Princes Gardens 3
Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities and mental health conditions.
Type of property
Princes Gardens is a three-bedroom, detached house where people are supported to live independently.
The house has a large kitchen and living room, and two shared bathrooms - one upstairs with a shower, the other downstairs with a toilet and sink. The property has WiFi and Sky TV for everyone. There is an accessible garden with a patio for people to relax in when the weather is good. Some people we support here use a Careline alarm.
Valued in your community
At Princes Gardens, we are located in a vibrant area with cafes, pubs and restaurants, as well as a post office, library and beautiful walks along the coast. For people who like to stay active, Victoria Leisure Centre provides year-round access to a gym and swimming pool.
Southport has lots of things to do, including Southport Pleasureland, Pier and Beach, Marine Lake Promenade, the Model Railway Village, a Vue Cinema, Tenpin Southport for bowling, theatres, art galleries and high-street shops and banks.
People also like to visit Liverpool, which has numerous museums and art galleries, Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre, the Liverpool Empire, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, and Imagine That Science and Discovery Centre. And we’re spoilt for choice for beautiful walks - the docks, Toxteth Park, Wavertree Botanic Gardens and Sefton Park are just a small selection.
Liverpool is also home to The Reader Organisation - a charity specialising in shared reading to improve mental wellbeing. Located in Calderstones Park, people can visit the Reader Cafe or the Storybarn to join shared reading sessions, where stories are read aloud and then discussed.
Living at this service
Princes Gardens is ready to welcome a mature woman who appreciates a calm environment. The people we support here are women aged 69, 71 and 78 who live with learning disabilities, dementia, and mental health conditions.
People here enjoy spending time with friends and family, walking, shopping, watching Disney films, going to the disco or quiz nights, socialising, listening to music, watching television, and being in the community. All of the women here attend the local day centre several times each week.
Princes Gardens forms part of a group of three Lifeways properties. It is a sociable street with lots of friendships between people in different houses.
“Princes Gardens is a lovely and lively house. It has a great atmosphere and the people we support here are friendly and happy. The reliable staff support people to do exactly what they want to do, which makes people feel really cared for. There are a few Lifeways properties close together, and all the households interact.” Manager, Princes Gardens