Enquire now

Our Philosophy On Care

'Care' is arguably a word that can be open to interpretation, so we aim to leave you in no doubt about what we mean by 'care', our commitment to its delivery and our determination that it should always be the life-blood that runs through Iden Manor, every day, in everything we do.

Needs may be medical/therapeutic (for physical and mental welfare) , cultural, psychological, spiritual, emotional and/or social but the level of care provided is always to the highest standard possible and willingly given.

Care that comes from the top

Iden Manor is a family business; owned and run by two generations of people who passionately believe that Care should underpin every element of the support they give to residents. They are dedicated to providing excellent quality care within what is widely recognised to be a massively challenged industry. 

To deliver great care is dependent on attracting and retaining the very best people – at all levels and across all roles. 'Good enough' is never good enough for us. And if evidence is needed that the ethos and commitment of our leaders are shared, you only have to look at the commitment of our people, many of whom have been with us for many years – some since the very beginning.

Care that aligns with best practice

'Delivering care consistently' is in part achieved through the integration of efficient and effective administrative practices with first class standards of care. Delivery has to be in accordance with the requirements for registration and supplementary regulations, within the guidance and regulations of the Health and Social Care Act 2008, and subsequent Care Act 2014.

At its most simplistic, our primary objective is that residents live in a clean, comfortable and safe environment, and be treated with respect and sensitivity to their individual needs and abilities.

In reality, this means that, through the provision of our care service, we strive to: 

  • deliver a service of the highest quality that will improve and sustain the service user’s overall quality of life
  • ensure that the care service is delivered flexibly, attentively and in a non-discriminatory fashion while respecting the service user’s right to independence, privacy, dignity, fulfilment and the rights to make informed choices and to take risks
  • ensure that that each service user’s needs and values are respected in matters of religion, race, culture or ethnic origin, sexuality or sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status, parenthood and disabilities or impairments
  • ensure that the care service in whole is delivered in accordance with the statement of terms and conditions agreed at the point of moving into the home
  • manage and implement a formal programme of staff planning, selection, recruitment, training and personal development to enable service user care needs to be met
  • manage the care service efficiently and effectively to make the best use of resources and to maximise value for money for the service user
  • ensure that all service users receive written information on the home’s procedures for handling complaints, comments and compliments, and how to use it.

Every resident has a detailed care plan which is adhered to and updated on a regular basis.

All of the care staff at Iden Manor are appropriately qualified to deliver the highest standard of care, and all participate in a continuous staff training programme designed to ensure that standards are maintained.

A quality-orientated approach underpins all elements of service delivery and so a high degree of quality awareness is developed amongst all staff, through appropriate training, management and leadership.

We respond swiftly to the latest initiatives and developments in care practice and observe ‘best practice’ guidance from professional bodies such as the CQC, Skills for Health, NMC, SCIE and NICE as well as other research-based organisations.

Care that comes from the heart and lifts the soul

Over and above our prescribed duties as deliverers of care, we do all we can at Iden Manor, to celebrate the person and ensure they live their life to the full, enjoying every day.

This means acknowledging the value in everyone.

It means celebrating each and every person for who they are, what they do, and what they have done, often during long and fulsome lives.

It means willingly delivering care with love, empathy, passion and commitment – as well as professionalism.

It means having empathy at all times and never forgetting that we are all human – and all individual.

It means listening and responding sensitively to needs, providing respect and dignity always.

It means creating joy and happiness at every opportunity.

It means being the best we can be every day.

This is what delivering care is all about.

To read more about how we deliver Medical care, click here, and for insight to our specialist dementia care unit, The Good Shepherd, click here

It is vital to understand how people want to be looked after and to deliver to their expectations

Senior Manager

If you would like any more information about us or the services that we offer, please contact us at:

Tel: 01580 891261care@idenmanor.co.uk