290 Station Road,
Tel: 01933 413646
Some bed availability
We offer 24 hour nursing care for adults with physical disabilities and brain injury. Some of our residents have a learning disability.
Near the market town of Wellingborough in Northamptonshire, our centre is dedicated to ensuring the best quality of life for all our residents. We strive to maintain the mental and emotional wellbeing, dignity and privacy of everyone who stays with us, whether they need specialist support or general assistance with everyday living.
Our caring, experienced team ensures everyone feels valued and important within the centre and and it’s our goal to help residents get back into the community or move into supported living environments as soon as they are able.
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Set in a rural location just a 10 minute walk from Wellingborough
Within one mile of the A45
There is a bus stop just outside the centre
Wellingborough train station is a 10 minute drive
Birmingham International Airport is a hour's drive away
On site free parking
35 spacious single en-suite bedrooms across three floors
Large dining area with separate space for socialising
Large activities room and therapy rooms
Local shops, library and leisure facilities are a 10-minute walk away
Mini bus for outings and appointments
At Pathfields, each resident has their own care plan so that they can live a life that is meaningful to them. This can look very different for each person depending upon their own goals and interests and family involvement.
We give our residents the opportunity to grow and develop in a nurturing and forward thinking way, together with everyone who is important to the individual.
Special attention is paid to continuing physical healthcare and additional mental healthcare needs where psychiatry and psychology services can be added as bolt ons dependent on individual needs.
We treat adults, men and women, with a Learning Disability or Physical Disability. Most of our residents need our ongoing support to carry out everyday tasks and to manage living as independently as possible.
Developing strengths and skills
We place great emphasis on developing our residents’ strengths and skills. You will be encouraged to make decisions about your care and to live as independently as possible. You can be involved with the running of the centre, and you can pursue your own hobbies and interests too.
Our centre is managed by Aileen Warnes. She is supported by a team of specialist nurses and support workers. Special attention is paid to continuing physical healthcare and additional mental healthcare needs, where psychiatry, psychology, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy services are provided by the local community teams.