Priority Care Home is situated off Manningham Lane, 1 mile from the centre of Bradford, and adjacent to the historical picturesque Lister Park, nestled amongst a diverse community of historical architecture.
Set in 4.5 acres of land Priority Care home is set back from the main road, sheltered amongst peaceful and private gardens that surround the care home, ensuring tranquillity, calm, and a sense of security for our residents.
Priority Care is easily accessible to families, friends, or representatives of the residents. With three local train stations (Bradford Interchange, Bradford Foster Square and Frizinghall), all within a 1.3-mile radius. Plus, a bus stop less that 2-minute walk away from Priority Care.
Our aim at Priority Care to achieve a standard of excellence and good practice, whilst delivering a service that is person centred and bespoke to each resident. Our ultimate objectives is to deliver a tailored service to each resident to enhance their overall quality, comfort, and enjoyment of life. Priority Care’s core values include:
To ensure that all residents are given the power, right and liberty to make choices for themselves. In the instance of limitations, Priority Care will support the residence in making the decision in their best interest.
EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY
At Priority Care we are committed to encourage diversity. Our culture is to respect each person values, religions and believes, to allow each resident to feel valued and respected.
We are committed to ensuring the upmost privacy of all our residents. Including when delivering personal care, handling matters of sensitivity and when managing personal information.
At Priority Care, we build relationships by respecting to one another, our residents, and families at all times. We seek an inclusive and welcoming environment, that shows kindness, empathy, and respect.
To ensure that a resident’s dignity is upheld at all times, giving a sense of self-respect and self-worth.
To ensure that all residents have the power to act, speak and think independently. They will be encouraged and assisted to make their own decisions and control their own lives, where possible.
To ensure that each resident is treated as an individual and to recognise that their needs, personalities, values and beliefs will be unique to them.
To achieve the best possible case and wellbeing for each our residents, we will ensure to work collaboratively and in partnership with their family members, friends, representatives and other multi-disciplinary teams.
To ensure that each our residents rights are upheld and respected at all times regardless of their gender, religion, culture, race, sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status, disability or age.