St Neots Neurological Centre – Cambridgeshire
Based in the heart of Cambridge, St Neots Neurological Centre provides assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and complex care for both male and female patients suffering from a broad range of neurological conditions e.g. Huntington’s disease, an acquired or traumatic brain injury, frontotemporal dementia or functional disorders.
Male & Female services within single gender environments / Adults (18 yrs. +) / 38 beds (across 4 wards)
Services: Rehabilitation and long term complex care
How to find St Neots Neurological Centre
By car: For GPS use the post code reference PE19 2JA. St Neots Neurological Centre is based in the heart of the community. Once in the drive the centre is the building located to the left.
By train: St Neots train station is based on the main east coast rail line and has a regular service into London. A 10 minute car ride will take you from the station to the centre.
More information about St Neots Neurological Centre
St Neots provides assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and complex care for both male and female patients suffering from a broad range of neurological conditions e.g. Huntington’s disease, an acquired or traumatic brain injury, frontotemporal dementia or functional disorders and is provided by a highly experienced team based on site.
Patients can also present with pre-morbid mental health conditions and addiction history. St Neots is registered as a hospital and can detain patients under the Mental Health Act as well as support patients with a Deprivation of Liberty and those able to stay informally.
For many neurodegenerative conditions our care pathways reduce the impact the disease has on the individual and their family wherever possible using environmental cues, cognitive aids and a person centred approach. We are able to provide support to those with a neurodegenerative diagnosis who require complex care due to physical, psychiatric, behavioural and psychological needs.
As part of the treatment approach we are able to identify strategies and equipment which can maximise independence, and reduce the impact of any deterioration that may occur as part of the disease. It is likely that the individual will benefit from meaningful activity and interaction, even at the latter stages of their diagnosis and the therapeutic milieu is be tailored to reflect this.