Why choose Thornton Hall & Lodge Care Home in Crosby, Liverpool?
- Large, secure, dementia friendly gardens
- All bedrooms have en-suite wetrooms, are spacious and can be personalised
- Wheelchair accessible home
- Multicultural room
- Cinema room where residents can watch their favourite films
“My Mum has been a resident since end Dec 2019, she had been quite poorly having been in hospital since October. Apart from her Dementia, she has a lot of mobility problems, but with the wonderful care and support she has received since being in Thornton Hall, she has improved so much and is starting to feel so much better. She tells me how kind everyone is to her and how safe she feels. Knowing she is being well looked after, as her daughter, having to have made life-changing decisions on her behalf, I could not be happier that this is how she feels.” Daughter of Resident, March 2020 source: carehome.co.uk
Welcome to Thornton Hall & Lodge Care Home - A specialist dementia, residential and short term respite care home in Liverpool.
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Located a stone's throw from the seafront in Crosby, Liverpool, Thornton Hall & Lodge is a bright and spacious purpose-built care home. The home has 96 bedrooms, all with en-suite wetrooms and walk-in showers, and features large ground floor lounges that open to patios and large secure south-facing gardens. Some of the ground floor bedrooms also have direct access to the patio area.
Many of the staff have worked at Thornton Hall & Lodge since it first opened in 2007 and have built strong relationships with residents. The home benefits from an experienced chef who is highly qualified and prepares a variety of dishes focused on nutrition and taste. Residents have control over their very own tuck shop trolley which features both snacks and toiletries.
Residents can often to be found in the multicultural room which is located on the ground floor or sitting back and relaxing in the cinema room with a movie of their choice playing. The staff organise a wide variety of activities to keep residents busy and entertained and over the last few months they have been involved in a pen pal scheme which sees them write and receive letters from individuals in the local community.