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December 2011

A guide to

residential and nursing care in Sheffield


As a Residential and Dementia Care Home we are contracted with the local authority to accept people who need 24-hour care. Our age range is usually from 65 years onwards. We provide residential and dementia care which can be offered as either a long term placement, short term placement or periods of respite depending on the availability of beds and a residents needs.

Residential and Dementia Care Home for Older People

Beechy Knoll 378 Richmond Road, Sheffield S13 8LZ Telephone: 0114 239 5776 Fax: 0114 264 6063 Email: beechyknoll378@ yahoo.co.uk

Aaron View Residential Care Home

Long or short stays welcome Individual care needs catered for including diets Activities program Age range 65+ Caring and friendly atmosphere Highly accredited by the care quality commission

Dedicated care and kindness

285 Lane End, Chapeltown, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S35 3UH Tel: 0114 286 9753 www.superiorcarehomes.com

Croft Acres Residential home for the elderly

Highly accredited by the

Care Quality Commission

• Single & twin ensuite room with digital tv & telephone • Extensive activities program including Hairdressing, Chiropody, Aromatherapy • In-house transport for weekly access • Traditional home cooking with locally sourced products

• Caring and friendly atmosphere • 24 beds A purpose built family run business established for the last 25 years. 17 Priory Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1LW www.twelvetreesresidential.co.uk www.twelvetreeshomecare.co.uk Email: Simon.mills@btinternet.com

Proprietor: Mrs P. M. Bradshaw

Tel: 0114 234 0016 croftacresltd@btinternet.com

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Introduction There are many different types of support available to help you to remain safely in your own home. However there may come a time when this no longer meets your needs. You might need to think about living in a place where support is available 24 hours a day. This guide has information on residential accommodation and nursing care in Sheffield. You can find out about: • the help we provide • how you choose which home you want to live in

• paying for your care • how the homes in this guide are inspected. You can also look through the list of residential accommodation and nursing care homes in Sheffield to see if there’s one suitable for your needs. If you have difficulty communicating in English we can help by providing an interpreter. To ask for our help contact our Adult Access Team on: (0114) 273 4908.

Contents About the help we provide

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Mental Capacity Act - Who decides when you can’t

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Extra Care Housing in Sheffield

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Living in a residential or nursing home

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Paying for your care

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Inspecting homes in Sheffield

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Questions to ask when choosing a home

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Protecting adults

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Making a comment, compliment or complaint

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Meaning of words used in this booklet

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Residential and nursing homes

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Is Your Listing Correct?

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About the help we provide Sheffield City Council provides help for people in Sheffield in many different ways. If we can’t help you we may know who can, so please ask us.

What will happen? We will work with you to identify your needs and any risks to your independence. We will then assess your level of need and risk to determine if you are eligible for support from us. You are the best person to say what is right for you. We will work with you to maximise your independence. We may be able to do this without the need for an assessment or a personal budget. However, an assessment may be required in order to support you more effectively. This may result in you being allocated a personal budget. A personal budget gives you choice and control of what support you have and how you live your life. This is called Self Directed Support. A personal budget is money given to you by us so that you can arrange and pay for support. The amount of money you get in your personal budget is based on your social care needs, and the money can be used flexibly and creatively to give you more choice about the support you choose. You may be asked to contribute to your personal budget following your financial assessment.

Our priorities and criteria We aim to provide choice, control and independence for the people of Sheffield and provide support and protection to

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those who need it the most. Therefore, you will be eligible for support if there is a significant or immediate risk to your safety, independence and wellbeing. If you are eligible for support you will then have a financial assessment to see if you are able to contribute to the cost of your support. For more information on this see ‘Paying for your care’ on page 7. We will also take into account the situation of your carer, if you have one, and any risks to their independence and wellbeing. To request a carers assessment contact the Adult Access Team. For a full description on how we assess your level of need or for more details on our eligibility criteria, contact us on the details below. www.sheffield.gov.uk/ adultsocialcareeligibility

What happens if I’m not eligible? If there is only some or little risk to your safety, independence and wellbeing we will provide you with information and advice about community services to help you remain independent and prevent your situation from getting worse. You are entitled to a reassessment at any time if your needs change or worsen. To request a reassessment you can contact your Social Worker directly if you have one or alternatively contact the Adult Access Team.

Your assessment The first step to getting a Personal Budget is to complete an assessment


About the help we provide questionnaire. This asks about your life, what kind of support you need and, most importantly, what you want from your life. Your Social Worker or Care Manager will visit you and can support you to complete the assessment questionnaire. You may also want to ask people who know you well to help you, these could be your family, your friends, an advocate, staff or other people paid to help you or health professionals. During this discussion the Social Worker or Care Manager will be able to offer their advice about which services you may wish to look into and also if you may need a lot of support they can help you decide if Residential or Nursing Care would be an option for you. You will also be told about your Financial Assessment. During your Financial Assessment you will be asked some basic financial information about your income, savings and benefits as you may be asked to make a financial contribution towards the amount in your budget. You’ll find more information on this in the ‘Paying for your care’ section. The answers from your assessment questionnaire are reviewed against our eligibility criteria and used to work out the amount of money you could get in your Personal Budget, this is called your Indicative Budget. Your Social Worker or Care Manager will then arrange a time to come to see you to discuss with you how you would like to complete your support plan.

services will be put in place to support and keep you safe while you are going through the Self Directed Support process.

What is a support plan? When you know the amount of your Indicative Budget, you will need to write a support plan to show how you will meet your needs using some or all of this money. Your support plan shows how you will use your budget to meet your needs and live the life you want. We’ll need to agree that your plan meets your needs, keeps you safe, spends the money legally, and that you have budgeted for unforeseen circumstances before you are able to get your Personal Budget. You can choose to do your own support plan, ask for help from your family, friends or an advocate, choose to pay an external agency to help you, or your Social Worker or Care Manager can help. If you’re not happy about any part of the support plan you’ll have the chance to say so. If you feel we’ve got something wrong or we’re ignoring your wishes you can ask us to look at your case again.

How to contact us Call in to the First Point Reception at Howden House in the city centre, or telephone our Adult Access Team on: (0114) 273 4908.

In some cases, as part of the assessment,

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Mental Capacity Act - who decides when you can’t? Mental capacity means being able to make your own decisions. A new law has been introduced to help and support you when you’re unable to make decisions. You may have difficulty making decisions because of dementia, mental health problems, learning disabilities, a brain injury or stroke. The act tells you: • what to do to help you make your own decisions about something

• how to plan ahead for a time when you may loose the ability to make your own decisions in the future • how to work out if you can make your own decisions about something • what to do if there are some decisions you cannot make. If you want to know more about the Mental Capacity Act then contact our Adult Access Team on: (0114) 273 4908.

Extra Care Housing in Sheffield Extra Care Housing schemes are different to residential or nursing homes. Extra Care schemes let you live independently with the reassurance that help is there if you need it. They are self contained flats and bungalows with onsite care staff who, when required, can provide the care and support you may need to improve your health and well-being. The schemes vary in size, location and facilities, and provide a range of housing options with homes to rent, buy or part buy. They are available for anyone 55 or over and cater for a variety of needs.

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There are five schemes in Sheffield, they are: • Guildford Grange at Norfolk Park (0114) 273 7920 • The Meadows in Shirecliffe (0114) 243 5749 • Brunswick Gardens in Woodhouse (0114) 294 0000 • White Willows in Jordanthorpe (0114) 237 7960 • Roman Ridge in Wincobank (0114) 280 0540


Living in a residential or nursing home If you want to organise and pay for your care in a residential or nursing home then you should contact one of the homes in this booklet. If you’d like our help to arrange your care, or if you need help paying for care in a home, please visit the First Point Reception at Howden House in the city centre, or telephone our Adult Access Team on: (0114) 273 4908.

nursing home. The council has its own criteria to follow when we decide. In most case it will be clear which type of home is most suitable. In discussion with the assessor an agreement will be reached on the most suitable place to meet your needs. The council will only pay for a place in a nursing home if your assessment shows that your needs couldn’t be met in a residential care home.

In this section you’ll find answers to many of the questions people ask about moving into a home. We’ve made every effort to make sure this information is clear and upto-date. However, it is not intended to be a complete and authoritative statement of the law on the issues covered. The council cannot accept responsibility for any loss arising from the use of information contained in this booklet.

Residential homes offer the same care and help that you could get if a relative or friend looked after you. Staff in a care home can help you with washing and dressing, at meal times and help going to the toilet. In some homes staff can help you to gain skills that help you to be independent. A district nurse makes regular visits to care homes.

Can I choose the type of home I want to live in? The person who carries out the assessment (called the assessor) will talk to you about whether your needs will be best met in a residential care home or

Nursing homes offer 24 hour nursing care by trained nursing staff. The person in charge of the care home must be a qualified doctor or nurse, and there will always be nursing staff on duty to care for you.

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Living in a residential or nursing home Which home will I like? Only you can decide which home you’ll like, so you should visit the home - perhaps with your family or friends. All homeowners prefer people to visit before they decide – and you can visit more than one home before making your choice. A list of questions to ask the home is on page 12. There’s a trial period of up to four weeks before you finally make up your mind. You can check which homes in Sheffield have vacancies by telephoning the Bed Bureau on: (0114) 273 4804. They have up-to-date information on spaces in local homes and can be contacted Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm. Or you can visit our website www.sheffield.gov.uk/caresupport/ resnursing/places. If the home is full you can choose to live in a similar home while you wait. When a place is available you can choose either to move or stay where you are.

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What if I don’t want to go into another home temporarily? If you’re not at risk we’ll try to give you help to stay in your own home until a vacancy occurs. Of course if you’re at risk or if your needs can only be met fully by living in a residential care home then we’ll not be able to meet them properly in your own home. Can I stay in hospital until a vacancy occurs? This is not normally possible as someone else may be waiting for urgent treatment. If you no longer need to be in hospital we’ll offer you a place in another home or help to stay in your own home until a vacancy occurs. So I’ve decided, what next? Once you have chosen your home, a member of staff from the home will visit you to chat about when and how you’ll be moving in. This is a good time to ask any final questions you have such as meal times, activities run in the home and so on.


Paying for your care Sheffield City Council will help you to pay the fees for residential care if we think this is the kind of help you need, and if we think you can’t afford to pay for it yourself. All residents in residential and nursing homes have to pay something towards the cost of their place. The amount is worked out according to a national set of rules, and will vary depending on your circumstances. Most of your income, including your state benefit, goes towards paying your fees. However you’ll be left with a weekly amount for your own use, called your Personal Allowance. From 11 April 2011 the Personal Allowance is £22.60 every week. Together with one of our Financial Assessment Visiting Officers, we’ll ask you to complete a financial information form and produce documents as evidence of your income and capital. We’ll pay the difference between your contribution and the fee for your place in the home, as long as the home doesn’t charge more than we would expect to pay. We set a price each year that we feel is reasonable to pay for care in a home. For residential care this is called the Purchaser’s Standard Fee (PSF), and if a home meets a higher environmental standard we pay an additional amount. For nursing care it is called the Purchaser’s Personal Care Rate (PPCR), and if a home meets a higher environmental standard we pay an additional amount. Details of the prices per week from 11 April

2011 for places in Sheffield are given in the table below. For more information contact our Financial Assessment Section on (0114) 273 4440, (0114) 273 4613 or (0114) 273 4825 or financial.assessments@sheffield.gov.uk. You may be given a provisional financial assessment whilst we’re undertaking a full assessment of your financial circumstances. The provisional financial assessment will be subject to a four weekly review pending your final financial assessment. Your final financial assessment may be different from the provisional one, and will be backdated to the start date of your service.

OLDER PEOPLE Council or Sheffield Care Trust run residential home £412 Other residential care homes Standard High dependency/ Functional Mental Illness Elderly Mentally Infirm

PSF £338

PSF+HES £340

£371 £379

£375 £383

Nursing care PPCR+HES Standard Elderly Mentally Infirm

PPCR

MENTAL HEALTH SUBSTANCE MISUSE – Alcohol SUBSTANCE MISUSE – Drugs

Residential Nursing £276 £339 £431 £431

£375 £387

£381 £393

Key to Abbreviations PSF = Purchaser’s Standard Fee HES = Higher Environmental Standard PPCR = Purchaser’s Personal Care Rate

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Paying for your care If your place at the home costs more than the amount the council will pay you’ll need to have a relative, a friend or a charity willing to pay the difference when you are living there. They’ll have to sign an agreement to pay the additional cost of your care. If at any time they’re unable to pay this amount you may be asked to move to another home. You can’t use your own money to pay the additional cost. You would be advised to inform yourself about your financial options. The below online guide gives useful information about how independent financial advice can be accessed. www.societyoflaterlifeadvisers.co.uk/ PDF/ADASSpayingforcare.pdf You can also speak to the person carrying out your assessment. If you have a question about your finances you can also contact the Financial Assessment Section on: (0114) 273 4440 or (0114) 273 4613 or financial.assessments@sheffield .gov.uk. We recommend all new residents contact the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to check if they qualify for Pension Credit/Income Support to help pay towards the cost of staying in the home. You should always notify the DWP of any change in your circumstances, such as when moving into a care home. Are the charges the same for residential care and nursing care? If a nursing assessor decides you need

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nursing care the nursing part of that care will be funded by NHS Sheffield. You’ll still have to pay for the accommodation and personal care you receive in the home. Unless you pay the full fee for your care yourself this won’t affect your contribution. How do you work out my capital? Capital is the value of any cash or savings you have, together with anything you own that could be sold - apart from personal possessions. Your capital does not include any money you regularly receive from a pension, charity or other organisation — this is your income. The government rules on assessing your care charges from capital have different levels that change the amount you have to pay. 1. If you have capital less than £14,250 it will be ignored, and your charge will be assessed on your income alone. You may qualify for Pension Credit/Income Support, and we’ll pay the remainder of your fees up to the Purchaser’s Standard Fee. 2. If you have capital over £14,250 but under £23,250 your charges will be assessed on your income and capital. In most cases you’ll qualify for Pension Credit/Income Support, and we’ll pay the remainder of your fees up to the Purchaser’s Standard Fee. As your capital reduces towards £14,250 you’ll qualify for more Pension Credit/Income Support, and this will reduce the amount the council will have to pay towards your care. So it’s important you notify both the council and the DWP of all changes in your capital and income so that you get the right help paying your fees.


Paying for your care 3. If you have capital over £23,250 you must pay the full cost of your care. To help you pay the fees you may be entitled to Attendance Allowance/Disability Living Allowance care. If a nurse assessor decides you need nursing care you’ll also qualify for a payment from NHS Sheffield.

If you’ve over £23,250 in capital you’ll pay the full fee for your care. If your capital includes the value of property that we can’t ignore under one of the categories above, we’ll not include its value as capital until the start of week 13 or the date the property is sold if sooner. You’ll have until the end of week 12 to decide if you wish to become a permanent resident or How much will my capital add to my fees? return home. If you choose to remain in the home the value of your property will be added If your capital is between £14,250 and to your capital, and your fees will increase to £23,249 the cost of your care charges from the full fee. capital will increase by £1 per week for every If the value of your capital, without the value £250 of capital you have and part thereof. of your property, is more than £23,250 then • So if you’ve £17,800 capital your care you will pay the full fee from the day you charges from capital will add an extra £15 enter care. However if your capital other than to your contribution to the fees ((£17,800 – your property drops below £23,250 before £14,250) ÷ £250 = £15). you have sold your property you would be • If you’ve £14,400 capital your care charges entitled to 12 weeks of funding as if you had from capital will add an extra £1 to your just entered care. From the beginning of week contribution to the fees ((£14,400 – £14,250) 13 whilst your capital without the value of your property is more than £3,000 you’ll have ÷ £250 = £1). to pay the full cost of your fees. If you don’t Will my home be counted as Capital? sell your property and your available capital Sometimes we can ignore the value of the reduces to less than £3,000 we can provide property that you live in before entering an interest free loan to help you pay your fees. permanent residential care. For instance when Depending on your circumstances interest someone continues to live in the property who is: may be charged after your death at up to 4% • your spouse or partner above Bank of England base rate. The loan • a relative aged 60 or over will be recovered when your property is sold, or from your estate after your death. If a loan • a relative who is substantially disabled. is provided we’ll place a legal charge on your If someone continues to live in the property property as loan security. and doesn’t meet one of these categories, you can ask us to use our discretion to ignore A loan from the council may work out to be more expensive than making alternative the value of the property. We may be able to arrangements to help you pay your fees. You do this if the person has cared for you and has been living with you for the last five years, should consider other ways of paying your fees such as but we look at the circumstances in each • a contribution from a friend or relative case separately.

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Paying for your care • a grant or loan from someone other than the council • an arrangement with the home to pay part of your fees until your capital becomes available when you can then repay the difference. In these cases, you may be able to get Attendance Allowance or Disability Living Allowance (Care Component). You should carefully consider the different ways that you might pay for your care fees until your capital becomes available, and then decide which is best for you and your family. Here are some things you might want to consider

I own my property and have over £3,000 in additional capital. Can I use my money to pay for a residential care home or nursing home that costs more than the council will normally pay? Provided your assessment shows that you need residential care or nursing care, you’ll be entitled to help towards your fees for the first 12 weeks of care. If you want to receive this help, you’ll be covered by the same rules as everyone else who receives help from the council, even though you’ll be responsible for paying the full cost after the first 12 weeks.

During your first 12 weeks of care you may use your own money, but not the value of your • Who could you ask to help with paying your home, to pay for a place in a residential care fees (the council, friends, the home, a bank, home or nursing home, which costs more than a charity)? the Council will normally pay. However should • Would you eventually have to pay back any you receive help from the council from the contributions made? beginning of your 13th week in care, you’ll only be able to be placed in a home which costs • Would you have to pay interest on any more than the Purchaser’s Standard Fee if money borrowed, or give any security for the loan? someone else, like a relative, friend or charity, • Which benefits will be available for you to use agrees to pay the additional cost. You can’t use your own money to pay the difference. towards paying for your fees? • How much of your own resources will be needed to pay towards your fees? You may decide not to ask us for help with your fees when you move into a home. Later if you find the arrangements you have made are no longer working you can still ask us for a loan, as long as you have less than £3,000 available capital and still own your property. Remember if you get any financial help from us, even if it is a loan, you may lose your right to Attendance Allowance or Disability Living Allowance (Care Component).

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So how will I know who is paying what? Anyone who gets financial help from us has to sign a Placement Agreement when they move into a home. The Placement Agreement is a legal document signed by you, the council, the home, and any other person contributing to your care fees. It gives details of how much will need to be paid each week by you, by the council, and by any other person contributing to your care fees. Because this agreement is a legal contract, it’s important that you understand what


Paying for your care you’re signing. If you’re in any doubt ask the person carrying out your assessment or get independent advice.

you should tell them when you move into a care home. You’ll need to enclose information on when you were admitted to care and which home you’ve moved to.

What about my Benefits?

More Information

People living in a care home generally can’t get more than the basic level of benefits for their age.

For more details of council funding and loans, contact our Financial Assessment Section, on: (0114) 273 4440, (0114) 273 4613 or (0114) 273 4825 or financial.assessments@sheffield.gov.uk. For advice about Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) benefits

Pension Credit/Income Support — Depending on your capital and income, you may be able to get a Pension Credit/Income Support to top up your income even if you get council funding or a loan. The DWP may ignore the value of the property where you live before entering into residential care if you’re taking reasonable steps to sell it. Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance — If you’re disabled, or need help with personal care, you may be able to claim Attendance Allowance or Disability Living Allowance (Care Component) as long as you pay the full fee for your place in the home and don’t get financial help from us. If the council pays part of your fees your Attendance Allowance/Disability Living Allowance (Care Component) payment will stop after four weeks, or earlier if you have already been in hospital or short term care. You should also notify the Attendance Allowance/Disability Living Allowance (Care Component) office of any change in your circumstances. You can use these benefits to pay some of your care fees. This may make it easier for you to afford to pay the fees yourself without our help. It could also mean that you’ll not use up your other monies as quickly. If you’re receiving any benefits from the DWP,

 ww.dwp.gov.uk. Independent Legal Advice w is available from Solicitors (who may charge for their services) and Advice Centres, and from Age UK Sheffield on: (0114) 250 2859.

Inspecting homes in Sheffield All Sheffield homes must meet minimum standards of good service. Regular inspections are carried out by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). You can find out the rating for any home, and see a copy of the inspection report by writing to CQC National Correspondence, City Gate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA or telephone 03000 61 61 61, email enquiries@cqc.org.uk or visit their website at www.cqc.org.uk.

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Care home checklist CARE HOME A: ................................................................................................................ CARE HOME B:................................................................................................................. CARE HOME C: ................................................................................................................ FIRST IMPRESSIONS

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

Are the staff friendly, welcoming and interested? Is the home fresh, clean and comfortably furnished? Are residents relaxed, happy, confident and occupied? Does the home feel welcoming? Are the buildings grounds and gardens attractive and well maintained?

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW? Who owns the home? Who manages it? Is the latest inspection report available for you to read?

FINANCE How much are the fees? Are advance payments required? Are services such as chiropody, hairdressing, and entertainment included in the fees? Is there a charge if residents are accompanied on visits to clinics, GP, consultants, etc?

STAFF Are there adequate staff on duty during the day and at night? Are the staff formally trained? Do the staff talk politely to residents? Do the staff appear clean, cheerful and respectful? Are the staff trained to be aware of any sensory needs you have?

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ACCESSIBILITY

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

If you’re deaf or have a hearing impairment does the home have equipment to allow you to access all their activities? If you’re blind or have a sight impairment can you access the home and grounds easily and safely? Does the home have the right adaptations and equipment to meet your needs? Can wheelchair users access all areas with ease? Is the home near public transport and shops? Can the home meet your cultural and lifestyle choices eg faith, diet?

ACCOMMODATION Do you have the choice of single or shared rooms? Are there rooms with en-suite facilities? Can you lock your room? Is there a secure place for valuables and are they insured? Can you bring your own furniture and pictures? Are there TV and phone points in your own room? Are there both showers and baths? Are bathrooms adapted to help people in and out of the bath? Is there a call system for emergencies?

FACILITIES What arrangements are there to make sure you can buy clothes, toiletries, alcohol, newspapers, stamps, presents, etc? Is there a public telephone you can use for private calls? Is there a separate dinning room, sitting room or a bar? Is there somewhere to sit? Are there smoking and non-smoking areas? Are there any arrangements for religious observance? Is there a free library? Are all areas safe and accessible? Are there regular activity sessions and outings?

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CATERING

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

HOME A YES NO

HOME B YES NO

HOME C YES NO

What time are meals served? Is there a choice of menu alternatives? Can the home cater for your dietary needs? Are there facilities for preparing your own snacks and drinks? Can you eat in your room?

VISITORS Can relatives and friends get there easily to visit you? Are visitors welcome at all times? Is there somewhere to see them in private? Can your visitors stay overnight?

MEDICAL CARE If you need medical attention, what is the procedure? Which GP normally attends? Can you keep your own GP if you wish?

CHOICES Are you allowed to stay in bed when you wish? Can you have meals in bed? Can you choose your own rising and retiring times?

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Protecting adults Some adults are less able to protect themselves than others, and some have difficulty making their wishes and feelings known. This may make them vulnerable to abuse. Abuse may be physical or sexual, it may involve people taking money without permission, or not looking after someone properly. It may include bullying or humiliating, or not allowing contact with friends and family. We take concerns about abuse seriously. If

you think you’re being abused or suspect abuse is happening contact the Adult Access Team on: (0114) 273 4908 or go to: First Point at Howden House, Union Street, Sheffield S1 2HH. You can find more information on our website:  ww.sheffield.gov.uk/reportabuse. w You can also contact the Care Quality Commission (contact details on page 11).

Making a comment, compliment or complaint If you have any comments or To make a comment, compliment or suggestions about anything in the home complaint about the help we provide - tell the staff. You can also speak to the please contact the Complaints Team, on: person in charge of running the home (0114) 273 5000 to provide your - called the manager or matron. Many feedback or you can request a copy of homes have a ‘residents committee’ our ‘Tell Us What You Think’ leaflet. Or where you can put forward your ideas you can write to: on running the home. Complaints Team, FREEPOST NEA 5527, You can also contact the Care Quality Town Hall, Sheffield, S1 2ZZ. (you don’t Commission (contact details on page 11). need a stamp). Even if the council doesn’t pay for your care, we can still help you.

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Meaning of words used in this booklet You may not be familiar with some of the words used in this booklet. Here’s a list of some terms used, together with an explanation of what each one means. Assessment/Assessor. If you think you need our help then a social worker will help you to find out what your needs are and how we may be able to help you to overcome your problems. Department for Work and Pensions. This is the Government department that arranges payments of benefits such as Disability Living Allowance, Attendance Allowance, Income Support and Pension Credit. Capital. This is the value of anything you own that could be sold, and any savings you have. Your capital does not include any money you regularly receive from a pension, charity or other organisation — this is your income. Criteria. This is a set of rules that we follow when deciding who qualifies for help from the council. For detailed information about the criteria or adults’ services please contact our Adult Access Team: (0114) 273 4908. Estate. This is the value of your possessions, property and any savings. Usually this word is used to refer to the value of these things after a person has died.

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Fees. This word means the cost of a place at a residential care home or nursing home. Your fees may be made up of contributions from the Council, from your benefits, and from a friend or relative. You may also get a payment from NHS Sheffield to pay for your nursing care. Income. This is the value of any money you receive, from a pension, charity or other organisation. Legal Charge. This is an arrangement where any loan provided by the Council is legally tied to your property. This means the loan must be repaid from the value of your property when sold or from your estate after your death. Personal Allowance. This is an amount of money that you must be left with to pay for personal items whilst you are living in a residential care home or nursing home. The Personal Allowance can’t be used to help pay for your place in a home. It should be used to pay for newspapers or magazines, and for your personal care such as hairdressing and toiletries.


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Sheffield City Council make every effort to make sure the correct details appear in the lists of registered homes. However, details can frequently change and we would be grateful if you would update us with any alterations to your listing. Please use the form at the back of this booklet and send it to: Floor 8 Redvers House, Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2JQ 

Quality & Development Team,

Deadlines for the printing of each new version of the guide to residential and nursing care in Sheffield are at the end of February and the end of October. Turn to page 34 for our details amendment form.

St Catherine’s Nursing Home

A large peaceful garden surrounds this contemporary high quality nursing home. Located in a quiet residential area in Sheffield, with two separate buildings, St Catherine’s is particularly suitable for elderly people that need nursing or residential dementia care.

Care categories

Nursing Dementia Day and Respite Care

152 Burngreave Road, Sheffield S3 9DH

Tel: 01142 723 523

home comforts...

experience the best facilities at this inviting care home, where relaxation and attention for the individual is paramount.

The Laurels and The Limes Care Home is an innovative care facility which creates that home-from-home experience with fully qualified staff dedicated to providing the best in Residential, Nursing or Dementia care to the elderly. This warm and inviting care home has three acres of parkland with landscaped gardens and beautiful panoramic views.There is also a sheltered courtyard to relax and enjoy the view on those perfect frosty winter and hot sunny days. In addition to the stunning grounds the centre is close to local shops and amenities. There is a programme of activities and events which everyone can enjoy, developed by a full time activities organiser. The philosophy of the care home is based on the individual and providing the best possible care with a friendly and caring attitude. If you have been looking for the right care home that encourages rehabilitation, provides a calming atmosphere and pays attention to detail, then look no further than The Laurels and The Limes Care Home. If you would like to enquire about availability of nursing, residential or dementia care please contact

Home Manager on 0114 266 0202 The Laurels and The Limes Care Home 115 Manchester Road, Sheffield, S10 5DN Tel: 0114 266 0202 email: enquiries@hillcare.net web: www.hillcare.net

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Orchard Care Home in South Yorkshire Norton Lees Hall is a state-of the-art residential care home for the elderly. Norton Lees Lodge provides specialist care for those with dementia related illness such as Alzheimer’s disease. The home is purpose built and each room has en-suite facilities. Fresh home cooked food, regular activities, and for sunny days enclosed sensory gardens. Private and local authority funded enquiries welcome for either permanent or short-stay care. Norton Lees Hall and Lodge 156 Warminster Road, Sheffield S8 8PQ

Tel: 0114 258 3256

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Working together for older people in Sheffield Join one of our groups or lunch clubs • Do you want to enjoy a varied and healthy life style with people your own age? • Do you want to experience new activities? • Do you want to enhance your health? • Do you want to make new friends?

We provide residential as well as dementia care Visit: www.carehomewoodlands.com Email: info@carehomewoodlands.com Located on Woodsetts Road North Anston, Woodlands care home provides high quality residential and dementia care for older people.

Would you like to work as a volunteer with our charity? If so then contact…

AGEWELL & LUNCH CLUBS in SHEFFIELD Telephone: 0114 275 1212 or Fax: 0114 278 4887

135 Upperthorpe Road, Sheffield S6 3EB

Home for elderly people

Small registered charity providing quality care in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Telephone (0114) 266 3440 14 Taptonville Crescent, Sheffield, S10 5BP mail@taptonholme.net

www.taptonholme.co.uk Registered Charity No. 515698

With pleasant gardens and located close to local amenities. In house entertainment and outings provided at no extra cost. Visitors always welcome

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Aaron House Care Home 20 Collegiate Crescent, Broomhall Sheffield S10 2BA (see our advert on page 38)

0114 266 0310 aaronhouse1@btconnect.com www.hermescare.co.uk

Residential Care, Dementia Care

25

Aaron View Care Home 285 Lane End, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 3UH

0114 286 9753 arronviewrh@aol.co.uk

Residential Care

30

Abbey Grange Residential and Nursing Home Cammel Road, Firth Park, Sheffield S5 6UU

Nursing Care, 0114 256 0046 abbeygrange@countrycourtcare.com Residential Care, Dementia Care

87

Alexander Court Care Home 2 Lydgate Court, Lydgate Lane, Crookes, Sheffield S10 5FJ

0114 268 2937 alexandercourt@hc-one.co.uk www.hc-one.co.uk

Nursing Care, Residential Care

56

Alpine Lodge Nursing Home Alpine Road, Stocksbridge, Sheffield S36 1AD

0114 288 8226

Nursing Care, Dementia Care

61

Ascot Lodge Nursing Home 48a Newlands Road, Sheffield S12 2FZ

0114 264 3887 ascotlodge@hc-one.co.uk www.hc-one.co.uk

Nursing Care, Dementia Care

50

Ash House Residential Care Home Ash House Lane, Dore, Sheffield S17 3ET

0114 262 1914 ash.house@unicombox.com

Residential Care, Dementia Care

40

Balmoral Nursing Home 6 Beighton Road, Sheffield S13 7PR

0114 254 0635 balmoral@fshc.co.uk www.fshc.co.uk

Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

75

Beechy Knoll Residential Home Pearlcare (Richmond) Ltd, 378 Richmond Road, Sheffield S13 8LZ (see our advert on page 2)

0114 239 5776 beechyknoll378@yahoo.co.uk

Residential Care

40

Belmont House Care Home Belmont Drive, Stocksbridge, Sheffield S36 1AH

0114 283 1030 ktravis@redrosecare.co.uk www.redrosecare.co.uk

Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

52

Birch Avenue Nursing Home 67 Birch Avenue, Sheffield S35 1RQ

0114 245 3727 www.syha.co.uk

Older People, 40 EMI Nursing for people with continuing health care funding and enhanced needs

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name Blenheim Court 100a Elm lane, Sheffield Lane Top, Sheffield S5 7TW Brackenfield Hall Care Home 66a Fox Lane, Frecheville, Sheffield S12 4WU

Contact details 0114 245 6026 blenheimcourt@hc-one.co.uk www.hc-one.co.uk 0114 265 1052 brackenfield.hall@idealcarehomes. co.uk www.idealcarehomes.co.uk

Category

Beds

Older People, Nursing Care

43

Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

60

Broomcroft House Nursing Home 414 Ecclesall Road South, Sheffield S11 9PY

0114 235 2352 broomcrofthouseall@bupa.com www.bupacarehomes.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

67

Broomgrove Trust Nursing & Convalescent Home 30 Broomgrove Road, Sheffield S10 2LR

0114 266 1311 j.wall@broomgrove-trust.co.uk www.broomgrove-trust.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care, Palative Care, Physical Disability Sheltered Housing**

38

Burnt Tree Croft Residential Care Home 190 St Philips Road, Sheffield S3 7YJ

0114 275 7873 kuldip.mejer@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

40

Cairn Home Care Home 58 Selbourne Road, Sheffield S10 5ND

0114 266 1536 helen@cainhome.org.uk www.srsb.org.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Caters for blind and partially blind, Supported living

30

Castelayn Residential Home 2 Leighton Drive, Gleadless, Sheffield S14 1ST

0114 239 8429 castelayn@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Residential and respite 42 care for elderly and younger physically disabled and day centre for elderly five days a week

Chapel Lodge Nursing Home 105 Station Road, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 2XF

Older People, Nursing 63 0114 257 8727 manager@roseberrycarecentres.co.uk Care, Residential Care www.roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

Chatsworth Grange Nursing Home Hollybank Road, Intake, Sheffield S12 2BX

0114 235 8000

Cotleigh 31 Four Wells Drive, Hackenthorpe, Sheffield S12 4JB

0114 263 3800 www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, chatsworthgrange@lifestylecare.co.uk EMI Dementia, EMI Nursing www.lifestylecare.co.uk Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

63

62

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Coumes Brook Care Home Cockshutts Lane, Oughtibridge, Sheffield S35 0FX

0114 286 2211 jillcrook@btconnect.com www.coumesbrook.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

23

Croft Acres Care Home 15 Hibberd Road, Sheffield S6 4RE (see our advert on page 2)

0114 234 0016 croftacresltd@btinternet.com

Older People, Residential Care

24

Dalewood View Care Home The Dale, Woodseats, Sheffield S8 0PS

0114 255 5060 dalewoodview@gmail.net

Older People, Nursing 60 Care, Residential Care

Darnall View Care Home 37 Halsall Avenue, Darnall, Sheffield S9 4JA

0114 243 3323 darnellview@btconnect.com www.hermescare.co.uk

Older People, Dementia Care

23

Darwin House Care Home Darwin lane, Sheffield S10 5RG

0114 230 1414 admin@darwinhouse.co.uk www.darwinhousesheffield.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

21

Deerlands Care Home 48 Margetson Road, Parson Cross, Sheffield S5 9LS

0114 221 3258 deerlands@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care EMI Residential

40

Eagle House Nursing & Residential Home 43 Stalker Lees Road, Sheffield S11 8NP

0114 268 7001 joanne.thornhill@anchor.org.uk www.anchor.org.uk

Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care

41

Fulwood Lodge Nursing Home 379a Fulwood Road, Ranmoor, Sheffield S10 3GA

0114 230 2666 fulwood@silver-healthcare.co.uk www.silver-healthcare.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care

40

Grange Crescent Care Home 47 Grange Crescent, Sheffield S11 8AY

0114 255 5539 grangecrescent@sheffcare.co.uk www.syha.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Respite

42

Haddon Court Care Home High Street, Beighton, Sheffield S20 1HE

0114 251 1318 haddoncourt@amocura.co.uk www.amocura.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

83

Hallamshire Care Home 3 Broomhall Road, Sheffield S10 2DN (see our advert on page 37)

0114 266 9669 info@hallamshirecare.co.uk www.hallamshirecare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

32

Hartwell Care Home 117 Jumble Lane, Ecclesfield, Sheffield S35 9XJ

0114 246 8422 hartwell.m@fshc.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

32

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds 40

Hawkhills Care Home 11 Stanwood Road, Stannington, Sheffield S6 5JE

0114 234 5469 hawkhills@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

Haythorne Place Care Home 77 Shiregreen Lane, Sheffield S5 6AB

0114 242 1814 manager.haythorneplace@ roseberrycarecentres.co.uk www.roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

80 Residential Care, Nursing Care, Dementia Care, Mental health, Physical disability

Hazeldene Nursing Home 84 Poole Road, Darnall, Sheffield S9 4JQ (see our advert on page 2)

Older People 0114 242 5757 manager@hazeldenenursing.co.uk EMI Nursing Dementia Care www.hazeldene.co.uk EMI Residential

Heeley Bank Care Home Heeley Bank Road, Sheffield S2 3GL

0114 255 7567

Henleigh Hall Care Home 20 Abbey Lane Dell, Sheffield, S8 OBZ

60

Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

64

0114 235 0472 henleigh.hall@fshc.co.uk www.fshc.co.uk

Nursing Care

62

Holmwood Nursing Home Warminster Road, Norton Lees, Sheffield S8 9BN

0114 250 9588

Older People, Nursing Care, Dementia Care

41

Housteads Care Home 1 Richmond Park Grove, Sheffield S13 8HX

0114 269 2469 admin@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

40

Jasmin Court Care Home 40 Roe Lane, Pitsmoor, Sheffield S3 9AJ

0114 278 1595 jasmincourt@sagecare.co.uk www.sagecare.co.uk/jasmincourt

Older People, Residential Care

50

Kingfield Holt Care Home 38 Kingfield Road, Sheffield S11 9AS

Older People, 0114 255 3968 Residential Care kingfieldholt@btconnect.com www.kingfieldholtcarehome.co.uk

25

Knowle Hill Care Home Streetfields, Halfway, Sheffield S20 4TB

0114 248 3594 knowlehill@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care EMI Residential

40

Leahyrst Care Home 20 Upperthorpe, Sheffield S6 3NA

0114 272 2984 leahyrst@silver-healthcare.co.uk www.silver-healthcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

41

Lime Trees Care Home Devon Road, off Barnsley Road, Sheffield S4 7AJ

0114 261 7701 limetrees@leytonhealthcare.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care, EMI Residential, EMI Nursing

60

 eeleybank@ h countrywidecarehomes.co.uk

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Littledale Nursing Home 699 Prince of Wales Road, Sheffield S9 4ES

0114 261 1644 drabdulkhan@btconnect.com

Older People, Nursing 24 Care, Residential Care

Longley Park View Nursing Home 70 Longley Lane, Sheffield S5 7JZ

0114 242 5402 longleypark@exemplarhc.com www.exemplar.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care, Dementia Care

67

Lower Bowshaw View Nursing Home 501a Low Edges Crescent, Low Edges, Sheffield S8 7LN

0114 237 2717 lowbow@btconnect.com

Older People, Nursing Care

40

Loxley Court Nursing Home Loxley Healthcare, 455 Petre Street, Sheffield S4 8NB

0114 242 0068 loxleycourt@exemplarhc.com

Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

72

Midhurst Residential Home 21 Midhurst Road, Sheffield S6 1EY

0114 285 5345 midhurst@sheffcare.co.uk www.syha.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

42

Moorend Place Care Home 34 Commonside, Sheffield S10 1GE

0114 268 0001 admin.moorendplace@ roseberrycarecentres.co.uk www.roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

Older People Dementia Care

52

Newfield Nursing Home 1 Cat Lane, Sheffield S2 3AY

0114 250 8688 karen@palmsrow.co.uk www.palmsrow.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Nursing Care

60

Newton Grange 1a Horner Close, S36 1LN

0114 288 3879

Older People, Residential Care

30

Nightingale Residential Care Home Nether Lane, Ecclesfield, Sheffield S35 9ZX

0114 257 1281 info@nightingalecarehome.com www.nightingalecarehome.com

Older People, EMI Residential

40

North Hill Care Home 2 North Hill Road, Southey Green, Sheffield S5 8DS

0114 285 5773 northhill_902@fsmail.net

Older People, Residential Care

28

Northfield Nursing Home 2a Roebuck Road, Sheffield S6 3GP

0114 268 7827 northfield@palmsrow.co.uk www.palmsrow.co.uk

Older People, Nursing Care

60

Norton Lees Hall Care Home 156 Warminster Road, Norton Lees, Sheffield S8 8PQ

0114 258 6425 info@orchardcarehomes.com www.orchardcarehomes.com

Older People, Residential Care

40

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Norton Lees Lodge Care Home 156 Warminster Road, Norton Lees, Sheffield S8 8PQ

Older People, 0845 602 7471 nortonleeslodge@orchardcarehomes.com Residential Care, Dementia Care www.orchardcarehomes.com

Norwood Grange EMI Care Home Longley Lane, Sheffield S5 7JD

0114 243 1039 shides@redrosecare.co.uk www.redrosecare.co.uk

Older People, Dementia Care, EMI Residential

39

Overdale Care Home 29 - 31 Kenwood Park Road, Sheffield S7 1NE (see our advert on page 35)

Older People, 0114 255 0257 enquiries@overdaleresidential.org.uk Residential Care www.overdaleresidential.org.uk

25

Paddock Hill Care Home 625 Gleadless Road, Sheffield S2 2BT

0114 239 1449 helen.begernie@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care

40

Pexton Grange Nursing Home Pexton Road, Sheffield S4 7DA

Older People, Nursing 0114 244 1223 pextongrange@brancastercare.co.uk Care, Dementia Care www.brancastercare.co.uk

Prior Bank House Residential Home 74 Cherry Tree Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S11 9AB

0114 255 2115 tracey.rose2@anchor.org.uk www.anchortrust.org.uk

Older People, Residential Care

32

Richmond Heights Care Home 42b Woodhouse Road, Intake, Sheffield S12 2AZ (see our advert on page 35)

0114 253 1992

Older People, Nursing Care

55

Rose Cottage Nursing Home Station Road, Halfway, Sheffield S20 3GS

0114 251 0595 rcdevelopments@aol.com

Older People, Nursing 29 Care, Residential Care

Rosebank Care Home 48 Lyons Road, Sheffield S4 7EL

0114 261 8618 rosebank@silver-healthcare.co.uk www.silver-healthcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

26

Seven Hills Nursing Home 17 Cherry Tree Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S11 9AA

0114 255 3023 www.hermescare.co.uk

Older People, Dementia Care, EMI Residential, EMI Nursing

24

richmond.heights@craegmoor.co.uk

40

57

www.craegmoor.co.uk

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Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Silver Lodge Care Home 12 Housley Lane, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 2UD

0114 246 8177 silver@bondcare.co.uk www.bondcare.co.uk

Older People, EMI Residential, EMI Dementia

32

Springwood Care Home 611 Herries Road, Sheffield S5 8TN

0114 232 5472 springwood@sheffcare.co.uk www.sheffcare.co.uk

Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

40

Older People, Mental Health, Dementia Care, Nursing Care, Life Limiting Conditions

70

St Catherines Nursing and Residential Home 152 Burngreave Road, Sheffield S3 9DH

0114 272 3523 manager.stcatherines@ regalcarehomes.com www.regalcarehomes.com

Tapton Court Care Home 63 Tapton Crescent Road, Sheffield S10 5DB

0114 266 0648 taptoncourt@amocura.co.uk www.amocura.co.uk

Care Home, Older People, Dementia Care, EMI Residential, EMI Nursing

69

Tapton Edge Care Home Shore Lane, Sheffield S10 3BX

0114 268 5566 meganrowley@yahoo.co.uk

Care Home, Older People, Residential Care

24

Care Home, Older People, Residential Care, EMI Residential

19

The Glen Nursing Home 224 Abbeydale Road South, Dore, Sheffield S17 3LA

Care Home, Older 0114 236 5580 sallyandtony@glennursinghome.co.uk People, Nursing Care www.glennursinghome.co.uk

19

The Laurels and The Limes Care Home 115 Manchester Road, Sheffield S10 5DN (see our advert on page 18

0114 266 0202 enquiries@hillcare.net www.hillcare.net

Care Home, Older People, Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care

88

The White House Care Home Rivelin Dams, Manchester Road, Sheffield S6 6GH (see our advert on page 24)

0114 230 1780 thewhitehouse@heathcote.net www.heathcote.net

Care Home, Older People, Residential Care, Dementia Care

32

Twelve Trees Residential Care Home 17 Priory Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1LW (see our advert on page 2)

0114 255 5155 Simon.mills@btinternet.com www.twelvetreesresidential.co.uk

Care Home, Older People, Residential Care

34

Taptonholme Care Home 14 Taptonville Crescent, Sheffield S10 5BP (see our advert on page 20)

28

0114 266 3440 info@taptonholme.co.uk or mail@taptonholme.net www.taptonholme.co.uk


Residential and nursing homes for older people Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Warren Park Nursing Home White Lane, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 2YH

Care Home, Older 0114 257 0595 warrenpark@mimosahealthcare.com People, Nursing Care, Dementia Care www.mimosahealthcare.com

Westbourne House Nursing Home 379 Earl Marshall Road, Sheffield S4 8FA

0114 261 0016 westbourne@palmsrow.co.uk www.palmsrow.co.uk

Nursing Care, Residential Care, EMI Care

71

White Rose Court Care Home 40-42 Clifton Avenue, Sheffield S9 4BA

0114 244 2310 www.hermescare.co.uk

Care Home, Older People, Residential Care

21

Wood Hill Grange Care Home 526 Grimesthorpe Road, Sheffield S4 8LE

0114 261 0887 woodhillgrange@horizoncare.org www.horizoncare.org

Older People, Residential Care, Nursing Care, EMI Care, Dementia Care

73

Woodbank House Residential and Day Care 317 Chesterfield Road, Sheffield S8 0RT (see our advert on page 19)

0114 255 1822 info@woodbankhouse.com www.woodbankhouse.com

Older People, EMI Residential, Residential Care

28

Woodland View Nursing Home 1 Lightwood Lane, off Norton Avenue, Sheffield S8 8BG

0114 271 6688

Older People, Enhanced Dementia Nursing Care

60

60

Accommodation for people with learning disabilities Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Bethany House Wilf Ward Family Trust 1 Millhouses Glen, Millhouses Lane, Sheffield S11 9HB

0114 236 6553 bethanyhouse@wilfward.org.uk www.wilfward.org.uk

Learning Disability

6

Buckwood View Nursing Home 6A Buckwood View (Sheffield Care Trust), Off Gleadless Road, Sheffield S14 1LX

0114 253 0400 marie.hunter@guinness.org.uk

Learning Disability

18

209-211 Burncross Road, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 1RZ

0114 257 1763 www.dimensions-uk.org

Learning Disability

12

29


Accommodation for people with learning disabilities Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Cottam Road Residential Home 1 Cottam Road, High Green, Sheffield S35 4GN

0114 284 7429 www.syha.co.uk

Learning Disability

18

Eastbank Road 458a East Bank Road, Sheffield S2 2AD

0114 265 7717 sharon.prior@shsc.nhs.uk

Learning Disability

20

9 and 11 Fraser Drive, Woodseats, Sheffield S8 0JG

0114 274 5033 david.pearce@dimensions-uk.org www.dimensions-uk.org

Learning Disability

12

15 Gleadless View & 169 Gleadless Common, Sheffield S12 2UU

0114 253 0794 www.dimensions-uk.org

Learning Disability

12

Handsworth Development 63/65 St. Josephs Road, Handsworth, Sheffield S13 9AU and 101 - 107 Hall road, Handsworth, Sheffield S13 9AJ

0114 254 8291

Learning Disability

12

Hascot House Limited 243 Gleadless Road, Heeley Green, Sheffield S2 3AL

0114 258 8895 hascothouse@valeoltd.com

Learning Disability

7

HFT The Elms, Old Hay Lane, Dore, Sheffield S17 3GN

0114 236 2292 www.hft.co.uk

Learning Disability

8

Jane’s House 2 Corker Road, S12 2TH

0114 264 6424

Learning Disability

5

Millbrook Hostel 100 Beighton Road, Woodhouse, Sheffield S13 7PS

0114 269 9359

Learning Disability

18

Newfield View 6-8 Gleadless Avenue, S12 2QH

0114 281 0818

Learning Disability

8

Orchard House (Orchard Care) 401 Shoreham Street, Sheffield S2 4FB

0114 249 4255

Learning Disability

10

Rivelin House 498 Bellhouse Road, S5 0RG

0114 257 7911 enquiries@voyagecare.com www.voyagecare.com

Learning Disability

8

30


Accommodation for people with learning disabilities Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Short Breaks Services Joint Learning Disability Service 136d Warminster Road, Sheffield S8 8PQ

0114 258 3304 steven.danford@sheffield.gov.uk

Learning Disability

8

130 Station Road, S13 7RB

0114 293 9081

Learning Disability

3

3 and 5 Station Road, Woodhouse, Sheffield S13 7QH

0114 269 4905 julia.sewpaul@dimensions-uk.org www.dimensions-uk.org

Learning Disability

12

The Knowle Ltd 60-62 Carterknowle Road, Sheffield S7 2DX

0114 258 3201 ann.bolger@btinternet.com

Learning Disability, Mental Health

13

The Old School House 2 Norwood Road, S5 7BD

0114 256 4639

Learning Disability

4

Walkley Lodge 32 Commonside S10 1GE

0114 267 8925 manager.walkleylodge@ roseberrycarecentres.co.uk www.roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

Learning Disability

7

142 Wensley Street, S4 8HN

0114 242 4359

Learning Disability

30

Willowbeck Health Care Ltd Nursing Home 95 Holywell Road, Sheffield S4 8AR

0114 261 7771 willowbeck@exemplerhc.com

Learning Disability, Nursing Care

82

Woodview Care Home 2 Richmond Park Way, S13 8HU

0114 254 0843 woodview@unitedhealth.co.uk

Young adults with severe learning disabilities

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Residential and nursing homes for adults with disabilities Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Carrwood House 344 Grimesthorpe Road, Sheffield S4 7EW

0114 243 9808 manager@carrwoodhouse.com www.carrwood.com

Learning Disability, Mental Health

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Haythorne Place Care Home 77 Shiregreen Lane, Sheffield S5 6AB

0114 242 1814 manager.haythorneplace@ roseberrycarecentres.co.uk www.roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

Physical disability,

20

Henleigh Hall Nursing Home 20 Abbey Lane Dell, Sheffield S8 0BZ

0114 235 0472 henleigh.hall@fshc.co.uk www.fshc.co.uk

All Disabilities,

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Mickley Hall (Leonard Cheshire Disability) Mickley Lane, Sheffield S17 4HE

0114 236 9952 www.lcdisability.org

Learning Disability, Physical Disability

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Moorville 24 Rye Gate Road, Sheffield S10 5FA

0114 263 1551 info@moorville-residential.co.uk www.moorville-residential.co.uk

Learning Disability, 6 Mental Health, Physical Disability, Supported Living, Autism

The Fields (Cambian Group) Nursing/Residential Home Spa Lane, Woodhouse, Sheffield S13 7PG

0114 269 1144 kevin.hall@cambiangroup.com www.cambiangroup.com

Learning Disability, Physical Disability

Mental health

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Care homes for people with mental health problems Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Abbeyfield Grange Care Home 148 Burngreave Rd Sheffield S3 9DH

0114 275 9482 Abbeyfieldgrange@aol.com

Mental Health

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Carrwood House 344 Grimesthorpe Road, Sheffield S4 7EW

0114 243 9808 manager@carrwoodhouse.com www.carrwood.com

Learning Disabilities, Mental Health

16

Haythorne Place Care Home 77 Shiregreen Lane, Sheffield S5 6AB

0114 242 1814 manager.haythorneplace@ roseberrycarecentres.co.uk www.roseberrycarecentres.co.uk

Physical disability,

20

Lister Project (SYHA) 2a Basegreen Road, Gleadless, Sheffield S12 3FH

0114 265 2016 or 249 0553

Mental Health

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Mental health


Care homes for people with mental health problems Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Moorville 24 Rye Gate Road, Sheffield S10 5FA

0114 263 1551 info@moorville-residential.co.uk www.moorville-residential.co.uk

Learning Disabilities, 6 Mental Health, Physical Disability, Supported Living, Autism

Sandford House 70-72 Machon Bank, Sheffield S7 1GR

0114 250 7324 janetmarshall@live.co.uk

Mental Health

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St Catherines Nursing and Residential Home 152 Burngreave Road, Sheffield S3 9DH

0114 272 3523

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regalcarehomes.com www.regalcarehomes.com

Older People, Mental Health, Dementia Care, Nursing Care, Life Limiting Conditions

The Knowle Ltd 60-62 Carterknowle Road, Sheffield S7 2DX

0114 258 3201 ann.bolger@btinternet.com

Learning Disabilities, Mental Health

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Together - Working for Wellbeing 2-10 Norfolk Road, Sheffield S2 2SX

0114 272 2245 www.together-uk.org

Mental Health

11

Westbourne House Care Home 42-44 Dykes Hall Road, Sheffield S6 4GQ

0114 234 8930

Older People, Mental Health

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manager.stcatherines@

Nursing homes/residential units for drug rehabilitation Provider Name

Contact details

Category

Beds

Phoenix Futures 229 Graham Road, Sheffield S10 3GS

0114 230 8230 www.phoenix-futures.org.uk

Rehabilitation

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Phoenix Futures Sheffield Family Service 29-31 Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield S10 2BJ

Rehabilitation 0114 268 5131 sheffield.family@phoenix-futures.org.uk www.phoenix-futures.org.uk

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Sheffield Alcohol Support Service Residential Rehabilitation 9 Priory Road, Sheffield S7 1LW

0114 281 3183 priory@sheffieldass.org.uk www.sheffieldass.org.uk

Rehabilitation

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Is your listing correct?

Please use the form on the right and send it to: Quality & Development Team, Floor 8 Redvers House, Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2JQ. Deadlines for the printing of each new version of the guide to residential and nursing care in Sheffield are at the end of February and the end of October.

Name: ........................................................... Address:........................................................

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Sheffield City Council make every effort to make sure the correct details appear in the lists of registered homes. However, details can frequently change and we would be grateful if you would update us with any alterations to your listing.

Guide to residential and nursing care listing amendment form

...................................................................... ...................................................................... Postcode: . .................................................... Telephone No: .............................................. Manager:....................................................... Details of registration:................................... No. of places/beds: . .....................................

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OVERDALE

Richmond Heights

Care Home

29 - 31 Kenwood Park Road, Sheffield S7 1NE

CARE IS AT THE CORE OF WHAT WE DO Overdale is an independent, non-profit making, Christian residential care home registered to care for the frail older people, run by a committee of Christian people.We regularly score highly on our Care Quality Commission Inspection, and provide a warm, caring environment for our residents.

Richmond Heights is a 55 bedded care home.

Overdale currently have beds available, please call the home manager Theresa Kennelly to arrange a free, no obligation visit. • Ensuite and Standard bedrooms • 4 large lounges • Dining Room • 2 Passenger Lifts • Activities / Computer room • Specially designed toilets and bathrooms • Extensive grounds and beautifully maintained garden • Large car park

Why not spend a day with us, and see just exactly what makes Overdale residential home so special Call us now for a no obligation visit.

T: 0114 255 0257

Richmond Heights is a purpose built nursing and high dependency Residential home providing quality care for the elderly. We enjoy a central location surrounded by a whole host of community amenities.

Email: enquiries@overdaleresidential.org.uk or visit our website www.overdaleresidential.org.uk

Woodhouse Road Intake Sheffield S12 2AZ

While we have taken every care in compiling this booklet, the publishers and promoters cannot accept responsibility for any inaccuracies. Inclusion of any advertisement in no way endorses the services or products sold.

Email: richmond.heights@craegmoor.co.uk Internet: www.craegmoor.co.uk

Telephone: 0114 253 1992

To advertise in this publication please call the sales team on 01909 478822

Caring for the individual

The Whitehouse Residential Care Home, Sheffield

Brookview Nursing Home, Dronfield

Situated in the Peak National Park at Rivelin Valley, this splendid home is a comfortable and cheerful place to spend your time. The home comprises: • The Whitehouse Residential Care Home • The Whitehouse Dementia (EMI) Care Home

Recently undergone a major refurbishment and extension providing the highest standards. The home is set in the Green Belt area. Nestling in beautiful woodlands and overlooking the foothills of the Pennines. The home comprises: • Brookview Nursing Home • Brookview Residential Home

Meadow Grange, Dronfield

Whiston Hall, Whiston, Rotherham

If you would like more information about the services we offer

please call: 01246 556453 fax: 01246 220534 Or write to us at:

A warm and friendly home, with beautiful landscaped gardens, overlooking the Derbyshire countryside. Meadow Grange provides only the highest standard of accommodation with an excellent range of activities.

The Hall dates back 500 years and has been carefully extended and renovated. This splendid hall situated in its own gardens offers a high standard in both care and accommodation. Whiston is an ideal location, situated close to beautiful open countryside. It is within easy reach of Rotherham town centre and the M1.

Heathcotes Care Ltd, 2 St Mary’s Gate, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S41 7TD www.heathcotes.net enquiries@heathcotes.net

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Alphabetical list of units 130 Station Road 142 Wensley Street 15 Gleadless View 169 Gleadless Common 209-211 Burncross Road 3 and 5 Station Road 9 and 11 Fraser Drive Aaron House Aaron View Abbey Grange Abbeyfield Grange Alexander Court Alpine Lodge Ascot Lodge Ash House Balmoral Beechy Knoll Residential Home Belmont House Bethany House Birch Avenue Blenheim Court Brackenfield Hall Broomcroft House Broomgrove Trust Nursing and Convalescent Home Buckwood View Nursing Home Burnt Tree Croft Cairn Home Carrwood House Castelayn Chapel Lodge Chatsworth Grange Cotleigh Cottam Road Residential Home Coumes Brook Croft Acres Dalewood View Darnall View Darwin House Deerlands Eagle House Eastbank Road Fulwood Lodge

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31 31 30 30 29 31 30 22 22 22 32 22 22 22 22 22

Grange Crescent 24 Haddon Court 24 Hallamshire 24 Handsworth Development 30 Hartwell 24 Hascot House 30 Hawkhills 24 Haythorne Place 25, 32 Hazeldene 25 Heeley Bank 25 Henleigh Hall 25, 32 HFT 30 Holmwood 25 Housteads 25 Jane’s House 30 Jasmin Court 25 Kingfield Holt 25 Knowle Hill 25 Leahyrst Care Home 25 Lime Trees 25 Lister Project (SYHA) 32 Littledale 25 Longley Park View 26 Lower Bowshaw View 26 Loxley Court 26 Mickley Hall (Leonard Cheshire Disability) 32 Midhurst Residential Home 26 Millbrook Hostel 30 Moorend Place 26 Moorville 32, 33 Newfield Nursing Home 26 Newfield View 30 Newton Grange 26 Nightingale Residential Care Home 26 North Hill 26 Northfield 26 Norton Lees Hall 26 Norton Lees Lodge 27 Norwood Grange 27 Orchard House (Orchard Care) 30 Overdale 27 Paddock Hill 27 Pexton Grange 27 Phoenix Futures 33

22 22 29 22 23 23 23 23 29 23 23 32 23 23 23 23 30 23 24 24 24 24 24 24 30 24

Page Phoenix Futures Sheffield Family Service

33

Prior Bank House

27

Richmond Heights

27

Rivelin House

30

Rose Cottage

27

Rosebank Care Home

27

Sandford House

33

Seven Hills

27

Sheffield Alcohol Support Service Residential Rehabilitation 33 Short Breaks Services

31

Silver Lodge

28

Springwood

28

St Catherines

28, 33

Tapton Court

28

Tapton Edge

28

Taptonholme

28

The Fields (Cambian Group)

32

The Glen

28

The Knowle Ltd

28

The Old School House

31

The White House

28

Together - Working for Wellbeing

33

Twelve Trees

28

Walkley Lodge

31

Warren Park

29

Westbourne House

36

29, 33

White Rose Court

29

Willowbeck Health Care Ltd

31

Wood Hill Grange

29

Woodbank House

29

Woodland View

29

Woodview Care Home

31

This document can be supplied in alternative formats, please contact 0114 273 4908 Sheffield City Councill Adult Access Team Tel: 0114 273 4908 www.sheffield.gov.uk

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The Laurels and The Limes Care Home


Hallamshire Residential Home, 3 Broomhall Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S10 2DN

Hallamshire Care Home is a stylish, warm and tastefully converted Victorian building registered to offer residential and EMI care for up to 32 residents. We specialise in high quality dementia care, providing long and short term accommodation with first rate facilities, in beautiful and comfortable surroundings.

At Hallamshire, we offer residents a varied and stimulating programme of entertaining activities. Besides the weekly activities plan, there is a collection of books, DVD players, large flat-screen televisions, high quality sound systems and newspapers delivered daily. Nearly all of our bedrooms are single-occupancy and most boast the following features: ❚ En-suite with toilet, hand basin & bath/ shower ❚ Bright, spacious and attractively furnished ❚ Cleaned daily ❚ Outdoor trips ❚ Digital television point ❚ Telephone point ❚ Fitted locks ❚ High-tech nurse call system

Tel: 0114 266 9669 info@hallamshirecare.co.uk

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