Eccleston Court - St. Helens

Eccleston Court - St. Helens

16/12/2019 IN Care Services Database
Eccleston Court

Eccleston Court is part of Community Integrated Care, one of Britain’s biggest and most successful social care charities and has supported older people for over 3 decades. It is proud to deliver specialist residential and nursing care that supports people living with age-related needs and dementia to lead full and happy lives, through our EachStep Care model.

Eccleston Court is a purpose built 54 bedded care home which provides specialist nursing care to older people and people living with dementia, situated in a quiet leafy residential area opposite a beautiful park in Eccleston, St Helens.

Home Comforts

Eccleston Court is a warm, welcoming and friendly home which is split into two households, Eccleston Court which provides nursing care and Haydock Suite which provides nursing support to people living with dementia. Both of our households are warm, welcoming and friendly with some very special features.  All our bedrooms are comfortable and spacious with en-suites, we encourage residents to personalise their room to their personal tastes. Our home has wonderful spaces to relax in and enjoy company, including an activities room, hairdressing area, large lounge areas and dining rooms as well as some quite areas for residents to relax with family and friends. We have a large accessible garden for our residents to enjoy relaxation and activity outdoors. Our home is also adjacent to a lovely park and gardens – very popular for gentle walks.

An Active Life

At Eccleston Court, we run an extensive activity programme and support people to enjoy days out in the community too. By getting to know the people we support well, we are able to offer activities that meet their different passions and interests. We have fun one-to-one and group activities, such as arts and crafts, quiz nights, reminiscence sessions and day trips. We have regular social events for people we support and their families, including performances from local entertainers. We welcome the contribution of family members and work together to plan special days out and celebrations. The Haydock Suite area of Eccleston Court has a stunning St Helens RFC room, which was opened by Saints legends Paul Sculthope and Eddie Cunningham. It also has rooms celebrating seaside memories, local history and family life.

Food and Nutrition

Mealtimes are an event for the people we support to look forward to everyday, and this begins with an appetising offering. We have a partnership with Apetito whose chefs and nutritionist have taken pride in catering for specific requirements and nutritional needs, without compromising on the delight of a delicious meal. Apetito Chefs regularly update menus to keep things fresh, while also ensuring they’re filled with home comforts such as traditional Sunday roasts and fish Friday. Apetito also provide an award-winning Texture Modified range in line with IDDSI standards, allowing people we support who may have difficulty swallowing to enjoy their meal and dine with dignity. They also provide meals to special dietary requirements without compromising on taste. Snacks and beverages are always available throughout the day and we even have snack stations located on each unit free of charge. Our doors are always open – there’s no restriction on visiting hours however, to respect the dignity of our residents we request that you avoid visiting during meal times.

Person Centred Support

We are committed to providing personalised support that ensures our residents lead active, happy and fulfilled lives:

All staff receive specialist training and mentoring. We really get to know our residents and spend time understanding their life story and the things that are important to them, so we focus on the things that really matter to them. Every resident has a named key worker who helps develop their own personalised care. We hold a regular forum with residents, enabling them to voice their views on the day-to-day running of our home. We have strong links with local organisations in the community including Alzhemier’s Society, Age UK and local advocacy groups.


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