Conifer Lodge

Residential care for men with a learning disability or mental health condition

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Conifer Lodge

134 North Brink,
Wisbech,
Cambridgeshire PE13 1LL

Tel: 01945 474912

marketing@huntercombe.com

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Conifer Lodge

Conifer Lodge is a small specialist care home for men with a learning disability or mental health issues.   We are a step down community service for individuals who have completed assessment, treatment and rehabilitation in a hospital.  Some of our residents are here on a community treatment order.

We provide a structured, supportive environment and help our residents live a safe, fulfilling life.

"The service was flexible and responsive to people's individual needs and preferences, finding creative ways that enabled people to live as full a life as possible.  Staff used new and  different ways to help people achieve their ambitions no matter how high each person's aspirations were" (CQC, March 2017)

To read more about why CQC rated Conifer Lodge as "good" with "outstanding" for responsiveness, please click:

CQC Report Conifer Lodge (March 2017)

Getting here

  • Located just 20 minute walk from the centre of Wisbech

  • 40 miles from Cambridge

  • Kings Lynn station is a 25 minute drive

  • Stansted Airport, a hour and half hour drive

  • On site free parking

What's here

  • 13 bedrooms, all en-suite

  • Large attractive garden

While you're here

  • Individual and group therapies

  • Wide range of learning and developmental activities

  • Good access to local leisure and community facilities

  • Links with local colleges

  • Minibus for outings/ appointments

Care at Conifer Lodge

Residential care

We make a careful assessment of your needs before you join us at Conifer Lodge. We will talk to you and, where possible your family, and draw up a care plan together.
We will help you learn to live independently, safe in the knowledge that help is at hand if needed.

Rehabilitation service

Rehabilitation works best when we draw upon an individual's own strengths and weaknesses.
It's likely that psychiatrists, psychologists and occupational therapists will all play a part in your treatment. If getting a job or extra education would help, we help with that too.
As you improve, and the risk you pose to others lessens, we gradually help you reintegrate with the outside world.

Who we treat

We help men with any of the following conditions: Aspergers, Autism, Bipolar disorder, learning disability, schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder.

What people say about us

Reviews of our approach and how we've helped our patients

I like living at Conifer Lodge because the staff are always there when I need them. I also really enjoy taking part in all the activities that are here.

Resident

This note is about the care you provide for a resident I referred. Not only are his family deeply impressed and profoundly grateful, but the quality of the information provided is exemplary.

Referrer

The staff are great, so friendly and helpful.  We are so happy for our loved one to have found such a lovely home.

Family member

What people say about us

Reviews of our approach and how we've helped our patients

  • I like living at Conifer Lodge because the staff are always there when I need them. I also really enjoy taking part in all the activities that are here.

    Resident
  • This note is about the care you provide for a resident I referred. Not only are his family deeply impressed and profoundly grateful, but the quality of the information provided is exemplary.

    Referrer
  • The staff are great, so friendly and helpful.  We are so happy for our loved one to have found such a lovely home.

    Family member

Advice and Support

Residents and Families

There are plenty of opportunities to bring your own personal touches to day to day life here at Conifer Lodge. We like it when families are actively involved in a loved one's care, helping us to set the right goals for each person each step of the way.

The Conifer Lodge team

The centre manager is Nina Bailey. She works alongside a team of community professionals including psychiatrists, psychologists, occupational therapists as well as a team of nurses and support workers. Everyone at Conifer Lodge has years of experience working with people with learning disabilities and mental health issues.

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