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Oakley Unit - Mallard House Neurological Care Centre

Our Oakley Unit offers individualised and highly supportive care for people aged 18 years upwards with progressive neurological conditions and complex healthcare needs including difficult and diverse behaviours such as Huntington’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, Muscular Dystrophy, cerebral injuries and other progressive neurological conditions.

Our award-winning design facility has specially designed  lounges and gardens landscaped to suit a variety of physical and mental health needs. All 29 single en-suite bedrooms are fully furnished but we also encourage our residents to personalise them as much as possible.

We also provide a permanent respite room allowing residents to make short stays for rehabilitation, medication reviews or when family are away. Our highly skilled and  multi-disciplinary team are able to anticipate the needs of our residents and plan their individual care accordingly, which includes  therapeutic activities that reflect residents personal hobbies and interests.

We are located in Milton Keynes - please see website for details.

Who to contact

01908 524 530

Where to go

Sat Nav Postcode: MK8 0NJ

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