Pathway House

Our Support

Pathway House is a specialist residential service which offers a homely, relaxed atmosphere that enables people to explore boundaries in a safe and structured setting. People can realise their potential and gain maximum control over their future.

We support people with Mental Health needs who may also have a dual diagnosis of Autism or a mild Learning Disability. People we support are supported to understand their diagnosis and develop coping strategies to manage their anxieties, which reduce the frequency and severity of challenging behaviours.

Pathway House benefits from access to clinical services on a referral basis that includes Speech and Language Therapy, and Occupational Therapy, 1:1 Therapy and Psychological Assessment. People supported at Pathway House also have access to psychiatry and home therapeutic groups on mindfulness.

This additional resource offers an extra layer of support, meaning a person can often be stabilised in their own home and prevent unnecessary hospital admission. This service also supports placements for people stepping down from inpatient services, requiring more robust residential provision.

Our Approach

Specialist training enables our staff team to gain a clear understanding of everyone we support. This includes the ability to support people to improve their living and social awareness skills which are further developed through accessing the community. Our approach offers people access to college, travel training and leisure activities.

We want to see things through each person’s eyes so we truly understand their goals and aspirations. We support people to take risks and find innovative ways to enable them to achieve their dreams in a safe way.

We work with people to help them build their futures and achieve their aspirations through supporting them to access training, volunteering and employment opportunities. Everyone is encouraged to engage in their local community and to learn and practice new skills in a supported environment.


Pathway House is a 12 bedroomed service that has been split into two sections with 6 bedrooms. There is lots of communal space to encourage socialising and interaction, 2 open access kitchens and a laundry room that allows people we support to gain confidence and build on their life skills. The service also has a conservatory and spacious gardens.


Pathway House is situated in a rural location in the small village of Wyboston in Bedfordshire. The nearest town is St Neots which is a 10 minute drive away. St Neots has plenty of leisure and recreational amenities for the people we support to access.

Recovery Star Model

We use the Recovery Star Model, an outcomes-based measurement tool recognised by the Department of Health. By using the Recovery Star, we are able to support a person’s recovery by measuring progress in areas including managing their Mental Health, enhancing living skills, building and maintaining social networks and building self-esteem to maximise independence.



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Summary and contact details

  • Support Type: Autism, Learning Disabilities
  • Gender: Mixed Gender
  • Location: Wyboston
  • General enquiries: 01480 478099
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