Milton Park Hospital
Milton Park Information Sheet
Milton Park Hospital provides a modern therapeutic approach to care and support for people experiencing difficulties associated with their Autistic Spectrum Condition and co-morbid conditions including mental health issues such as; anxiety, depression, Bi-Polar Disorder, Schizophrenia.
As a specialist Asperger syndrome hospital Milton Park provides:
- Person centred care plans
- Safe, structured and supportive environment
- Progressive care pathways
- Robust crisis planning
- Single Sex accommodation
- Transparent costs
- Therapeutic and clinical interventions
- Creation of Positive outcomes
At Milton Park Hospital we work holistically to create a robust therapeutic environment where adults with ASC are supported by the Multi Disciplinary Team (MDT) to work through their difficulties and enable individuals to progress through our care pathway onto a successful care placement in the community. We work closely with care professionals and funding authorities to identify clear objectives of admission, planned interventions and scheduled transitions back to the local area.
Milton Park Hospital is situated in Bedfordshire, providing specialist care for adults from across the UK including London, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.
Person centred care
Each patient has a person centred care plan devised by the patient and the MDT. The robust care plan includes a therapeutic strategy to support patients through their individual difficulties, anxieties and needs. Patients are also supported to develop the skills required to enable them to progress through the hospital care pathway and on to community based support.
Milton Park Hospital is Fully Compliant with the Care Quality Commission
following its latest CQC Inspection. You can download the full report here
. The report shows the great efforts the whole staff team at Milton Park have been making to improve the outcomes for our patients who often have very complex needs.
Please feel free to contact us
by email or call us on 01707 646 646 if you would like to discuss any element of the report or our future plans.
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