Redcourt is situated in a leafy area of Mossley Hill, a short walk from Sefton Park, and is a large Victorian house with the addition of a purpose built modern wing. The home contains an onsite car park which can be used by visitors, and is easily accessible via both bus and train, with Mossley Hill train station being within easy walking distance.
What We Do
We cater exclusively for elderly people with dementia, both male and female, who require residential care to carry out their everyday needs and activities. Our aim is to preserve the dignity and privacy of all residents and above all, to emphasise the quality of life. Redcourt provides an environment that all of our residents can regard as their home. We offer care of the highest standard, by employing compassionate and dedicated staff who provide 24 hour care in a professional and respectful way.
Residents are encouraged to lead as independant a life as possible, joining in with activities and outings, whilst we are there behind the scenes to provide all of the support they need.
Wherever possible, the resident and their family are involved in the planning of care through liaising with staff. Our home is set in a pleasantly landscaped garden, which is maintained through regular visits from professional gardeners. The home also has a safe and secure inner court yard, where residents can relax and take part in activities during the warmer months. Individual bedrooms are tastefully furnished and decorated, and can even be personalised to suit the taste of the resident or family. Residents are welcome to bring in personal belongings and small items of furniture for their own comfort.
If you prefer some quiet time with your relative, we have a small, peaceful lounge which will be the perfect place to do so.
We work closely with outside training companies to arrange suitable training courses, ensuring that all staff are fully trained and compliant with care standard requirements, so that our residents receive the best possible care and attention.
Making the decision to move into long term care is never easy, either for the person concerned or the family members. Our manager and staff are trained to provide the practical and emotional support people may need and, through experience, are confident that residents will settle in quickly and happily.
words of thanks
“There are not enough words to say thank you for all your wonderful care of our mum, Bridget. Your kindness and genuine care for her was amazing, she always looked lovely, she was very happy and enjoyed her time with you, and this brought great comfort to her family who will be forever grateful.”
“I have read through the CQC report and it is so good (not that I didn’t expect it to be) It is a testament to all your hard work and dedication in making Redcourt a ‘Home from Home'”
“We just wanted to say a big thank you for all the care dad was given while at Redcourt, it was a comfort to us knowing he was so well looked after”
“Thanks for everything, but most of all the wonderful care you gave Tommy and my family”
“I was always so impressed with all the care, love and attention that I saw you give your residents”
“Redcourt is a welcoming and caring environment. Thank you for making my family feel so welcome and at home”
“Mum always tells us how happy, safe and well looked after she feels”
“I couldn’t want for a better place for my mum to be, or better people caring for her”
“My husband has settled in well and the staff ensured that he adapted well to his new home. They also cared for us as a family, and this has really helped us all during what has been an extremely difficult time”
“After my mum moved into Redcourt and I realised she would be well cared for, I was able to relax and enjoy my visits to her as a daughter, not a carer”
“To all staff, thank you for all your love and care you showed to Emily. Love to you all.”
“I haven’t got enough words to express how grateful I am to you all for your care of my husband, Arthur. You have been unsung heroes of this last part of his life. You cared for him in the deepest sense of that word. I will never forget what you did with skill and compassion for both of us.”
“Joan, Jill & all of the Redcourt staff, I want to thank you all for being so kind and helpful to my mum (Kathy) during the last 2 years of her visiting her husband, Arthur. I think you all deserve a medal for the great work you do. Thank you all.”
“We would like to express our sincere thanks to all staff who cared for Ger over the past 5 years”
When visiting, we ask you to avoid protected meal times, which are 12pm – 1.30pm and 4.30pm – 6pm. Other than this, we have an open visiting policy up until 7.30pm, any later will be at the discretion of management.
We are always looking for Senior Care Assistants and Care Assistants for both days and nights. If you would like to join the team here at Redcourt, please get in touch