The Parkhaven Trust is a registered charity based in Maghull, North Liverpool. It provides a wide range of services to support people with dementia, older people and people with learning and physical disabilities.
Parkhaven Trust, established in 1888, was set up to provide a service for people with epilepsy and was originally known as the Maghull Homes for Epileptics. It then became the Maghull Homes and in February, 1998 it changed its name to Parkhaven Trust. Now Parkhaven Trust has three large residential homes including one nursing home, the James Page Nursing Home – a total of 94 places.
Parkhaven Trust provides three registered residential and nursing homes, for older people. They are:
Is a registered Residential Home for 24 frail older people. For more information please click here.
James Page Nursing Home
Is a registered Nursing Home for 36 older people. For more information please click here
Kyffin Taylor House
Is a residential home for 29 older people with dementia. For more information please click here.
Parkhaven Trust provides a range of services to help support people with dementia to stay in their own homes.
Day Centre @ The Willow Centre
Respite Services @ The Willow Centre
Domiciliary Services – Parkhaven@Home
A Gardening Project – Keep Gardening!
For more information on any of the above, please click on the service required.
Other services provided by the Trust for people with dementia are:
Kyffin Taylor House : Registered Residential Home for older people
Parkhaven Court : Extra Care Housing Scheme