Relatives meal with residents
Special dietary requirements
Residents at Oxton Grange are free to take advantage of the many communal areas it has to offer. On every floor there is a lounge, dining room and disabled toilet access to maintain ease of use within the home. All rooms have en-suite facilities and each room has a nurse call system installed, along with TV aerial, Bedroom furniture is provided, however residents are more than welcome to bring their own furniture to ensure they feel at home.
We offer a wide range of foods at meal time, using fresh produce and can cater for special diets on request.
All visitors are welcomed. If you would like to book a tour of Oxton Grange, please contact the manager directly, who will be more than pleased to assist you.
The Home Manager, Kevin Edwards-Glasse has many years experience in care and gained relevant management qualifications and is committed to maintaining excellent standards of choice, dignity and independence for service users by employing quality, valued and loyal staff.
In 2018 Oxton Grange were delighted to be awarded a contract for Transfer to Assess (T2A) beds by Wirral Social Services and new unit was opened. Our Transfer to Assess nursing beds are found on the Wexford Suite and are there to support hospitals with winter pressures and families to ensure their loved ones are ready for their discharge home. Stays are usually short term and the team at Oxton are supported by an external team of professionals including physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists.
We welcomed a new unit manager to the Wexford Suite, Louise Richardson. “ My vision is to be able to provide excellent care for people who need a period of assessment before continuing with their onward journey”
Louise has 30 years’ experience working in a wide range of care settings from acute to community. “I Look forward to working with the team at Oxton Grange and making a difference with Springcare” Louise is supported by Kevin.
At Oxton Grange 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.
Links to Local Church
Visiting support services (GP, dentist, optician, etc.)
Minibus or other transport