Relatives meal with residents
Special dietary requirements
For those wishing to travel further afield, there is a bus service nearby which will take you into the centre of the city or to any of the villages on the outskirts. All of the rooms are single occupancy; most have en-suite facilities.
Kingscourt is a three-storey building with two staircases and a passenger lift to ensure all residents, staff and visitors can easily move around the home. There are communal areas on the ground floor, comprising one lounges, a dining room and a conservatory where residents may relax and enjoy the home. There is a small garden at the back for Residents who wish to sit outside on lovely sunny days. There are car parking spaces at the front.
All service users will undergo an assessment to ensure we are able to meet their needs, our service will provide support which encourages personal growth and development, we aim to encourage and promote motivation and independence. All service users will have their own care plan which will be compiled with the service users, their family members and professional bodies. Our care plans will detail the requirements of the individual; this will include daily tasks, activities, personal requirements, risk assessments and their likes and dislikes. Each service user will have the opportunity to discuss their wishes with their General Practitioner.
In 2018 Kingscourt welcomed Lindsey Crone to the home as its new Manager. “With over 20 years experience with 10 of these being within the social care setting, I am looking forward to working closely with our team here at Kingscourt in ensuring that our residents feel safe and happy in their home”
The home provides care for up to 37 older people. All visitors are welcome. If you would like to book a tour of the home or know more about nursing homes vacancies please contact the manager directly, who will be more than pleased to assist you.
Links to Local Church
Visiting support services (GP, dentist, optician, etc.)
Minibus or other transport
Accept direct referrals
Accept referrals from Local authorities
Respite and short stays (subject to availability)
Doreen and George from Kingscourt enjoyed a trip out on Friday to The House of Memories in Liverpool Museum. The House of Memories is a museum-led dementia awareness programme which offers training and museum-based activities to enable carers to provide person-centred care for people living with dementiaRead more…
On Friday 29th March, residents and relatives at Kingscourt enjoyed an afternoon singing and dancing along to entertainer Sharon Holdstock with maraca’s and funky glasses!Read more…