Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities or mental health needs.
Type of property
At Mount Court, people are supported to live independently. The support is tailored to each individual and people are supported in their homes and out and about in the community. Whether it's learning a new life skill such as cooking or money management, having the confidence to take up a new hobby or make new friends, or taking the first step into volunteering or employment, we're here to support and encourage each goal, however big or small.
This is a new development of two apartment blocks. There are twelve one-bedroom apartments, each with either a kitchen and an open-plan dining room and living room, or with a separate kitchen and living space. The first floor flats have bathrooms with showers over the bath and the ground floor flats have wet-room style bathrooms, suitable for those with physical disabilities.
An office is located within one of the apartment buildings and staff are onsite 24 hours a day.
Valued in your community
Mount Court is in a residential area with shops, cafes, takeaways, high-street banks, a post office and a library.
Winsford Cross Shopping Centre is a 10-minute walk away and nearby Northwich has larger amenities including Weaver Square Shopping Centre and an Odeon Cinema. For people who like to stay active, Winsford Lifestyle Centre provides year-round access to exercise classes, a swimming pool and a gym.
People also enjoy walking in the local area - the Verdin Exchange Playing Fields and Delamere Forest are popular destinations. People also like to visit Chester for Chester Zoo, the Grosvenor and Forum Shopping Centres, Storyhouse with its library, theatre and cinema, the Grosvenor Museum, Chester Cathedral, boat trips on the River Dee and walks on the Roman Walls.
Living at this service
This service is suitable for people with learning disabilities and those who require support around their mental health.
At this service we currently support a range of people of mixed ability and gender, who are between the ages of 20 to 60. Some people have a high number of support hours and are supported both within their homes and in the community daily and others have a significant amount of independence and are supported to access volunteer placements, education and various social groups. This service is suitable for someone who would like to increase their independent living skills while getting the right support with daily living or community engagement.
The people who live at Mount Court enjoy walking, shopping, going the gym and attending social groups in the local area.
“Mount Court is a brand new development at the heart of the community in Winsford, ideal for people living with learning disabilities.” Manager, Mount Court