Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries or mental health conditions.
Type of property
At Scarth Park, people are supported to live independently.
This four-bedroom semi-detached house has a kitchen, a living room, a dining room, and a conservatory. There is one wet room style ensuite, one shared bathroom with a shower over the bath, and downstairs a bathroom with a toilet and sink.
Scarth Park also has an accessible garden with a patio, a vegetable patch and a BBQ for people to use when the weather is good. Assistive technology can be tailored to suit the needs of each person.
Valued in your community
At Scarth Park, we are fortunate to be located in a peaceful residential area. Skelmersdale is the nearest town - a short bus journey away - and provides access to cafes, restaurants, shops, high-street banks, a post office, and a library. For people who like to stay active, we have year-round access to Nye Bevan Gym and Swimming Pool, or Tawd Valley Park has picturesque walks.
Liverpool is easily accessed from the property by public transport. Here, people can enjoy numerous museums and art galleries, Liverpool ONE Shopping Centre, the Liverpool Empire, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Lane 7 Liverpool for bowling, 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.
Living at this service
Scarth Park is an ideal home for a sociable man aged between 35 to 65. The men we support here live with learning disabilities. They are active, quiet and enjoy a homely atmosphere, so someone with a similar outlook is very welcome.
One of the men likes listening to music, watching sport - particularly football, boxing and tennis, and going to the cinema or for meals out with staff. The older man enjoys working, gardening, trips to local museums and towns, and going to the football.
At Scarth Park, people choose how to spend their time, enjoying going on day trips to Llandudno, Wigan and Liverpool. People here have hobbies including walking, socialising, shopping, cooking, listening to music, watching television, cooking, and being in the community.
“Scarth Park is an independent, happy house with a warm atmosphere. The people we support are busy, very inclusive, and make decisions alongside the staff. The house itself is really nice - it’s a new-build that is in a safe area.” Manager, Scarth Park