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About Amberley Care Home

Amberley Care Home is located in Sale, Greater Manchester, in a residential neighbourhood. Nursing, Dementia, Residential, and Respite Care are among the care services we proudly provide. We take pride in giving as much assistance as is necessary to ensure that each of our residents lives a rich, fulfilling, and meaningful life. It’s essential that residents keep their passions and interests, and that they make the most of each day by doing what they enjoy. Visitors are welcome at any time, and we have an open-door policy for family and loved ones.

Our Values at Amberley

At Amberley Care Home, we cherish the time we get to spend with each and every one of our residents, and love learning all about the extraordinary lives they lead. That is why it is our responsibility at Amberley to ensure that all of our residents receive the care, love, and attention they deserve from our teams, no matter what.

To ensure that each and every one of our residents receive the appropriate degree of care for their situation, our teams work incredibly closely with our residents, and guarantee that they get the around-the-clock care they deserve. We’re here to provide a helping hand anytime you might need it, whether you need a friendly face to talk to, or just a little additional reassurance.

Amberley Care Home has been developed with our residents in mind. In all of our residences, we strive to create a friendly environment in which visitors feel like they are truly a member of the Amberley family. We take great satisfaction in giving the greatest quality care to our residents, and providing expert guidance and assistance to their family is a vital step towards being the most efficient carers we can be.

Since the day we first opened our doors, we’ve recognised and appreciated the value of working together as a team to make someone’s day better. We’ve always placed a significant focus on developing relationships between staff, residents, and their families, which has allowed us to have a much deeper understanding of our residents than we could have ever initially thought of.

This has also allowed us to create tailored care plans and solutions for each of our residents, which has been important to our long-term success. We take great satisfaction in creating a home where our residents have complete access to a variety of amenities that are certain to make their days more enjoyable and improve their lives tenfold.

Our principles at Amberley highlight the assets that each resident contributes and brings to the table, and we recognise each person’s uniqueness and array of skills. Our beliefs emphasise independence, decency, and providing excellent, individually tailored care to all of our residents. We are committed to ensuring that our residents are pursuing the lifestyles they want to and bring them the most joy, as well as assisting their relatives and friends in any way in which we can.

Respect and Individuality

We appreciate how difficult it is to make the decision to enter a care facility, whether you’re looking for yourself or on behalf of somebody who you love. However, no matter your situation or what you’re considering, we don’t see why our residents’ sense of independence should suddenly vanish. We want to make sure you can continue to do the activities you enjoy in the same way you have in the past. One of Amberley’s key ideals is that everyone deserves a comfortable and dignified life in our home in the metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester.

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Customised Care Assessments

Every single one of our Amberley residents is unique, so why should their healthcare be any different? We are extremely proud of the care we provide to each of our residents, as well as the customised care plans we create to guarantee they receive the best possible care. It is always a great honour for us to get to know all of our residents on a one-on-one basis, and it allows us to provide unrivalled around-the-clock care to each and every one of them.

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Meet the Team

  • Home Manager

    Fiona White

    We would like to welcome Fiona White to Amberley Care Home as the new Home Manager.

    Fiona has a wealth of experience to bring to the home following her first career in advertising, marketing and media. However, in her late twenties she decided she wanted to follow a career in nursing and has since worked in the healthcare industry for over 24 years specialising in older people nursing and dementia care.

    In 2015, Fiona joined Sunrise Senior Living as Registered Manager of Sunrise of Eastbourne and within three years had taken the home from Requires Improvement to achieving an Outstanding CQC rating in four of the five Key Lines of Enquiry, something that only the top 2% of homes in England achieve. Fiona has since worked as Regional Director for both Sunrise and Care UK before taking on an exciting new role as Head of Operations overseeing the commissioning a new private acute psychiatric hospital in Brighton.

    Fiona has two grown up daughters, one a dental nurse and one an equestrian who shares her passion for horses, three of whom who have also relocated with her. In addition to her horses, Fiona has three Border Terrier dogs and enjoys the country way of life, in particular horse-riding, walking the dogs and her latest new hobby of sea fishing.

  • Deputy Manager

    Jodie Calderbank

    Jodie brings a wealth of experience to her role, having been a Nurse for 14 years working in acute and community settings and gaining management experience. Jodie is passionate about the Amberley team delivering care to an exceptional standard and ensuring that the home offers the very best place for our residents to live and for our team to work at.

  • Residential Lead

    Kerry Griffiths

    Kerry is our Residential Lead and has worked in health and social care for 27 years. Kerry’s background is working with people with learning disabilities. Having started on an apprenticeship, Kerry completed her NVQ2 in health and social and then continued to climb the ladder from a care assistant, senior care, deputy manager, and then a manager of a small unit for young adults with learning disabilities. Kerry has completed her NVQ 2,3 and 4 in health and social care and in 2018 decided that she would take a new path and change over to working with the elderly. Kerry has now been part of the team at Amberley for 2 years.

  • Head Housekeeper

    Angela Millward

    Angela has been working as a Head Housekeeper throughout Care Homes for the last 10 years, starting as a Domestic Assistant and progressed to Head of Department within a year. Angela has gained a multitude of experience in the sector and has a very good understanding of what is required to lead and manage her team of dedicated and professional staff to provide all of our residents with a luxurious, clean, safe and homely environment and ensuring they’re time at Amberley Care Home is as welcoming and comfortable as being in their own home.

  • Catering Manager

    Sarah Russell

    Sarah has a passion for food and making people happy with it. She has worked within the care sector for around 8 years and worked her way up to Head Chef at the age of the age of 23.
    Sarah took a short break from the care sector after having her son but she missed the environment so much that she returned to it. Amberley feels like an extra family to her, something that she’s never really felt in any other working environment.
    Sarah is passionate about delivering a fine dining meal experience to our residents and believes they deserve the best of quality presented to them and strives to ensure that they receive a first class catering service at all times which meets all of their dietary needs and expectations.

  • Maintenance Manager

    Darren Ellerton

    Darren is our new Maintenance Manager who has worked for himself for many years as a master woodcarver, but after a house move, he spent a year renovating a new property and was asked to help with maintenance in a local care home and ended up staying for a few years as the Maintenance Manager. Darren is excited to be joining Amberley and getting to know all the residents.

  • Admin Manager

    Jacqui Ellerton

    Jacqui is our Admin Manager here at Amberley Care Home, having previously been self-employed for 25 years. Prior to this, Jacqui worked in administrative managerial roles within the NHS and private business and is delighted to be back in the care sector.


How We Care For Our Residents

Since Amberley first opened its doors, our professionals have been dedicated to supporting our residents through everything life throws at them. We take great pride in creating homes where our residents have complete access to a variety of individualised care alternatives and can be certain that our teams are aware of each resident’s distinctive skills and abilities. We want nothing more than to recognise them and celebrate alongside them, and help them achieve anything they might want to.

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