Mayor of Sefton opens new dementia care communities at Dale ParkHC-One’s Dale Park care home, in Southport, was visited on 17th January by The Mayor of Sefton, Councillor June Burns, who cut the ribbon as the home launched their newly refurbished residential dementia care communities. 

The open day, which was attended by members of the local community, marked the official opening of the Buttermere and Windermere care communities at the home. The communities have recently been renovated, including a resident hair salon and nail bar, lounge, dining rooms and bedrooms. 

The opening of the new communities completes the full dementia care pathway at Dale Park, offering both residential dementia and nursing dementia care. 

Ian from the performance group Music in Mind was also there to provide some entertainment for guests and residents, which included a singalong for the residents, who enjoyed sitting in the lounge and absorbing the atmosphere. 

The home’s chefs also whipped up a delicious buffet with homemade cakes that had the signature colour orange HC-One icing. 

Andrea Ekuruemu, Home Manager at Dale Park Care Home, commented:
“Our Buttermere and Windermere residential dementia care communities are absolutely beautiful, and I am very proud of what we can offer residents at Dale Park, so it was lovely to be able to show June around.” 

Paul Allam, Area Director of Dale Park Care Home, commented:
“We were delighted to welcome the Mayor of Sefton, June Burns, to our home to see first-hand how we support residents to lead their best lives and meet our residents and dedicated colleagues.”