Stonedale Lodge Residential and Nursing Care Home
Based in the friendly residential area of Croxteth, Stonedale Lodge is made up of six spacious, self-contained houses. The layout and relaxed, homely atmosphere encourages comfort and independence. We are conveniently located on a bus route, with shops and a pleasant park within walking distance.
Each one of our houses provides both nursing and residential care, which includes care for those with dementia. Anderton and Dalton houses both offer residential dementia care. General nursing and palliative care is provided in Blundell and Townley houses, while Clifton house offers care and support to those with nursing dementia needs. And Sherburne house provides general residential care.
Support, friendship and shared interests are at the heart of our approach to care. That's why we try and make sure our residents have something engaging to do every day.
Our activity co-ordinator ensures there's plenty for everyone to enjoy, including table top games, bingo and quizzes. Reminiscence sessions allows our residents to share memories and emotions, often using objects or photographs.
We have on-site hairdressing, performances by local entertainers and frequent outings to local places of interest including Chester, the Maritime Museum and the safari park. Pub lunches and barge trips are also very popular.
We have links with the local church and religious groups. We hold seasonal events throughout the year, such as Pancake day, Bonfire Night and a summer fete that has proved a great success.
Mealtimes are an important part of life at Stonedale Lodge. Our experienced chefs use only fresh ingredients to create delicious meals that are well-balanced and nutritious. Residents' dietary requirements and personal preferences are carefully discussed upon arrival.
All of our 180 bedrooms are attractively-decorated with 24-hour call systems, smoke detectors, telephone and aerial points. Most have lovely views of the gardens and some offer direct access to the delightful patio area.
Our residents are encouraged to bring their own keepsakes and mementos to help make their rooms feel more homely. Ornaments, pictures and small pieces of furniture are all welcome.