Wycliffe House

Neurological Rehabilitation Service in Northhamptonshire

Wycliffe House offer a rehabilitation pathway from post-acute rehabilitation through to specialist community-based transitional rehabilitation. We’re committed to helping every person we support feel safe, happy and empowered, enabling them to live the best life possible. 


Capacity up to 5


Male Only


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

Wycliffe House is based in Northamptonshire, strategically neighbouring other Neurological Rehabilitation facilities Abington View and Loyd house, in which we work in close partnership. Our goal is to provide personalised care and rehabilitation to our residents and enhance their quality of life. 

The team at Wycliffe House work together to develop person-centered, evidence based rehabilitation care plans that aim to maximise the individual’s independence and recovery. Through personalised care plans we’re able to maximise each resident’s independence allowing them to work towards their goals. 

We work with our residents on key life skills, with each resident having access to an multidisciplinary care team consisting of a Rehabilitation Medicine Consultant, Neuropsychology, Physiotherapists, Speech and Language Therapists and Occupational Therapists, as required.

Wycliffe House has 5 en-suite bedrooms. Located close to the park and local shops so residents benefit from educational, social and occupational opportunities in the heart of the community.

Our wonderful team understand that a holistic approach is necessary to ensure that those in our care are safe, happy, and healthy. We promote and fulfil the company values of being caring, honest, pro-active, and empowering for those we support.

We support those with, but are not limited to:

  • Brain injury
  • Spinal injury
  • Stroke
  • Progressive neurological conditions
  • Cognitive rehabilitation 
  • Functional neurological disorder

5 bedrooms

Wycliffe has capacity for up to 5 residents where we care and support them in their neurological rehabilitation.

En-suite bathrooms

Rooms come with en-suite bathrooms giving residents as much privacy as possible whilst in our services.

Communal lounges

Our communal lounges are where residents come together for activities and to socialise in a friendly environment.

Therapy kitchen

The therapy kitchen allows residents to learn new occupational skills whilst recovering cognitive abilities.

Landscaped garden

The garden area is always full of residents interacting, playing games enjoying a book or training their green thumbs.

Physiotherapy gym

We have a physiotherapy gym which aids residents with their rehabilitation under the supervision of a trained professional.

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.

Headway Approved

We are extremely proud to be accredited as an approved provider of specialist Brain Injury care by the Headway Brain Injury Association

Commitment to Quality

At Wycliffe House we have aligned and agreed our strategic goals to define what we want our organisation to achieve. This means we have also aligned them with the five domains of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection standards to ensure we provide the very best care possible to all our residents.

Our Address

2 Christchurch Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN1 5LL

Contact Number

Tel: 01604 824203

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