Alne Hall | York

Alne York YO61 1SA

Alne Hall is a residential nursing home providing support for 29 physically disabled adults.

We specialise in supporting people who have varying needs as a result of physical and long-term neurological conditions including cerebral palsy, Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida & hydrocephalus, and stroke.

Our Registered Nurse teams are highly skilled and trained to deliver specialist and complex nursing care and have significant experience with tracheostomy, PEG care, wound management and the provision of end of life care.

The full-time support we provide is flexible and designed to help build skills, inspire confidence and encourage people to live more independently. We work directly with each individual to develop a personalised support programme based on their needs, wishes and aspirations. This includes personal care, health & wellbeing programmes, physiotherapy, community engagement, enablement, volunteering & activities and respite and transition services.

01347 838295

Facilities

Day care
Respite care
Physiotherapy
Own GP if required
Own furniture if required
Multi-sensory room
Pets by arrangement
Minibus or other transport
Wheelchair access
Ground floor accommodation only
Gardens for residents
Kitchenette
Phone point in own room

Accessibility

Disabled toilets
Disabled parking
Wheelchair access
On site minibus
manager-photo

Helen Oldfield

I previously worked at Denison House (Valorum Care) since 2017, starting in the office, before becoming Deputy Manager and then Registered Manager.

Since then, I’ve moved over to Alne Hall. I am a dementia care champion for the home and have worked towards a Level 5 diploma in Health and Social Care.

My passion for care comes from caring for my mother and my grandma. I looked after my mother before she sadly passed away from cancer and I cared for my grandma for two years when she developed advanced dementia.

My experiences caring for loved ones taught me that it is ‘OK’ to admit you are struggling – help is available – and I learned that I could make a difference to peoples’ lives