Our home in Wigan was purchased in 1995 and opened in 1996 after renovations were completed. Jah-Jireh Wigan is different from our other care homes as it is also registered as a Nursing Home and cares for some of our more frail residents. We care for the elderly and also some younger brothers and sisters who have physical disabilities. It is a two storey building with lounges and sitting areas on both levels. The lounges and dining room overlook the gardens which are beautifully maintained with comfortable sitting areas that can be utilised for entertaining visitors.
We have nurses on duty 24 hours a day who work under the close direction of both our Nursing Manager (an RGN) and Business Manager, along with a team of experienced carers, 40% of which have been working with us for more than 5 years.
If you need help filling in the application form, please contact the admissions department.
Registered Manager: Tracey Gandesha
Type of Service: Residential/Nursing Care
CQC Maximum Capacity: 45
141 Springfield Road, Wigan, WN6 7RH
T: 01942 243533
For general enquiries please contact us.
The registered manager is Tracey Gandesha who has been working with us since 2003 and has been working in the care sector since she was 16 years old. Tracey and her husband Manna have many years experience managing the Blackpool home together before moving to Wigan and Manna, as a Senior Support Manager provides excellent support to the whole team as his focus is caring for the residents and their spirituality and person centred care. This is a big asset to Wigan as we not only are registered to provide nursing care but we also have the Butterfly Suite providing extra care for those suffering from dementia.
See Join our Team page for more information on working with us at Jah-Jireh and apply for a role today.
Tea Dance hosted by Wigan Council for those living with Dementia. Lots of fun for all involved.
"Research suggests that listening to or singing songs can provide emotional and behavioural benefits for people with Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. Musical memories are often preserved in Alzheimer's disease because key brain areas linked to musical memory are relatively undamaged by the disease." (Mayo Clinic)