The Minster Grange Care Home is an 83 bed Care Home with nursing providing care for Physically Frail, Dementia, Younger Physically Disabled residents, Respite Stays and End of Life Palliative Care. Our Care Home provides a calm and tranquil atmosphere and the home is ideal for those looking for somewhere safe and comfortable to live. It is registered with the Care Quality Commission and is within easy reach of local facilities and easily accessible by road, bus or train. Please feel free to visit or telephone at any time for viewing and advice.
Experienced registered nurses and care assistants, selected for their skills, operate a 24 hour service, delivering quality care to suit individual nursing care needs. An experienced Manager supervises the day to day running of the home and ensures that the care delivered encompasses social, physical, psychological and environmental needs.
Modern design, spacious with natural light, which makes it comfortable and relaxing. Lifts provide access to all floors. All bedrooms are single occupancy with en-suite amenities. Residents may personalise their bedrooms with their own possessions such as a piece of furniture or ornaments. There are lounges, a dining room and activity room where friends can join you. A secure garden with circular walks can be used when you wish. A comfortable multi-sensory room. We work at your pace giving you the help that you need.
Individual care plans enable staff to continually monitor each resident's progress and general health. This is monitored by our Quality Assured procedures, which have an ongoing review, to ensure the care provisions meet the needs of the individual.
Wholesome, home cooked food will be provided in a relaxed atmosphere at times convenient to you. Dietary needs and cultural preferences are catered for. Individual CareResidents needs will be assessed by a nurse. Realistic plans of care will be put into place to give you the assistance and support needed. Access to specialist services are available. Equipment, like special beds,hoists and baths help you receive care in a safe, comfortable and dignified manner. Opportunities to pursue one's interests and wishes will be supported by our activities co-ordinator.
All bathrooms and shower rooms have disabled access. Our hair salon has all the latest facilities and the hairdresser is available two days per week.
Visitors are welcome at any time, to our "home from home". Meals can be taken in one of the dining rooms or in the privacy of their own room. Laundry services are provided by our housekeeping team.
Aug 10th, 2018
Minster Grange Care Home residents have a great time working on their pictures. Sia really enyed concentrating on hers. It’s something most of us enjoy, people with and without dementia. Audrey loved painting a bird box, the finished article was gorgeous...
Jun 08th, 2018
Minster Grange Care Home with Jo Sparks residents sing along, Ray and residents at garden club coating everything in soil and planting tomatoes. Joan reminiscing about playing the piano. Andy Lloyd entertaining the residents in Ash as we all enjoyed dancing and singing along. Lastly Chris leading music and movement in Copper lounge with residents working hard on their leg stretching.
Apr 13th, 2018
Minster Grange Care Home resident was ONE of the last members of 'The Few' that was honoured in military style as he celebrated his 99th birthday.
Terry Clark, from Wheldrake, is one of nine surviving RAF veterans from the Battle of Britain.On his 99th birthday on Wednesday, April 11, Group Captain Keith Taylor, commanding officer of RAF Linton-on-Ouse, with a contingent from the station, and members of the Military Wives Choir, joined guests at his birthday party at Minster Grange Care Home. “I’m not special,” said Terry. “I was just doing my job.
Read the full story on York Press News yorkpress.co.uk, War hero Terry Celebrates 99 years
Nov 24th, 2017
The 'York Press' publish a positive article about the care at Minster Grange Care Home following them receiving a ‘good’ rating in every category in its most recent report by the watchdog body, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who gave an unannounced inspection...
Nov 02nd, 2017
By evidencing care electronically, Minster Grange has improved fluid input among the people they care for, which can in turn decrease falls, UTIs, courses of antibiotics and hospital admissions.
Alison Redhead, the manager at Minster Grange, believes that one of the most valuable features of MCM is its fluid monitoring capabilities. Using Group Reporting, Alison has a detailed overview of care delivery, and can quickly and easily spot trends where care needs to be improved. Please read more on the PDF below...
Sep 08th, 2017
Minster Grange Care Home are proud waving resident Mr Terry Clark off to spend the day meeting and greeting at RAF Leeming before being guest of honour at tonights formal dinner. Terry is Yorkshire’s only surviving member of the Battle of Britain Squadron and author of the book “Five of the Few”. All our residents are special to us but we felt particularly proud of Terry and so grateful to him and his squadron.
Jun 14th, 2017
For Hannah’s birthday at Minster Grange Care Home her mum booked these birds of prey and then invited us all to meet them. It was a very informative as the man from Eagle Eye Falconry explained everything about the birds – I didn’t know why they had different coloured eyes. We all celebrated Hannah’s birthday with a special tea and we all had a lovely day thanks to Hannah's mum...
May 25th, 2017
These three lovely ladies, Oenone Pashley, Sandra Vardy and Christine Spencely are starting a new group to support relatives at Minster Grange Care Home.
It’s not always easy moving home and these three are here to help. They know their way round Minster Grange and can help you help your relative as only another relative can.
Please contact Richard, Alison or the nurse of Beech Unit at Minster Grange Care Home if you would like to speak to them or join the group. It is a new idea and still evolving so let us know how you think they can help.
Apr 28th, 2017
Minster Grange Care Home staff and residents loved watching the musical duo Keith and Patricia's April performance. Residents were singing and even instructing staff members on how to cha-cha-cha. A great afternoon was had by all.
Residents also enjoyed making the most of the beautiful York weather for St Georges Day. Happily overindulging in an English high tea in the garden. Brier staff have been working with residents to help them complete a new jigsaw puzzle...
Apr 20th, 2017
Staff at Minster Grange Care Home getting into the Easter spirit, all very determined to win the egg and spoon race. Residents loved celebrating Good Friday by creating Easter bonnets for our afternoon Easter Bonnet Parade. Residents and staff shared in lots of Easter eggs, an Easter egg hunt and cuddles with friends and family.
A huge thank you go Salvation Army York who came to Minster Grange to give a beautiful Good Friday Service. All our residents, staff and family members enjoyed the afternoon and are already looking forward to the groups return in the summer...
Apr 12th, 2017
Congratulations to the lucky winners of our Minster Grange care Home Grand National sweepstakes. And to the rest, better luck next year.
And a huge thank you to Calvary Chapel York who came to perform a beautiful Palm Sunday Service. Our residents, staff and families members all really enjoyed sharing in the afternoon mass.
Mar 17th, 2017
Minster Grange Care Home was proud to host York City Football Club Foundation for a sports memorabilia coffee morning. Residents enjoyed chatting with York City Football Club players and staff about past sporting triumphs of both the club and general sporting achievements whilst enjoying some tea and cake. York City Football Club have also been kind enough to offer some of our residents free tickets to upcoming YCFC games.
Mar 17th, 2017
Minster Grange Care Home residents, relatives and staff alike, all enjoyed the musical styling of Matthew Jones-Green. A North Yorkshire guitarist who provides not only music but some reminiscence therapy throughout his sessions. Staff and residents were up dancing around all afternoon and have already requested another concert from Mr Jones-Green in the coming months.
Feb 03rd, 2017
" I am with my wife for at least three hours, seven days a week at Minster Grange Care Home, York. I see the care and attention given to my wife; This is not just caring, this is love given. Her needs are taken care of whatever they are. I can go home and sleep at night knowing she is in excellent care".
Lewis K (Husband of resident)
Jan 26th, 2017
Bar night at Minster Grange Care Home.
Residents and staff alike loved recreating the famous British game show "Play your cards right". Happily shouting out the answer along with many of Bruce Forsyth's famous sayings such as "you don't get nothing for a pair, not in this game".
Jan 08th, 2017
Minster Grange Care Home Christmas Carol Performances
A very big thank you goes out to both Calvery Chapel York along with The Parish Church of St Thomas York who came to give our residents a bit of Christmas cheer over the holiday period. Singing many of our favourite Christmas hymns and Christmas carols whilst enjoying a glass of mulled wine and a few to many mince pies.
Nov 22nd, 2016
Residents from The Minster Grange recently enjoyed a bonfire night party. Residents enjoyed hot chocolate with marshmallows and cream, Bailey's optional, while they enjoyed music and indoor fireworks. The kitchen cooked a special bonfire night tea including pumpkin soup, chilli, hot dogs and pumpkin pie. A great time was had by all.
Nov 22nd, 2016
Minster Grange Care Home held its first annual remembrance service. Residents and staff had spent the week personalising our giant poppy's which were dedicated to those who served in the wars or those who still serve in our armed forces. Throughout the service staff and residents read poems or readings from the Bible. After some war time songs everyone sang the national anthem. Terry, who is 98, was a navigator in the war and kindly carried and laid our poppy wreath.
Nov 22nd, 2016
Andy and Mark, from The Minster Grange young disabled unit, enjoyed a trip to see the Queen Extravaganza concert at the Barbican. The show was amazing and everyone enjoyed singing along to the well known songs. It is definitely a group we would go and see again.
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