supporting residents to continue living life to the full.

Chloe Tansey-Davies
Chloe Tansey-Davies
Lifestyle Coordinator

I had previous care sector experience when I moved to Oakfield Croft, but I hadn’t worked for Care UK before. I’d read about the organisation though, and about its people’s passion for supporting residents to enjoy fulfilling lives. I read how one of its care homes had taken a gentleman skiing just before his 93rd birthday to fulfil his wish. This gave me goose bumps and showed me that Care UK truly goes above and beyond for residents. I wanted to be a part of that! 

I love making residents laugh and smile, that’s when I know I’ve done my job properly. I also enjoy getting residents involved in something they might not have tried before; when they enjoy it, it gives me a huge buzz. Doing one-to-one sessions with residents is also one of the most rewarding parts of my role.

Vivek Jesudas Nayagam
Vivek Jesudas Nayagam
Head Chef

I’m passionate about great food, and about helping to change the way care home catering is viewed. Care UK is a great place to work for its forward-thinking approach to food and dining for older people.

Standards are the key to success, so, coming in to the home from the start, my priorities have been to set up the kitchen properly: setting robust standards and recruiting and training a team who can meet and maintain those standards.

Quality and attention to detail are vital, and I love getting to know residents’ preferences and then creating dishes that they’ll enjoy. I’m always reading cookbooks and keeping up with the latest cooking trends, and I’m looking forward to enabling residents to enjoy their favourite meals and even try something new.

Elaine Clarke
Elaine Clarke
Head Housekeeper

My background is in hotel housekeeping, but when I saw this role, I thought I’d like to use my skills and experience to help older people.

In my role, organisation is key to success. For that reason the morning is my favourite time of the day as it’s my opportunity to help my team to get organised and know what they need to achieve that day.

I love going the extra mile to ensure residents are comfortable and happy. I’m looking forward to creating a happy, close-knit Housekeeping team where colleagues are passionate about the work they do and the difference they can made to residents. I’m determined to make Oakfield Croft a comfortable home from home for residents. I look forward to meeting you in our care home in Sale very soon!

Emily Coates
Emily Coates
Business Administrator

I have always been interested in the way businesses are run and, seeing how successful Care UK is, I decided to apply for the Receptionist/Administrator role when the home opened. After a year in that role, I moved into my current position as Business Administrator. When I was offered this role it showed me that a year of working hard and pushing myself to learn and develop had paid off.

My favourite part of my day is seeing the residents and making them smile. It’s very rewarding knowing that we are in this job for them. Seeing them happy makes everything worth it. Residents do become like family.

The Importance Of Meal Times

Our chef-led team understands the importance of nutrition and hydration to health and wellbeing in later life. Despite social distancing, meal times at Montfort Manor are a social occasion. Residents enjoy getting together in our attractive dining rooms. Alternatively, in-room dining is available if your loved one would prefer, or need, additional distancing. Our catering team uses fresh ingredients to create delicious and nutritious hot and cold menu choices, all tailored to your loved one’s personal tastes, diet and cultural needs. Snacks and drinks are available day and night, and every resident is treated to a home-baked birthday cake – of a flavour of their choosing, of course.


We Serve Food At
All day snacks, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch.

Dietary Options
Diabetic, Pureed, Vegetarian.

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Activities Are So Important

The emphasis at Oakfield Croft is on enabling your loved one to continue to enjoy a wonderful lifestyle. The home has its own cinema room, hair and beauty salon – plus an inviting café where residents can help themselves to a freshly brewed coffee or speciality tea, as well as a slice of homemade cake. 


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Activities At Home
1 to 1 Activities, Bingo, Birthday Celebrations, Board Games, Card Games, Cooking, Crafts, Crosswords, Exercise Class, Flower Arranging, Knitting / Embroidery, Music Entertainment, Painting, Quiz Games, Reminiscence, Singing, Word Games.

1 Oakfield
Sale
M33 6NB

Regulator: CQC

Not yet rated.

Transport
Bus Stop nearby, Car Park.

Places of Worship
Anglican Church.

Nearby Services
Hospital, Park, Pub, Restaurant, Shops.

Frequently asked questions about Oakfield Croft

Oakfield Croft provides Nursing, Dementia and Respite care.
Oakfield Croft has 60 rooms.
Oakfield Croft is owned by Care UK.
No. Oakfield Croft does not offer Residential care.
Yes. Oakfield Croft does offer Respite care.
Yes. Oakfield Croft does provide care for people with Dementia.
Oakfield Croft comes under Trafford.
Daniel Cole is the manager of Oakfield Croft.

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