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EAM House is registered under Care Quality Commission providing nursing, respite care services and social care to young people, aged 16 and above. We provide nursing care over 24 hours.
EAM House is a 7 bedded home for young people aged 16 years and older with complex health needs and provides high quality care for these young people with a range of physical/learning disabilities, special needs and complex health needs. We provide both short breaks and long term residential care
As the home is privately owned by Liz Marland, Responsible Individual, providing a high standard of care is our priority and we take great pride in our service, and we hope you will come to agree that EAM House does strive to be:
First for Quality Care
First for Continuity and Stability
First for Dignity and Privacy
First for Providing Safe, High Quality Care for all older children and young adults
Our Acting Manager is Cath Horton, who is also Registered Manager at EAM Lodge in Wythenshawe, Manchester. She is currently going through the registration process and the aim is that she will be the Registered Manager across all homes. Cath has been part of the Management team at EAM for the past nine years.
We have further strengthened our team with Wendy Sookasian, Social Worker, who has worked across many local authorities within the North West of England and also with a number of private organisations. Sue Menzies, Physiotherapist joins us following her long career within Manchester.
These three professionals bring a wide range of talent and experience to our team to enable us to support all of the customers in our care fully in house and to help in directing them to other outside professionals to ensure that they receive the correct levels of support and assistance when they need it most
The first choice for families requiring respite care in the Greater Manchester Area, Cheshire, Merseyside and Lancashire. Respite care is all about creating an environment in which can receive high quality, bespoke care, taking into account the young persons needs and wishes. Young people enjoy care in a homely environment and our service is regulated by Care Quality Commission.
We believe that everyone should be expect individualised care according to their needs. All young people, staying at EAM House will experience a safe, supportive and caring “home from home” environment, which is ideal for them to make friends and have fun.
We believe that everyone spending time at EAM House should find their stay an enjoyable experience. The aim of our staff is to understand and meet the needs and wishes of the individuals in their care. This is achieved through the sensory room, use of the craft facilities, wheelchair dancing , music workshop and days out to local attractions and amenities. EAM House believes that consistency of care is very important to individuals with special needs, as well as maintaining good communicative relationships with them and their family.
Please contact us to enquire about residential , short breaks and respite care.
Referrals can be discussed with Liz Marland on 0161 777 8511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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