House Tour VideosWe have created a virtual tour for each of our Residential Homes, Supported Living, Hybrid Services and our Therapeutic Campus.
The tours are 1 to 2 minutes long with shots of each homes, kitchen, living room, bedroom, garden and other communal rooms or facilities. The videos have annotations to provide additional information.
The idea of the videos is to enable people (future residents, families and care professionals etc) to see the homes before they visit. The videos can also be used as a part of the transition process, future residents can see the homes so it is less stressful when they come to visit the home.
We hope you enjoy the videos. If you would like more information on any of the care homes or to arrange a visit than please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01707 646 646.
Milton Park Therapeutic Campus
Milton Park Therapeutic Campus has specialist units for PICU, Women with Autism and Personality Disorder, Locked and Unlocked rehabilitation services for Men and Women and individuals with Learning Disability.Located near St Neots on the Cambridgeshire / Bedfordshire border, patients at Milton Park benefit from the on-site Star Centre and community facilities in the local town as well as the excellent road and rail links.
Below is a Virtual Tour to Milton Park Therapeutic Campus.
Oakley House is a large Victorian home that has been converted to meet the needs of 8 adults with Asperger syndrome or High Functioning Autism. Each resident has their own bedroom with en-suite facilities and has access to the communal kitchen, living room, dining room, computer room and garden.
Manor Farm is a large converted farm house on the outskirts of Abbotsley, a small Cambridgeshire village. The house has been adapted into a 9 bedroom home for adults with Autism and severe Learning Disabilities. Each resident has their own bedroom with en-suite facilities and has access to the communal kitchen, living room, dining room, conservatory and garden.
Eynesbury HouseEynesbury House is a large Victorian house that has been converted to meet the challenging needs of people with Asperger syndrome or High Functioning Autism. The home consists of 6 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities. There is a communal kitchen, dining room, lounge, conservatory and garden. ‘The Mews’ is adjacent to the main home and provides supported living accommodation.
Residents are supported to develop their independent living and social awareness skills to enable them to move to more independent living when appropriate. Elm House is comprised of 2 neighbouring 6 bedded houses. We recently created a 6 bedded supported living unit in one of the houses. Elm House is a short walk from St Neots town centre.
Cranwell Court is a converted farm house that provides a specialist home for 6 adults with Asperger syndrome or
High Functioning Autism. Each Resident has a single bedroom with en-suite facilities with attached living room. They have access to the communal kitchen, living room and garden. The home is located in the village of Wyboston in Bedfordshire; within 5 minutes drive of the market town of St Neots.