Sibbertoft Manor

Testimonials

Andy Marks

Thank you so much to you all for looking after my Father Peter Marks. Sadly he wasn’t with you for long, but you made him comfortable and cared for him in an exemplary manner! Sibbertoft Manor is a credit to all of you and your help has been much appreciated by Tina Marks and I! AAAA++++

Karen Flude

Every member of Staff has so much respect for the Residents and treats them with so much care. Just like they were their own Grand-Parents. Highly recommend.

Melanie Evans

Lovely care home set in beautiful countryside. The staff are amazing and really take time to get to know the residents and their regular visitors.

Louise Kingham

I worked here as a student, and was stunned at the Care Home. The staff were amazing with the residents, and the facilities were second to none. The thought put into activities was amazing, and it was a privalege to see exactly how people should be cared for.

Our sincere thanks for all that you have done for our Mother

“Dear all,

I am writing on behalf of my sisters and myself to convey our sincere thanks for all that you have done for our Mother. She moved to Sibbertoft nearly three years ago and many of you have known her since then. You will have witnessed her changes over those years from someone who found it difficult to settle to latterly a much more peaceful person. Your constant care and friendship with her has been very much appreciated..

It must always be difficult for you to look into a room a find that a face is missing. Please be aware that for us as regular visitors that we will miss you all and think of the many offers of cups of tea or coffee that you kindly made for us.

With all our best wishes for the future and again with all our thanks.”

John and Harriet.

Thank you all for caring for mum so well.

“I visited Mum on Tuesday and I was really warmed to see your activities lady had a plastic envelope specifically tailored for Mum with pictures of Royal Ascot, ladies in their hats, the Queen and various pictures of different race horses, and poems of racing. I just wanted to show my appreciation. Her passion and love was and IS horse racing – she was a member of the Royal Ascot racing club (as you know) and to show her any recognition of those days is marvellous. She loves poetry too. Thank you all for caring for her so beautifully. She always looks clean, tidy, pretty and happy when I visit her. It’s lovely that you are stimulating her as we never really know do we what goes on in her head and how much she actually does understand but can’t communicate?

She also has a huge love of tennis – was Tim Henman, then moved on to Andy Murray!
I am sure she would love it if you could put the telly on for her when Royal Ascot starts next Tuesday and indeed I think Queens tennis is on next week too. I know she zones in and out but all this stimulation and nostalgia I feel will benefit her. And of course Wimbledon tennis. Please keep playing the background music when she is in your main sitting room. She loves singing and music. Also church was a big thing for her but I appreciate you cannot take her to the church services but church was a great comfort to her.

To summarise – keep doing what you are doing! We are so relieved that Mum is in such a compassionate and caring home. We don’t show our gratitude enough but it enables us as sad as it is with Mum’s dementia to carry on with our day to day family lives without worrying about her constantly . And that is what Mum would have wanted. She ALWAYS said our kids and lives must come first.

Thank you all for caring for mum so well.”