The White House
Caring for Younger and Older People with Dementia
Who We Are
The White House is a stunning country home set in eighteen acres of beautiful formal gardens, woodland and paddocks. It offers a safe, homely and caring environment whilst providing a high standard of person-centred care for up to forty-six residents of any age, who have a diagnosis of dementia or associated mental health problems.
The White House is a successfully run family business created by Julie Harrison in 1983. Julie's daughter, Emma is the registered manager and her son, Neil, manages both the maintenance and the grounds. Together they share the day to day management of the home.
The home consists of the Main House and three purpose-built connected units which allow free-flowing access to all areas, for all residents.