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The Cedars EMI Residential Care Home Staff Make The Grade

The Cedars Rest Home in Altrincham is committed to the continued training of our staff and the updating of our skills set in the provision of high quality care for the elderly, including those with dementia. We are therefore delighted to congratulate 2 more of our carers for completing their NVQ3 qualification. This is an excellent achievement in what is a quite intensive course, with presentations and forums involving staff with debates on different responsibilities in line with our Resident’s Charter.

Well Done Pen-Y-Garth Staff

Congratulations to two of our care staff at Pen-Y-Garth EMI residential care home, Lesley and Bonnie, on achieving their QCF Health & Social Care Qualifications. Good luck also goes to the many other members of our care team who are currently engaged in undertaking their Diplomas in Care.

On a general note, Pen-Y-Garth was pleased to recently host the latest 3 day dementia training course in the home. This is just the latest in our regular programme of staff training which demonstrates the care home’s commitment to continuously updating our skill set in respect of all the facets in the provision of high quality residential care. Other regular training courses attended by staff in recent months include Fire Safety, Infection Control and Health & Safety and Adult Protection, as well as Reporting and Recording and Personal Centred Care.


The Cedars care home is situated in the leafy suburban village of Bowdon in south Manchester. The home itself is a Victorian property built in the 1870′s and sympathetically converted by Caring UK throughout the 1980′s. The care home caters for 34 residents in mainly single room, en-suited accommodation and has a range of spacious communal facilities with large outdoor spaces and landscape designed gardens.


Pen-Y-Garth care home is situated in the rural village of Brymbo, just four miles from the North Wales town of Wrexham. A Georgian property set in 2 acres of landscaped grounds and with stunning panoramic views of the countryside, the home was originally converted to its role as a care home in 1985 and extended five years later with the addition of a purpose built EMI wing. Pen-Y-Garth now provides exceptional 24-hour residential and EMI residential care for up to 44 residents.
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