290 Station Road,
Tel: 01933 413646
Some bed availability
Pathfields Lodge is a specialist care home providing supportive and therapeutic care for adults with physical disability, brain injury or learning disability. With a 24 hour on-site nursing team, we are also able to support individuals with additional physical health conditions.
Near the market town of Wellingborough in Northamptonshire, we offer a homely and welcoming environment conducive to the physical, mental and social wellbeing of our residents. Many of our residents live with us permanently, others stay with us for a short period of respite care. However long a resident stays with us we always make sure they are at the centre of their care. Pathfields is a member of Northamptonshire Association of Registered Care Homes (NorArch). To find out more about NorArch please click here
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Set in a rural location just a 10 minute drive 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.
Pathfields Lodge is a hospitable and welcoming place. Our daughter has been living there for almost two years and in that time her life has been transformed. She is happy, well... Read more >
I have witnessed first hand that working in a care home is not really easy, but I have also seen how staff are trusting to one another and how they have a really close relationship... Read more >
To all the staff, I would like to say thank you all for help and also for being nice and understanding to me. Also for putting up with the way I've been. I am very grateful for what... Read more >
Finally we have found a care home that really does care.
Each resident has always been treated as if they were a member of the care staff’s own family and nothing is ever too much trouble.
Pathfields is a warm and welcoming place where our daughter is happy which means we are happy too. Our daughter is well cared for by the professional and dedicated staff in a friendly... Read more >
Pathfields is our dad’s home and we are always welcome. The love and care everyone shows to each resident and our family assures us that he is happy, well looked after, and most importantly safe.
I like living at Pathfields because the staff make me feel at ease and help me to be independent.
Your care co-ordinator is such an important part of the residents' life by consistently caring and supporting their physical and emotional needs. She always goes a step beyond to... Read more >
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 a Registered Nurse. 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.