About Our Team

Woolton Grange has 39 members of staff: 24 of whom are directly involved with providing care for the service users. Between them they have over 100 years care experience.  23% of Staff involved with care hold an NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care and more than 90% of staff hold an NVQ level 2 and others are working towards their NVQ2.

The Registered Manager oversees the day to day running of the Home.  The Deputy Manager supports this role and takes charge in the absence of the Manager.  Senior Carers and Carers tend to the care of Service Users.

The Administrator and Head Office is responsible for dealing with fees and clients personal allowance, suppliers’ invoices and payroll.

Domestic and Maintenance personnel are to ensure the home is a safe and clean environment at all times following the regulations set by COSHH and HSE.

Our 2 cooks work on alternate days preparing and providing meals to our residents 3 times a day to meet each individual dietary need.

Mission Statement

It is the objective of Woolton Grange Care Home to provide care to all residents to a standard of excellence which embraces fundamental principles of Good Care Practice, and that this may be witnessed and evaluated through the practice, conduct and control of quality care in the Home. It is a fundamental ethos that those residents who live in the Home should be able to do so in accordance with the Home’s Statement of Values.

It is the objective of the Home that residents shall live in a clean, comfortable and safe environment, and be treated with respect and sensitivity to their individual needs and abilities. Staff will be responsive to the individual needs of residents and will provide the appropriate degree of care to assure the highest possible quality of life within the Home.

We are committed to shaping local dementia care and having people living with dementia lead happier lives, as long as they can.

Making our home, your home

Woolton Grange Care Home aims to provide its residents with a secure, relaxed, and homely environment in which their care, well-being and comfort is of prime importance.

Carers will strive to preserve and maintain the dignity, individuality and privacy of all residents within a warm and caring atmosphere, and in so doing will be sensitive to the residents’ ever-changing needs. Such needs may be medical / therapeutic (for physical and mental welfare), cultural, psychological, spiritual, emotional and social, and residents are encouraged to participate in the development of their individualised Care Plans in which the involvement of family and friends may be appropriate and is greatly valued.

This will be achieved through programmes of activities designed to encourage mental alertness, self esteem, social interaction with other residents and with recognition of the following core values of care which are fundamental to the Philosophy of our Home:


All Care Staff within the Home will be appropriately qualified to deliver the highest standards of care. A continuous staff training programme is implemented to ensure that these high standards are maintained in line with the latest initiatives and developments in Care Practices as may be laid down in appropriate legislation, regulations and Care Standards.