Parkhaven Trust aims to be an organisation that includes, supports, respects and empowers our service users and staff. We do this by treating all people who use our services with dignity and respect whilst promoting independence, choice and individuality.
We give high priority to supporting and developing the skills of our staff and encouraging links with our local community.
We aim to provide:
We have robust procedures and processes in place to help make sure service users are safe, our staff have regular training in safeguarding vulnerable adults.
Risk assessments and care plans are completed to help ensure people’s needs are met and to protect people from the risk of harm. We regularly conduct risk assessments in areas such as, falls, mobility, pressure area care, nutrition and diet and for if we need to obtain consent to use bedrails. Our risk assessments are subject to ongoing review and updated to reflect any change in need.
Safety checks, including fire alarms, emergency lighting, water temperatures and bed mattresses are completed regularly.
Transparent About Our Income
We hope this shows in a little more detail about the cost of running our services. As a not-for-profit charitable organisation we invest the majority of our income on delivering good quality care, provided by our staff.
Income is £3.5 million a year
Parkhaven Trust have a longstanding reputation in the local community. We have been established for over 125 years and we are proud to be recognised as leaders in dementia care services.
Parkhaven Trust began as Maghull Homes for Epileptics, the very first of its kind in England. We became Parkhaven Trust in 1988 and we are now acknowledged as a Centre of Excellence, leading the field in our use of the newest technologies for the benefit of our clients.
Working hand-in-hand with our investment in the latest digital technologies is our ethos of kindness, care, support and respect.
We work hard to empower our clients and their families, we achieve this by treating everyone who uses our services with dignity and respect whilst promoting independence, choice and individuality.
Our Heritage Timeline
The Manor House home was opened by Maghull Homes on our Liverpool Road South site.
Henry Cox Home was opened by Maghull Homes on our Liverpool Road South site.
The Chapel House Home was opened by Maghull Homes on our Deyes Lane site.
Harrison House was opened by Maghull Homes on our Liverpool Road South site.
The Bartlett Hall was opened by Maghull Homes on our Liverpool Road South.
Kyffin Taylor Home was opened by Maghull Homes on our Deyes Lane site.
James Page House was opened by Maghull Homes on our Deyes Lane site, for the elderly and those with dementia.
Maghull Homes changed its name to Parkhaven Trust.
We began providing residential services for those with learning disabilities at The White House on Deyes Lane.
The Willow Centre was opened – providing day services for people with dementia.
Parkhaven Court was opened – providing extra care housing for up to 24 individuals or couples.
The Beeches Centre was opened – providing residential care and nursing care for those with dementia. Using the latest technology along with our strong tradition of kindness care and respect.
Our services are based in Maghull, North Liverpool on the historic Liverpool Road South
and Deyes Lane sites. We are lucky to be surrounded by beautiful, peaceful woodlands
which provide plenty of opportunity to see local wild life.
Parkhaven Trust is a registered charity (no 210163) and a company limited by guarantee. The Trust is regulated by the Charity Commission and complies with the requirements of Companies House.
The Trust has a Board of Trustees who are also directors of the company. Trustees meet approximately six times a year. The purpose of the Board is to hold the Trust to account, monitor the Trust’s activities, agree policies and procedures to support staff in their work and ensure there is an appropriate strategy in place for the Trust.
Each registered service has a registered manager with CQC.
Thank you so much for looking after my father in his ‘hour-of-need’. Thank you for your help, support and professionalism, the staff are great. You looked after my dad with such care and comfort – I can never thank you enough.
- The son of a resident at Parkhaven Court
A huge thank you for taking care of my brother, I never take for granted that he is so well looked after at The White House. All the staff are like an extended family to us.
- The brother of a resident at The White House
It’s always wonderful arriving at The White House and finding my brother looking so well and nicely dressed. I love hearing about his travels and seeing the photos. The recent trips to Edinburgh and Ribby Hall both sound brilliant. The Fjords in June looked fantastic, not to mention Benidorm in the early autumn. He loves getting out and about and loves holidays. I’m so particularly grateful he gets multiple trips a year. A really huge thank you to The White House for making this happen.
- The brother of a resident at The White House