Come and Visit.You are welcome to visit any of our care services to understand the benefits we offer. Call 0161 368 2171 or send an emailhere
Polebank Hall was originally constructed as the family home of the Ashtons, who were 19thcentury industrialists and mill owners. It was converted into a care home when the Hall and surrounding gardens were bequeathed to the council. The wealth of the Ashtons can still be seen in the wood panelled hallways and the sumptuous landscaped gardens of the surrounding park. These features provide an environment that is almost unique amongst care homes in the south Manchester area.Polebank Hall has been a part of the Laurel Bank Care group since 1998 and the facilities have been upgraded to allow us to deliver care of the highest quality to our residents. There are several communal seating areas that allow our residents to socialise, take part in activities or take in the views of the parks.Visitors are welcome to join in activities or take their relative on a walk through the parkland.At Polebank Hall we understand that each of our residents is unique and we take care to ensure that each resident is treated as such, both personally and medically. We want to know as much about our residents as possible so that we can help them to enjoy as full and independent a life as possible while they are in our care. We are pleased to care for people from all different backgrounds and faiths.We also provide the following on-site services for our residents that include: on site laundry, personal shopping and hair dressing We also facilitate treatment from other healthcare professionals including: •District nursing service•General practitioner•Audiologist•Dietician•Chiropodist
“The manager and staff are excellent. They always respond to a call no matter what time of day it is. There is always a welcoming atmosphere and it is a calm and peaceful place”.“Staff keep us informed and ring us if there is a problem”.“It’s very good here. The staff are always pleasant and helpful”.“They make sure my husband’s care and spiritual needs are met”.