Christchurch View

Neurological rehabilitation service in Northamptonshire

At Christchurch View, we offer a rehabilitation pathway for adults with post-acute needs. We are committed to helping every person we support feel safe, happy and empowered, enabling them to live the best life possible.

Front door of Christchurch View.

Capacity up to 18


All genders


We provide post-acute rehabilitation through to specialist care pathways.

Situated near the picturesque Abington Park, the multi-disciplinary team (MDT) at Christchurch View supports up to 18 adults on individualised recovery journeys from post-acute rehabilitation through to specialist community-based transitional rehabilitation.

Residents at Christchurch View are encouraged to choose what they would like to do each day and access a broad range of amenities, educational and occupational opportunities. The town centre is nearby with public transport options, allowing residents to follow social and leisure pursuits. There is also the opportunity to go on small group outings further afield in the service’s minibus.

Our tailored care plans of positive mental and physical wellbeing are designed for each resident to enable quality of life, and our highly experienced team works with residents to achieve their goals. With thoughtful and compassionate support from all staff, residents can be as independent as possible in the communities they interact with, and, where appropriate, are entrusted with a fob to the front door and their own bedroom key and may welcome their family and friends seven days a week.

By working together with residents, families, and healthcare professionals, as well as our colleagues at Loyd House — our strategically neighbouring neurological rehabilitation facility — we maximise independence and recovery for residents to live their best life possible in a nurturing and homely environment.

Conditions we support, but are not limited to:

  • brain injury
  • spinal injury
  • stroke
  • progressive neurological conditions
  • cognitive rehabilitation
  • co-morbid mental health diagnosis
  • functional neurological disorder
  • sensory impairment
  • physical disabilities

Our multi-disciplinary team (MDT):

  • Service manager
  • Deputy manager
  • Rehabilitation consultant
  • Occupational therapists
  • Neuropsychologist
  • Speech and language therapists
  • Rehabilitation and therapy assistants
  • Physiotherapists
  • Keyworkers
  • Support workers
  • Activity coordinator

18 bedrooms

All bedrooms have en-suite facilities and residents are encouraged to personalise their bedrooms.

Therapy gym

We have a pool table and residents may access the therapy gym and personalised training programmes.

Large communal spaces

We have two relaxing communal lounge areas where residents convene for group and individual activities.

Therapy kitchen

Residents are encouraged to make recipes and prepare food for themselves, and enjoy meals together in our large dining room.

Community garden

We have a large garden area with a water feature and BBQ, where residents pot plants and create feature hanging baskets.

Therapy room

We encourage a policy of openness and have a purpose built therapy room for residents to have open conversations.

Download our brochure

Our goal is to care for people and help them lead rich, rewarding and meaningful lives, however that looks for them. Download our brochure to learn more about the services we provide at Active Care Group.

Case study

Download our case studies to learn more about the work we do at Christchurch View.

Commitment to Quality

Our address

2 Christchurch Road, Abington, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 5LL

Contact number

Tel: 01604 824201

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