James Dixon Court at a Glance

James Dixon Court provides a residential service for older adults with a variety of mental and physical health needs and a bed based Enabling Unit to facilitate hospital discharges.  We are based in the Netherton.

Our staff are highly trained and provide an ‘enabling’ approach to the support and care we provide.

We are committed to delivering person-centered residential care focusing on getting to know the person we support, their life story, what is important to them, and their personal aspirations.

No matter who you are you will always receive a warm welcome from the people who live and work at James Dixon Court. We encourage the full involvement of family members and friends to ensure our continued commitment to improving the service.

This is a CQC-registered service.  Due to Covid-19, only a partial inspection has been completed to date.  Please scroll below to view our current inspection report.

What We Offer

James Dixon Court has excellent facilities which include:

Ensuite bedrooms

Communal dining and lounge areas

Beautiful garden area

Specialist furnishings and facilities to maximise independence

Hairdressing Salon

We provide:

Dedicated staff team available 24 hours per day

Freshly prepared nutritional meals

Varied activities programmes and events built around the passions and interests of the people we support

Access to health professionals

Links to the local faith community and the facilitation of visits from the local ministers who deliver church services

Partnerships with local community groups and local schools

Enabling beds for people who may benefit from a period of rehabilitation after an illness, fall, or spell in hospital. The aim is to help people to improve their mobility and regain daily living skills to enable them to live independently once again in their own homes.

For more information or to arrange a visit to James Dixon Court,
Please contacted Neil Willis (Registered Service Manager) on 0151 705 0320/1 or
email: james.dixon.court@ndirections.org