Lakeside Care Pathway

The way we work

Lakeside is committed to supporting patients to progress through the complete care pathway. We work to actively support people to transition from locked rehabilititation units to residential services and supported living. We focus on enabling patients to move on and return to their home communities in England and Wales through a planned and partnership approach.

  • Autism (including Asperger syndrome)
  • Mental Health Conditions such as, Schizophrenia, Bi-Polar Disorder, Personality Disorder, OCD, Depression
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Patients at the hospital can be voluntary patietns, but may also be detained under the Mental Health Act, DOLS or under court diversion.
Locked Rehabilitation
Acute Assessment Unit

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Intensive Behavioural Support Service IBSS

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Men’s Service

Autism, Mental Health and Challenging Needs

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Young Adult Service

18-25 years, Male, Mental Health, Autism

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Women’s Service

Autism, & personality disorder

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Learning Disabilitity Service

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Men’s Service

Step down

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Women’s Service

Step down

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DBT service
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) unit

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Step up / Step down
Residential Services

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Community
Supported Living Services

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News and events

Mayor of Oldham officially opens new Supported Living service for people with Acquired Brain Injuries

Our new Supported Living service, designed to support people with Acquired Brain Injuries to live...

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Accomplish Continues to Grow with Acquisition of Freedom Care

Accomplish have today (6th July) announced the acquisition of Freedom Care, an East Midlands-based provider...

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The National Learning Disabilities and Autism Awards 2018 Finalists Announced

We are proud to announce we have four finalists in the England region for the...

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Royal College of Psychiatrists AIMS Accreditation at Lakeside

We are proud to announce that Elstow 3, our therapeutic inpatient service for males at...

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