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Magellan House to hold open day

On Thursday 26th January between 9am and 5pm we’ll be opening up our newest service, Magellan House, to the local community for the first time.


By |January 23rd, 2017|Home updates|0 Comments

Let’s unite against the bullies

Research from Mencap has found that one in four young people with a learning disability have been subjected to bullying from members of the public on a night out.

Bullying has no place in society. What’s more, the bullying of vulnerable people is so despicable that it warrants severe riposte from the learning disabilities community – and we at Pathway Healthcare are a big part of that community.


By |January 6th, 2017|news|0 Comments

Mencap urges public to be more accepting towards children with a learning disability

A recent survey from leading learning disabilities charity, Mencap, has highlighted the impact that negative public attitudes towards children with learning disabilities is having on their parents.

Most prominent of the findings taken from a survey of 1000 adults who have children with a learning disability is that 70% have felt unwelcome when out in public with […]

By |December 10th, 2016|news|0 Comments

Bainbridge Court pair show dedication with Horsham Green Gym

Of the many service users we care and support at Pathway Healthcare, we’d like to provide a special mention to two

Bainbridge Court residents, Patrick and Matthew.


By |November 24th, 2016|Service users|0 Comments

Learning disabilities at the Paralympics, just how far has the Games come?

The Rio 2016 Paralympics starts today and will run from the 7th-18th September, with 528 gold medals up for grabs (25 more than London 2012) over the 11 days.

But how far has the multi-sport, global event come and what has it come to mean for learning disabilities?

A brief history

We are lucky that we now live […]

By |September 7th, 2016|informative articles|0 Comments

Bainbridge Court service user is Oxfam superstar

Ryan is a resident at our Bainbridge Court service in Storrington. He was placed under our care and support in August 2011 because of his profound learning disability and anxiety disorder.

When he first arrived at our service, Ryan had a clinically high BMI and was a very shy individual with low self-esteem.


By |August 25th, 2016|Service users|0 Comments

Caring for someone with autism

Our work revolves around caring for and supporting adults with learning disabilities, complex needs and associated challenging behaviour. Autism is one such condition that some of our service users have.

As autism is a spectrum disorder, the amount it affects someone varies, which often means individuals can remain at home and live their lives supported by relatives rather than coming under specialist care and support services such as ours. In the case of moderate to severe autism, however, it’s generally harder for parents and carers – and this is where services such as ours can be necessary.


By |August 18th, 2016|education|0 Comments

Bainbridge Court have been out and about!

Residents and staff from our Bainbridge Court service have been enjoying a packed two weeks, making the most of the warmer months and getting out and active at local community facilities.

Firstly, two of the residents went on a trip to Guildford Leisure Centre on Tuesday of this week.

Patrick and Matthew enjoyed bouncing on the centre’s indoor […]

By |August 3rd, 2016|Home updates|0 Comments

Cabot House open day and summer BBQ

On Wednesday 17th August, our Crawley service, Cabot House, will host an open day.

But this won’t be any ordinary open day. This will be a Summer BBQ and fun open day – an event for anyone in Crawley, East Grinstead and the surrounding areas with an interest in placing someone with us or anyone who has an interest in Pathway Healthcare as a service provider.


By |July 26th, 2016|events|0 Comments

Our latest service to open in the coming weeks

Our latest residential care home for adults with learning disabilities,  complex needs and associated challenging behaviour, Magellan House, is set to open in the coming weeks.


By |July 22nd, 2016|Home updates|0 Comments