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The Dallingtons

Dallington House and Dallington Lodge provide open rehabilitation for men with chronic mental health, functional illnesses and dementia. These two units are on a site with a mature leafy garden and shared therapy space.

Dallington House caters for men with long standing serious mental health problems, and some also have challenging behaviour or substance misuse. The adjacent Dallington Lodge also provides for men with serious mental health issues and functional illnesses, but in addition has a segregated floor for patients with cognitive impairment.

Each service user has their own en-suite bedroom with either a shower or wet room and access to large communal facilities for socialising, eating together and relaxing. They can exercise and enjoy fresh air in the garden area.

The Dallingtons’ provide enclosed facilities which are within walking distance of local facilities in the community, which supports each person’s tailored care pathway by allowing supervised activities in the local area as a bridge to volunteering, working or taking up educational opportunities.

If you would like to know more about the care offered at the Dallingtons, please call our Manager, Sunderjit Bhullar, on 01604 581 181 (Dallington House) or 01604 754 654 (Dallington Lodge). He will be pleased to answer any questions and arrange to show you around.

You can read more about our provision for men with chronic mental health and dementia in the Hospital Care section.

Types of care offered at The Dallingtons

Step-down care | Serious Mental Health Care | Treatment for Substance
Misuse Dementia Care | Traumatic Brain Injury
Care of those sectioned under the Mental Health Act

The Dallingtons

The Dallingtons
116 Harlestone Road
Northampton
NN5 6AB

Dallington House, Tel: 01604 581 181
Dallington Lodge, Tel: 01604 754 654

Manager

Kelly Spanswick
Kelly.Spanswick@smhc.uk.com

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