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Acorn Lodge Nursing Home

1 Guido Street, Failsworth, Manchester, M35 0AL


Summary

  • Requires improvement

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  • 3.6 (7)

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  • 85 beds

    Maximum occupancy

  • Covid-19 response

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  • 1994

    Date opened

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Types of care provided

  • Residential care

    Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.

  • Nursing care

    Medical care from a qualified nurse, and treatment for residents with illness or injuries.

  • Dementia care

    Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.

Services and specialisms

  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Dementia
  • Mental health conditions

Care home features

  • 85 beds
  • Purpose built, opened in 1994

Prices

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Funding for care in England

If your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care.

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Customer reviews

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3.6 (7 reviews)

  • Mary jamedo

    a month ago

    I Have a family member who has been in the home for about a year it has been difficult with everything happening with the virus recently but the home has kept me informed about everything I cannot pra…

    I Have a family member who has been in the home for about a year it has been difficult with everything happening with the virus recently but the home has kept me informed about everything I cannot praise the staff enough from management to cleaners to the activity girls and of course nursing and care staff
    I recommend this home to anyone looking for somewhere for their loved ones

  • YiMan

    a year ago

    READ THIS!! Horrible place,Very stingy company. For a 12h shift u get 90mins unapid break. Usually it's 60 mins for 12h shift not 90. And very unorganized place. Worked there few times with agency. I …

    READ THIS!! Horrible place,Very stingy company. For a 12h shift u get 90mins unapid break. Usually it's 60 mins for 12h shift not 90. And very unorganized place. Worked there few times with agency. I don't recommend to anyone who looks for a job to start working there. Most of the staff there is unhappy and the main reason is the 90 mins unpaid breaks,also some of the staff is very rude to you especially if you're agency.not very good working conditions either besides the food is not enough many times for all residents and very bad food in my opinion. Just horrible, and also been threatened by the company on the phone with my agency to delete this review which I didn't. That should say a lot about them. Digsuting

  • Mersey beat

    a year ago

    I have worked here for about 6 years as a carer and the work is very rewarding don’t get paid for breaks or uniform but that’s the same in most places
    Shifts are ok wages are just basic rate staff are great

  • Robert Trent

    a year ago

    My wife’s aunt is currently at acorn lodge where she has been for the past year or so the staff are very caring They always keep us informed. She has put weight on since moving into the home and parti…

    My wife’s aunt is currently at acorn lodge where she has been for the past year or so the staff are very caring
    They always keep us informed. She has put weight on since moving into the home and particularly enjoys the activities As a family we would recommend this home

  • s c

    a year ago

    Appealing care., rude staff do nit consider this place for your loved one. I’ve never known such incompetency. My dad who is immobile and has speech problems was left for hours on end, not washed in t…

    Appealing care., rude staff do nit consider this place for your loved one. I’ve never known such incompetency. My dad who is immobile and has speech problems was left for hours on end, not washed in three days Si his nails were black and he smelled. When trying to tell the Carer something (I use the term lorsely as they do nit care) she shouted at him. He’s supposed to have hourly visits and hasn’t had, the place absolutely stinks and lacks general standards of hygiene and despite me finding an alternative nursing home it has taken me 7 hours and endless phone calls today to no avail.... quite simply put the home should not be responsible for caring for the most vulnerable elderly people. Inadequate care bordering on abuse/neglect if you’re considering this place take it off your list. It’s truly shocking I would be giving it zero stars if I could. Absolutely heartbreaking to see the stands of care. I’ll be making an official and lengthy complete to the care quality commission.... would trust there prior to take my dog for a walk never mind care fur by dad.

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Regulator's inspection rating

Overall Requires improvement

Last inspection

21 Aug 2019

Safe
Requires improvement
Effective
Good
Caring
Good
Responsive
Requires improvement
Well led
Requires improvement
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