The Woodhouse provides a pathway of learning disability and autism services for men and women set in a quiet, private setting and provides a range of small, bespoke units and cottages.
Located in Cheadle, Staffordshire, the town enjoys excellent facilities and amenities with a wide range of shops, cafes and a leisure centre. The area provides a more relaxed local environment to enable patients to engage in their therapeutic programme. The Woodhouse is centrally located and is only 75 minutes by car from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Nottingham.
The Woodhouse offers:
The service is specialist in providing care for the following groups, in separate and dedicated units:
Patients may come to the service from:
The Woodhouse benefits from an integrated team of Therapists and Activity professionals which means that there is a real emphasis on individually planned structured therapeutic and activity based work to enable people to be develop their independent living skills. All patients are assessed using the Model of Creative Ability (VDT) to ensure that their individual skills needs and learning styles are identified to inform the treatment approach.
The Woodhouse is supported by a regional team which includes; a Lead Nurse, Safeguarding Lead, and Senior Paramedic Physical Healthcare Lead.