Arundel Park Residential and Nursing Home in LiverpoolSefton Park Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L8 0WN
Care home admissions during the Covid-19 pandemic
Safe admissions into our care homes includes the option for new residents to self-isolate in the comfort of their own home for 11 days, before joining us in the care home where they will be tested for Covid-19 and supported to self-isolate for 3 more days until the result of the test is known.
From residential care to nursing care and palliative care, as our residents’ needs change, our experienced team is able to meet those needs while continuing to enrich their lives. Families have the peace of mind that Arundel Park is a forever home if a resident develops nursing needs. The home is exceptionally well regarded in the community among healthcare professionals and our loved ones, especially for our palliative care.
The residential and nursing home has recently had an impressive internal refurbishment and looks fantastic. Rooms which have been completely transformed include the communal lounges and dining areas, as well as assisted bathrooms, and not forgetting our luxurious hairdressing salon.
The home’s activities co-ordinator Laura likes to take our residents out into the community in Toxteth to do things they love. With a home minibus and the help of the supportive team, she takes them to places nearby in Sefton Park and further afield. Some of the residents love to see the sharks at Blue Planet Aquarium in Cheshire, while others prefer The Museum of Liverpool for a more tame day out!
Inside the nursing home, there is always so much to do, whether residents prefer to enjoy a hand massage and manicure during the regular pamper sessions or read poetry with members of a reading group that visit us.
Inside these four walls, the activities are equally as meaningful. We organise reminiscence sessions using memory boxes filled with items from yesteryear. They include black and white photographs of Liverpool in the era our residents grew up in, old cameras they would have used for family snaps and things like carbolic soap. We also work closely with our local library, which gives Arundel Park large print and audiobooks especially for our residents who love to read but need a little extra support.
Music is often the best therapy
Some of our residents recently took part in a 15-week course with The Brain Charity in Liverpool. The residents met people from residential and nursing homes in the area for special singing sessions with the charity.
Near Arundel Park is the Palm House in Sefton Park, where some of the residents enjoy jazz afternoons and tea dances. These are a wonderful opportunity for them to meet up with older people from the community. They love to dress up for what is a really special social get-together.
Stories from the home
Our range of person-centred activities include arts and crafts, trips out, live entertainment and a weekly reading group.
Join us for a sing-along or relax with a good book in the quiet lounge.
Food, glorious food
The kitchen team work tirelessly to create nutritious and delicious food that we look forward to every day.
Facilities at this home
- Dining room
- Hairdressing salon
- Quiet room
- Wheelchair accessible garden
- Arts and crafts
- Card games
- Community events
- Day trips
- Live entertainment
- Pet therapy
Care and support
- Home cooked meals
- Respite Care
AddressSefton Park Road
L8 0WN Travelling to see us? View home on Google Maps