Denison House | Selby

Selby, YO8 8DA

Denison House Care Home is located in the pleasant residential area of Selby.

Located in a pleasant residential area of Selby, Denison House is a vibrant, spacious, dementia friendly care home, registered to accommodate up to 31 elderly residents, either for a long term stay or for short periods of respite. We have daily activities, including chair exercise classes, motivation groups, singing and dancing sessions, holistic therapy, and arts & crafts, as well as a great outdoor space for residents to relax in.

Denison House is within walking distance of Selby town centre, which includes a variety of shops, pubs and cafes, as well as an open market every Monday. Several parks, a large library, a bus station and train station are situated nearby.

Quite a lot of people come to stay with us from home or following a stay in hospital and often for a trial period.

We appreciate not everyone is the same and have individual needs and preferences. We also understand that a move into residential care is a big step. With this in mind, we will carry out a care and needs assessment in response to your enquiry.

Spacious facilities for daily living are essential to well-being and we have created an excellent environment where clients can feel relaxed, at home and enjoy a welcoming space for their visitors.

Denison House specialises in dementia and offers day care to support Carers with “me time”.

01757 703884

Facilities

Activity room
Spacious garden
Ample parking
TV lounge
Quiet room
Internet/WiFI
Dining room
Ensuite rooms
Nurse call system
24/7 care
Onsite kitchen

Accessibility

Lift
Wheelchair access
Stairlift
Handrails
Close to transport links
Close to amenities
manager-photo

Anne Bond

I have been a Home Manager for 20 years, during that time I have managed several homes catering for Residential & Nursing care and Dementia clients.

I have a Level 4 NVQ in health & Social Care and Level 5 in Management.

I love to socialise with the residents I am caring for and enjoy brightening up someone’s day, which is the main reason I came into the care industry. After my Nan went into a home I saw the wonderful work that was being achieved and knew that this is what I wanted to do.