Relatives meal with residents
Special dietary requirements
Windy Knowe is one of our care homes with nursing and residential care which also specialises in dementia care, with 49 beds on three floors all accessible by lift. All have access to the extensive gardens to the rear of the building. Visitors are welcomed. If you would like to book a tour of the home please contact Linda Clements, home manager directly, who will be more than pleased to assist you.
Linda joined Springcare and Windy Knowe in September 2020 and is committed and passionate to the smooth running and development of our service users at Windy Knowe. “My aim alongside the team is to provide the highest standards of care for all service users, supporting a holistic approach to their care needs and welcoming families and friends to be a part of that team”
During her spare time, Linda enjoys travelling and looking after her puppy, along with supporting her daughter with her nursing career at University.
At Windy Knowe, an Activities Coordinator is employed within the home to provide individual, group and general activities for the residents. These activities are adapted to suit individual needs and include outside entertainers and trips out utilising our mini bus. As we pride ourselves on both belief in socialising and individual needs, there are three communal lounges, two dining rooms and a quiet room for one to one or private meetings within the home. Our Activities Coordinator liaises with local support groups, churches and schools to provide a varied selection of activities.
All service users will undergo an assessment to ensure we are able to meet their needs, our service will provide support which encourages personal growth and development, we aim to encourage and promote motivation and independence. All service users will have their own care plan which will be compiled with the service users, their family members and professional bodies. Our care plans will detail the requirements of the individual, this will include daily tasks, activities, personal requirements, risk assessments and their likes and dislikes. Each service user will have the opportunity to discuss their wishes with their General Practitioner.
Links to Local Church
Visiting support services (GP, dentist, optician, etc.)
Minibus or other transport
Accept direct referrals
Accept referrals from Local authorities
Respite and short stays (subject to availability)
This year, Dunelm have launched a community Christmas tree. The idea is that gifts will be sent to local people in care homes helping to make their Christmas a bit brighter during these challenging times. Newton Hall in Frodsham have embraced this campaign and entered their residents, by writing initials only and interests on to a tag. The tags will then be…Read more…
We want to ensure that you and your loved are able to enjoy the visit whilst keeping safe and respecting people’s wishes. We’ve received some local guidance from Infection Control and local government on how to re-introduce visiting. You can find out more information on this here.Read more…