We provide short breaks in a purpose built unit for families and their children (3-18 years of age) with complex health needs.
Hannah House is a purpose built self-contained 'home from home' style facility which provides planned or emergency short break care for children with complex health needs. It was built as a result of a charitable donation from a parent (Hannah’s Mum, Maureen Chapman) and the Leeds Health Authority agreed to fund the ongoing running costs.
The building is both innovative and award winning in design with a circular multi-sensory room as the focal point. The building has six bedrooms, a quiet room, a sitting room, an open plan dining/activity area and an enclosed garden and patio area.
Who's it for?
We offer short break care to children up to their 18th birthday, who have complex health needs requiring a significant amount of nursing care, and who either live within the Leeds Metropolitan Boundary or are registered with a Leeds GP. They must have a completed care assessment and meet the criteria of the Leeds Children’s Nursing Dependency Score.
Please view the ICAN referrals page.
Tel: 0113 282 9173 / 07794 628402
Leeds LS26 0DX
Hannah House operates a 24/7, 365 days a year service - visiting times are flexible but need to be pre-arranged. Parents or carers can contact us anytime.
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