Selborne House


Based in Selborne Road, Handsworth Wood, Birmingham and registered with the Care Quality Commission, Selborne House has two units, the Ascot Unit, providing spacious, individual, en-suited accommodation for 7 persons, with communal areas and the Beverley Unit, providing 8 studio apartments with en-suites and kitchen facilities. Selborne House was awarded a 2 star rating from the Care Quality Commission on its most recent inspection.

Selborne House provides in each of Ascot and Beverley, personal space identifiably affording a feeling of “home” which promotes well-being and security and affords the opportunity to develop the daily living skills necessary to provide a pathway and transition to successful community living.

Key features

  • Provision of a safe homely environment
  • Dedicated and highly trained staff
  • Reputation for successfully supporting people with complex needs
  • Promoting choice and autonomy through a person centred plan
  • Outcome focussed planning
  • Health action plans
  • Respecting individuals cultural, social, religious, emotional, intellectual and physical needs
  • Enhancing skills and self-confidence
  • Never placing limitations on the potential of a person

Community engagement

All of our service users are encouraged to enjoy and participate in all that the local community has to offer.

Activities include:

  • College courses
  • Music, art, literacy, numeracy, communication skills
  • Daily living skills, meal preparation, budgeting
  • Shopping, using public transport
  • Social outings, hobbies, goals, swimming, fitness, cinema, driving lessons, leisure trips, beauty treatments

Living a fulfilling life

We will support our service users to access opportunities for voluntary or paid employment to develop skills and self-confidence to develop friendships and relationships.

Mark Butler – Director of Professional Services

A registered nurse (RMN), Mark has 30 years experience in various NHS and independent care settings. Prior to being involved in the creation of Selborne, Mark had national responsibility for ensuring delivery of quality care through clinical governance within a large healthcare organisation. As the responsible individual, Mark undertakes the operational responsibilities of the Homes on behalf of the company, including development of policy and procedures, protocol, guidelines and corporate governance protocols and practices for the organisation. In addition to his nursing qualifications Mark has obtained a number of other qualifications relevant to his role as Director of Professional Services. Mark is a member of IMHAP and is a member of a board of Mental Health Act Hospital Managers.

Selborne House
34 Selborne Road
Handsworth Wood
B20 2DW

Tel: 0121 515 3990