Oakdene House

Oakdene House is a 9-bed specialist residential care service for women with complex needs including learning disabilities, mental health conditions, and complex needs, often also with forensic histories.

Oakdene House

Oakdene House is a 9-bed specialist residential care service for women with complex needs including learning disabilities, mental health conditions, complex needs, often also with forensic histories.


Oakdene House aims to deliver person-centered care and support to enable people to build upon the skills needed to lead an independent, meaningful life in partnership with their family and friends, and will encourage their active involvement, ensuring their views and comments are listened to and acted upon. Our experienced and well-trained staff provide individualised care and Positive Behavioural Support to promote independence and choice. There is a universal commitment within the whole of Glenholme to treat those we support and their families with dignity and respect.

As part of recovery, we make sure that those we support at Oakdene House have access to our activity coordinator who supports includes access to activities both within the home and within the community such as college classes, leisure activities, support groups and networks.

Oakdene House is a 9-bedroom home with a generous communal lounge, kitchen and garden for shared use. It is situated in a leafy suburb of North London close to shops and good transport links.

Oakdene House
30-32 Woodside Park Road
N12 8RP

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Care enquiries: 0208 446 3401
*Phone lines are open 9am – 5pm

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Glenholme is passionate about delivering safe, individualised care and support to promote independence, choice and inclusion. We work hard to provide the support we would want for our own family members. The team at Oakdene House is able to support individuals with diverse needs, and we support and care for both local authority and self-funded residents.

    Learning disabilities

    Complex needs

    Mental health conditions

    Autism spectrum conditions

    Social, emotional or communication difficulties


Wi-fi available

En-suite rooms

Spacious rooms

Communal spaces


Oakdene House residential care facility hosts a team of care professionals as well as our excellent cleaning and maintenance staff. They are led by our home manager and supported by the wider Glenholme Healthcare Group.

Fran Winney

Fran Winney

Operations Manager

Fran and her team have undergone extensive checks prior to employment ensuring that they have the skills and qualities we require when working with vulnerable people. They are trained in health & safety, basic first aid, abuse awareness (safeguarding), administering medicine, infection control and the care certificate as well as other bespoke training as required.

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Before making the final decision to move into our Glenholme facility, potential residents will be encouraged to spend time there to ensure it is the best place for them. A comprehensive pre-admission assessment will be completed which will concentrate on the persons’ needs and wishes.

Individualised Support

Glenholme is fully committed to providing Person-Centred Care to ensure that individuals are at the centre of all decisions around their lives.

Positive Behavioural Support

The Positive Behavioural Support model underpins our commitment to delivering truly individualised support for people whose behaviour may challenge.

Complete Support for Daily Life

At Glenholme, we are able to provide a continuum of support for an individual’s ever-evolving needs and aspirations through all stages of life.


Oakdene House

Next steps?

To learn more about Oakdene House, book a visit or make a referral please complete this contact form or call us at 020 8446 3401 and discuss your care needs.

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