Livability New Court Place – Livability

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Livability New Court Place

99 Whitehouse Avenue

020 8238 6990

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Livability New Court Place in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, is a residential home with nursing care for 24 adults with physical and intellectual disabilities, plus respite care and services for 16-18 year olds.

The service takes a person centred, flexible approach. Together and with the people that use our services, we create bespoke care and support plans that meet personal goals and needs.

With nurses on duty every day, the co-produced, holistic care plans are tailored to each person’s needs. Our staff work to create a social and personal development programme to suit each person.

Our active support model maximises residents’ independence and monitors outcomes, in choosing activities in the home and community. We work closely with local colleges on partnerships that support residents’ ambitions.

Staff information

Our dedicated and professional team are carefully chosen for their skills and compassion. Our personalised care works via a keyworker system.

Our professional nursing care team is in place for 7 hours a day, providing residents with personalised care through a keyworker system, and are supportive staff prioritise wellbeing and safeguarding.

They have extensive experience of empowering people to live their lives.

Livability New Court Place
99 Whitehouse Avenue
Borehamwood Hertfordshire WD6 1HB
United Kingdom
Phone: 020 8238 6990

Our accessible, spacious and welcoming environment provides modern facilities with daily nursing care. Assisted technology allows residents to control their own room environment.

Our large ensuite flats include: a bedroom, living area, kitchenette with adjustable fittings and ensuite bathroom. Our communal spaces provide the perfect place to relax or to have fun.

Residents accommodation

Resident’s accommodation comprises a bed room, sitting room, with adjustable kitchen with facilities for making drinks and snacks as well as a direct access, en-suite shower room / WC. The total area of each resident’s private accommodation is between 33 and 35 square metres.

  • Individual rooms
  • Studio apartments
  • Communal bathrooms
  • Garden area

Accessible facilities

  • Hoists
  • Profiling bed
  • Eyegaze and voice activated technology is arranged to individual need
  • Level access showers
  • Lift

Community activities and connections

With an active network of supporting services and community partners, people that live at Livability New Court Place enjoy opportunities to pursue a wide range of recreational activities in the local area.

The home is well situated, within easy reach of the town centre with shopping, cinema and restaurants within easy reach. The area is served by a good train service.

  • Activity room
  • Reliable local taxi service and public transport links
  • Transport available at the service
  • Faith partnerships with local places of worship
  • Wellbeing champion/activity coordinator
  • Art and crafts activity
  • Gardening and horticulture
  • Sport and fitness
  • Social clubs and activities

“We live in a home where we feel safe and valued with a very nice family atmosphere, we enjoy organised activities and things here in the house are improving all the time.”

“We feel safe and enjoy being part of a close compact environment with people we know and like.”

“We are always encouraged to speak about how we feel, there is always an open door to our house management, we know we are encourage to take on new challenges.”

“Some people came here to give them space and ability to live outside of the family environment.”

“We like the staff there is a good selection of residents, we enjoy the staff and management and also love the way that our Friends, Family are always made to feel very welcome.”

“We love the residents – our main reason to be here.”

Michelle Baptiste
I have always struggled with my weight! It was about time to change that. With the help and support of staff, my Doctor I became a Vegetarian. I can honestly say I am more comfortable now with my weight loss thanks to the support form all at NCP.

Sarah Jacob
When I came to NCP I was not very self sufficient, with the help of Staff at NCP I can now do so many things. I am always out in the community on my own I have a Job in the local Nursery and regularly visit Church without any support at all. I am a very well know part of the community now.

Michelle Baptiste
It had always been a dream of mine to go on a holiday abroad without my Family. Last year with the support of the Activities Assistant and Support workers, I was able to go for one week to Tenerife with my Boyfriend for a great holiday where I achieved so many personal goals.

Zoe Williams

I am an undergraduate studying BA Health and Social Care at the University of Greenwich, I have worked at Livability NCP for two years. I enjoy the interaction with the diverse residents, it also gives me my much needed experience to adapt into my studies.

Our approach

Our home is guided by Livability’s core values. We strive to be open, enabling, inclusive and courageous in all that we do.

Co-production is woven throughout our service provision. Co-produced care plans and service delivery are central to our approach.

Person centred, flexible approach

Together, with the people we support, Livability puts the person at the centre of their care planning. We help individuals work out what their care needs are, choose the support they want and have control over their life. We know that everyone’s needs and aspirations are different – that all sorts of things add up to living well.

Community connections that grow health and wellbeing

We work to create connections that help people thrive. Research shows that personal health and wellbeing does better when people enjoy supportive networks. We support the people that use our services to follow their interests, get involved with activities in their community and pursue the life they want to lead.

Valuing people and working with strengths

We help people by looking at what they have, rather than what they lack. This approach helps people make use of their existing skills, knowledge and relationships.

Supporting spirituality

Livability has a broad and inclusive Christian ethos. We support people of all faiths and none. We believe in the equality and unique value of every person, supporting them to discover and fulfil their potential.

A culture of continuous improvement

Livability strives to deliver services of the highest quality and constantly seek to improve through listening, reflection, learning and action.

Read more about Livability

Livability Wall Street is part of the Livability family of services. Livability is the disability charity that connects people with their communities.

Through a wide range of disability care, education, training and community services, we promote personalised support, inclusion and wellbeing for all. Together, we work to see people take part, contribute and be valued. We put the elements in place that all add up to livable lives and communities.

Livability is a proven and trusted provider of disability care and community projects throughout the UK.


We exist to enable the elements of a livable life and community to add up to flourishing wellbeing and great connections for every disabled person we support.


We are inspired by the vision of a barrier-free society where all disabled people can enjoy equality and full participation

Our services

Our 2000-strong, enabling team of staff and volunteers across the UK deliver:

  • Care homes and residential support centres.
  • A school and a further education college for disabled children.
  • A wellbeing discovery centre set in 200 acres of natural landscape.
  • Independent and supported living programmes for disabled people.
  • Rehabilitation centres for brain and spinal injury.
  • Church training in community engagement and disability awareness.
  • Spinal injury rehabilitation expertise in developing countries.
  • ‘Dementia Inclusive Church’ resourcing and coaching.
  • Wellbeing and happiness coaching through the Livability Happiness Course.
  • Social inclusion work through churches and community projects.

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