Lakeside

Lakeside is an inpatient service located in Wyboston which is near St Neots on the Cambridgeshire / Bedfordshire border. We specialise in supporting people with Autism, Mental Health needs and/or other needs. We have a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team comprising Psychiatry, Psychology, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy and a dedicated team of Recovery Workers. We are a locked rehabilitation service which provides support for those progressing onwards from secure services or requiring a step up into enhanced care. We work to actively support patients to step down into residential services and supported living.

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Care Pathway

Patients at Lakeside benefit from a robust care pathway that promotes positive risk taking

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Crisis and Emergency Admissions

Lakeside offers a short stay/respite service

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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Autism, Mental Health, Learning Disabilities
  • Capacity: 55 Adults
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Wyboston
  • General enquiries: 01480 474747
  • Email: info@accomplish-group.co.uk

Specialist Units

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Katie's Pathway To Independence

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News and events

Health Investor Awards 2018 – Recognising achievement in the business of healthcare

We are proud to be shortlisted as a finalist in the category ‘Specialist Care Provider of the...

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Autism Professional Awards Finalists Announced

The Star Centre at Lakeside, Bedford, have been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2018...

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Our Amazing New Brand

We are excited to announce that we have rebranded and our new name, as of...

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Professor Digby Tantam announced as guest speaker for Autism Conference 2018

accomplish is to host a complimentary conference on Autism and Self Awareness for World Autism...

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New Supported Living Service Opens in Oldham

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) supported...

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