Cuerden Hall Neurological Care Centre
Cuerden Hall is a Sue Ryder specialist neurological care centre based in Lancashire, caring for people aged 18 and over with a range of neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s and multiple sclerosis.
Cuerden Hall in pictures
Find out about our expansion plans in the North West
We are currently building a new state-of-the-art Sue Ryder neurological care centre at the D’Urton Manor development in Eastway, Preston.
At Cuerden Hall, we provide the care people need to optimise their health and wellbeing, maximise their independence and support their emotional and social needs.
What we do
We provide specialist neurological care, rehabilitation and support tailored to the individual needs of people with a range of neurological conditions.
Who we are here for
We are here for people with conditions that get worse over time – such as Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease – as well as those with conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke.
We offer a huge range of support, from long-term residential care in our specialist neurological centre, to supporting people to live independently in their own homes.
Our expert care team includes nurses, physiotherapists and healthcare assistants. We can help with everything from easing physical symptoms to coming to terms with feelings.
By focusing on health, wellbeing and what each person can do, not what they can’t, we support people to live their lives as fully as possible.
Resident Danny's family share their experience of Cuerden Hall
"Dad was only 57 when he fell at work and suffered a catastrophic brain injury. We wanted to get the right type of care for Dad; to find the right setting – somewhere he was comfortable – and that place is definitely Cuerden Hall. Every time we see Dad now, he is able to speak more clearly or move in a way he couldn't before."
Frequently asked questions
Who are your services for?
We are here for people with conditions that affect the brain and nervous system. These can be degenerative conditions which get worse over time – such as motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s – as well as those with acquired conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke.
How much will care cost at Cuerden Hall and what funding is available?
The cost of care is dependent on an individual assessment. Where individuals are not eligible for continuing healthcare funding, the majority of people needing our care are joint-funded by the local authority and CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group). We also accept private-funding individuals.
Can I personalise my own room?
We encourage all of our residents to personalise their rooms. You are welcome to bring in items of furniture, furnishings and equipment as long as it can be accommodated within your room, and meets health and safety requirements.