Lonsdale House is a registered care home located in a highly popular residential area of Walsall, regulated and inspected by the Care Quality Commission.
The scheme provides a home for men and women aged over 18 who are preparing to move onto greater independence, but who need help because of the effects of mental ill health. Lonsdale House provides life skills training together with emotional and social support with personal care if required. Importantly, staff are committed to helping those living at Lonsdale House to build their confidence in order to make personal decisions, make friends, enjoy education, training and leisure.
- 10 single and comfortable rooms within the main building
- Three self-contained apartments
- Two self-contained/semi-detached one-bedroom maisonettes
- Beautiful private garden
- Stunning garden room/conservatory
- Lounge with TV
- Kitchen, including laundry facilities
- Close to town centre amenities and Walsall Arboretum
Lonsdale House is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Lonsdale House provides residential support for clients whose primary needs relate to their mental health. Where appropriate, support is also given in managing benefit claims and money management, housekeeping and shopping and obtaining their own tenancy.
Getting a placement
Prospective clients will usually have experienced mental ill-health to the extent that they need help from their GP, community psychiatric nurse, social worker or other agency, including in-patient services. Referrals are made via an individual’s care co-ordinator.
Manager: Donald George
Telephone: 01922 721566