St Catherine's Care Home in Bolton
A Warm Welcome to St Catherine's Care Home, Horwich
You’ll find St Catherine’s Care Home in a pleasant area in Horwich. We are a short drive from Bolton town centre, and close to public transport, making us easily accessible for visitors to pop-in for a chat.
Our Care team offers residential care for people who need help with daily tasks, and nursing care for those who have complex medical needs. We also provide 24-hour nursing dementia care provided by specialist teams trained in the complexities of looking after those living with dementia, who may also have other long-term medical conditions.
Our dementia care is accredited as part of Four Seasons Dementia Care Framework.
We run a busy activities programme at St Catherine's Care Home, including regular days out, visits from entertainers, and competing in the local carnival designing a float every year, and usually winning. We also have strong links with the local church and schools, who often visit our residents.
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Care Available and Weekly Fees
Fees start from £940 per week
We provide care for those who are publicly funded as well as those paying for their own care. For those who are paying for their own care, our weekly fees are broken down by the main care types we offer.Learn More
Life at St Catherines Care Home
"I cannot give praise enough!"
"I have found the staff to be extremely helpful, caring, knowledgeable and extremely hard working."
"I would highly recommend St Catherines, it is by far the best care home that we have used."
Learn more about the care available
For people with an on-going medical condition. This is similar to residential care but with the addition of 24-hour support from a team of qualified nurses. Learn More
Nursing Dementia Care
This is 24-hour nursing care provided by specialist teams trained in the complexities of looking after those living with dementia, who may also have other long-term medical conditions. Learn More
Residential support is for people who need a little help with day to day living such as washing, dressing, eating and taking their regular medication. Learn More
Palliative and End of Life Care
This is specialist support for people with a life-limiting illness to relieve their symptoms and make them as comfortable as possible. We understand that this can be a sensitive time and teams offer compassionate support, providing advice or an opportunity to talk. Learn More
If you are looking for care, we meet hundreds of individuals, family members and friends in a similar position and would be happy to show you the home and discuss care options. Please call, email or fill in the form below.
- Queen Street, Horwich, Bolton, Lancashire, BL6 5QU
Care Home ManagerView bio
Care Home Manager
Gill has worked in the Health and Social Care sector for over 30 years and has been with St Catherine’s for 10 years. From a young age, Gill has enjoyed looking after people, which is why she’s always wanted a career in nursing.
Why did you decide to join Four Seasons Health Care?
I thought it was great that the managers gave their team members so much support. Since joining, I’ve also felt supported by the other managers within my region too. I’m very excited about my future and what the company has to offer.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
It gives me great job satisfaction when I see our residents happy and smiling. I also love having a great team of staff and working in partnership with the wider community.
What are your favourite hobbies and pastimes?
My hobbies include, knitting, sewing any craft making. I also have a great interest in end of life care and nutrition.
Are there any highlights in your career you are particularly proud of?
I’m very proud of attending university and gaining my diploma in higher education and a nursing qualification as a mature student.
What do you feel is your biggest achievement outside of your career?
My greatest achievement outside my career is bringing up my five children.
What are your Qualifications?
In 1989, I started my career in a care home for the elderly. I went on to complete my NVQ level two and three and started to working in a nursing adult branch in 2007. I was there for two years before working as a registered nurse for three years. For the last eight years I have been a Home Manager.
- Contact Number: 01204 827960