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Opening Shortly - Gifford A and B

Milton Park is proud to announce that the Gifford A and B units are opening soon.

Gifford A is a 7 bed male open rehabilitation service and Gifford B is a 6 bed female service.  This is a stepdown between the locked rehabilitation units at Milton Park and Pathway House and provides a safe, therapeutic environment for adult Autistic men to enhance their independent living skills to enable them to move back into the community.
The units will offer a stepdown service from locked rehabilitation services and provides the next step for patients into residential or supported living. This further enhances the patient pathways available at Milton Park.
The brand new, refurbished units offer a specialist Autism, Learning Disabilities and Mental Health service. 

Both units provide a fantastic open plan layout with spacious kitchens, ensuite bedrooms, dining areas and lounges in which to build upon the individuals domestic skills.  Subject to a satisfactory risk assessment access fobs are provided for patients to access areas and continue with their therapeutic programmes in the least restrictive environment.
The Therapeutic and Clinical Teams at Milton Park focus on a holistic approach when working with patients and use the Spectrum Star (an outcome measurement tool for people with Autism) and integrated treatment and positive behaviour support plans to ensure admission objectives are being achieved.

We focus on supporting patients to achieve independent living outcomes which may include developing daily skills, health and well-being activities and social interaction.

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One of the great advantages of having our campus layout , is that our patients have a visual perspective on how their treatment pathway takes them from point of entry ,  through Milton Park and out the other end into a suitable community placement . One cannot underestimate how important this is for the patients we support .
David Lewis, Hospital Director