Crimson Manor is a specialist, 20 bed dementia care home offering long term residental care, short stay and day care. We are based in the village of Milnsbridge in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. The home benefits from beautiful views over Colne Valley.
Whether joining Crimson Manor for full time residential care or for day care, we hope everyone who receives our care feels supported to enjoy their remaining years. Our mission is to provide best practice dementia care as well as innovative approaches to enable people with dementia to not just live well, but to thrive.
Care until the end of life: Dementia is a degenerative disease and we expect people's needs to change over time. As a specialist dementia care home we are able to adapt to escalating care needs, ensuring that our residents do not have to suffer the trauma of changing care homes later on.
Individual bedrooms: Each bedroom is individually decorated and has en-suite facilities. Bedrooms are all fitted with specialist locks that never lock a person in but can be locked to keep other residents out. Residents are also able to have their own key. All bedrooms have telephones with free national, local and mobile calls. A nurse call system with a range of adaptations is fitted in each room. All rooms have fully mobile profiling beds and pressure relieving mattresses. We encourage residents to bring their own possessions to make their room feel like home.
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Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am to 4pm
All meals, snacks and drinks are included as standard.
We can arrange flexible start and finish times to suit each individual, with start times as early as 8am and finishing as late as 6pm.
Supported bathing is available as an optional extra.
We provide a full activity programme which people can choose to engage in or simple enjoy relaxing in the home's quiet spaces and secure gardens.
Day care clients also have the option of joining our outings and excursions.
The safety of our residents and day clients is our top priority:
In line with current guidance we support visiting. Relatives and friends are seen as central to the quality of life of our residents and we will do all we can to ensure visiting is safe and continues to be supported.
See our Covid-19 statement for more informatoin
Unfortuantely, it is widely acknowleged that Kirklees funding rates do not cover the cost of care. Many care homes will, therefore, accept residents at Kirklees' funded rates and overcharge self-funding residents in order to subsidise the lower rates of Kirklees' funded residents. In effect, this operates like a 'tax' on self-funding residents which unfairly inflates the cost of their care. In some homes, self funding residents can pay several hundred pounds more per week than Kirklees' funded residents.
Fair Fees Policy: Crimson Manor does not believe such fee arrangements are ethical. Self funding residents should not have to subsidise the care fees of other residents. We operate a Fair Fees for Self Funders policy. All residents pay the same care fees irrespective of funding arrangements. This ensures we can provide care at reasonable rates for everyone.
See our fees page for full information
“My husband had Alzheimer's but he was settled and happy at Crimson Manor. He wasn't easy to deal with but the staff were extremely patient and caring with him. My husband really enjoyed the food at the home and joining in the wide variety of activities"
“This is one of the homes I'd be happy to end up in myself."
"It's a great place to be part of, filled with great care staff, supportive management and amazing residents. It feels like home. I have grown and learnt so much. Crimson Manor is a place I am grateful to be part of as it's had a massive impact on my life".