Resident Supervisors

Meet Our Resident Supervisors

Here at Manor Grange, we understand that our family just wouldn’t be complete without our residents. It’s their home, and we want to make sure that Manor Grange is everything that they’d ever want it to be and more. That’s why we have our two incredible Resident Supervisors, Eliza and Collette always on hand to speak out on behalf of our residents, as well as help out around the home whenever they want to.


Eliza always likes to help out in and around the home by answering the telephone in reception as well as taking new residents under her wing by supporting them and helping them to meet other residents. She often encourages other residents to participate in an array of activities and is also very well known for being a familiar face at mealtimes in their early days of coming into the home. She has also been known to sit in on interviews for new staff, making sure that they’ll fit right in at Manor Grange Care Home.


Collette, however, enjoys helping out at the bar by serving drinks and refreshments to her fellow residents to ensure that they always enjoy themselves here at Manor Grange. She takes a lot of pride in helping others and loves to be able to lend a hand in… well, everything! Collette is always at the forefront of anything organisational, such as putting up event decorations and making sure that everything that goes on at Manor Grange is pulled off without a hitch.

​​Both ladies are bright and bubbly and thoroughly enjoy socialising with both members of our team and their fellow residents. They also both have wicked senses of humour, which we love to see shine through as they go about their day-to-day lives. We love communicating and sharing ideas with our Resident Supervisors, as it means we can get one step closer to creating a perfect home for all of our residents.

If you are interested in booking a tour with our home manager or would like more information on the services we provide at Manor Grange, do not hesitate to contact our team today.

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