Castlemanor Nursing Home aims at providing a Home from Home environment for each of its residents.
In doing so we aim at keeping our residents entertained by providing events and activities where they will find there own personal interest and enjoyment.
Activities both Indoor and Outdoor
There are a wide range of activities takes place daily in the nursing home, some of which you will find listed below:
- Current affairs.
- Music and Dance.
- Church Chior.
- Skittles, Draughts, Card Games.
- Light Exercises, both in and out doors.
- Craft making, including Kniting, painting, etc.
The above list is not exhaustive.
Castlemanor is in joint ownership with positve age of a mini bus. The bus is used to facilitate residents on outings in the local community.
Nursing Home Ireland Awards
Ann Cahill who works as a Care Assistant, was selected as one of the three finalist in the Nursing Homes Ireland Awards. Ann was unsucessful on the night but we at Castlemanor are very proud of her achievement. One of our residents received a Certificate for the resident achievement award for the progress she made in learning to read and write and managing to go to Lourdes two consecative years since coming to live in the nursing home.
Residents Committee / Council
We currently have a very successful residents Committee/Council but we need more volunteers to move this into the future, with more options for our residents. If you are interested in been a part of this please contact Ann on 0494327100.
Anyone wishing to view Castlemanor Nursing Home is welcome to do so. Call in Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, or call to make an appointment for Saturday or Sunday on 049 4327100. Our staff will be only too happy to help.
Nursing Home Fairdeal Scheme
If you need nursing home care, you may qualify for the Fair Deal Scheme. if you are medically assessed as needing long term residential care and financially assessed by a Means Test as qualifying for payment. If you visit the HSE website - Older People Services - you will find information on the current Fair Deal Scheme which came into effect from the 27th of October 2009.
The means test always takes account your income and it may also take your assets into account. Your house may be taken into account and, if it is, there are specific rules about how it is treated, in keeping with the Nursing Home (Fairdeal) Regulations. The HSE has considerable discretion in relation to how assets are treated for the purposes of assessing means. The Fairdeal is designed to help with nursing homes costs. It was not designed to meet the full costs.
You or any other person who is paying the costs involved may be able to claim Tax Relief on the costs of your care in a private nursing home. A list of nursing homes approved by the Revenue Commissioners is available by clicking here >>
Department of Health: Private Nursing Homes Subvention >>
Citizens Information: Nursing Homes Fairdeal >>
HSE: Nursing Home Fairdeal Scheme >>
Citizens Information: Tax relief on nursing home fees >>
Revenue: List of Approved Hospitals and Nursing Homes >>