Our Care Pathway

We provide care pathways enabling people living with Autism, Mental Health Needs, Acquired Brain Injuries and Learning Disabilities a variety of routes to independent living.

We work with the individual, their family and social workers to identify a transition plan to enable the person to achieve their goals.

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At Lakeside, our inpatient service located in Wyboston, Bedfordshire, we work to actively support people with Mental Health needs, Autism, in a recovery outcome focused to transition to residential and supported living support.

Our range of residential services provide specialist support for people with Mental Health needs, Learning Disabilities, Autism and Acquired Brain Injuries in a homely environment.

Our supported living services provide bespoke packages of up to 24 hour support in an individual’s own home or in a supported tenancy.

Transition

Our transitional support services provide carefully planned and risk managed trialled independence within a residential or supported living setting. Our transitional support focuses on skill development and confidence building.

Transition for young people

News and events

Christmas Generosity From Bryn Irfon

Staff at a Welsh specialist residential home have donated their Christmas party and Secret Santa...

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Wings Takes First Place in the Christmas Card Competition

It was a fantastic competition this year! After receiving so many wonderful entries-each entry so...

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Members of the Lakeside Team Become Positive Behaviour Support Mentors

Members of a care team supporting people with learning difficulties, mental health needs and autism...

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Cheshire-based Care Team Highly Commended at Prestigious Awards Ceremony

The significant positive impact a Cheshire-based care team has had on a person’s life has...

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South West Services Named as Finals in Great British Care Awards

The work of teams supporting people with a learning disability, mental health difficulties, autism and...

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The Chantry Named As Finalists At Great British Care Awards

The work of a team supporting people in a specialist autism service has been shortlisted...

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