About Pathway

The senior management team behind Pathway Healthcare bring a vast amount of experience from across the health and social care spectrum.  With skills developed from working in mental health, learning disabilities, special educational needs and autism, the team are able to offer a comprehensive yet focused approach to supporting people with learning disabilities, complex needs and behaviours which can challenge.

We have firmly established ourselves as a reputable provider, benefiting from well-developed, strong and stable compliance, governance and central support frameworks.

We place a great deal of emphasis on hiring naturally caring members of staff who are professional, highly qualified and understand our ethos, which centres on delivering exceptional levels of care in homely environments that promote greater independence and personal development.

A New Direction

Our unique approach to individuals’ journeys involves focusing on their abilities rather than their disabilities. This positive method ensures that they develop new skills and gain greater independence over time, helping them to lead fuller lives.

This approach is complemented by our high quality, purpose-built accommodation. With bright and open layouts and care homes that feature some of the latest developments in sensory technology, we’re able to meet the needs of a wide range of individuals.

Our experienced and highly skilled staff teams work closely with local community teams to develop and implement appropriate person-centered pathways that enable individuals to make informed lifestyle choices and gain greater control over their lives.

Positive Outcomes

We know that each person under our care is an individual with their own specific and often complex needs, and that’s why we place so much focus on developing personalised journeys.

Our approach to learning disabilities and complex and challenging behaviour is one which focuses on providing wide-ranging support to enable the individual to work towards personal goals and achieve the most positive outcome – whether that’s independent living and employment, or living in a supported environment where they can access all the services the community has to offer.