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Abbeyfield Grange Ltd has 27 beds over two buildings (148 and 143), some are shared rooms, some offer en-suite facilities. The main Building (148) has 20 bedrooms and the 143 building has 7 bedrooms, one being a “Transition room” for a service user who wish to move back into the community or supported living in the future. The home has extensive grounds for service users to use with a smoking shelter. Service users are asked not to smoke inside the premises or in their rooms. Communal area consists of, a dining room, a conservatory with a television and access to the garden. We also have a games room, with a pool table, darts board, television, DVD player, Karaoke machine with a collection of DVD’s, books, and CD’s. We also have a more private lounge at 143, with a communal kitchen.

If you require staff to support you with administering your medication, this will be administered in our medication room, which is also a first Aid room.  We also have chiropodist and opticians who regularly visit the home.

All laundry services are available at the home at no extra charge. There is an emergency call system in communal areas and portable devices for service users if needed.

Friends and family may visit at any reasonable time, and are free to conduct the visit in your bedroom or any public area. We will be happy to supply refreshments.

The home has extensive in and out of house activities programme, including

  • monthly day trip to the seaside,
  • pie and pea suppers, etc.

 

In-house actives include

  • weekly bingo,
  • pool tournaments,
  • games afternoons
  • barbecue in good weather as well as observing all cultural and religious festivals from Christmas, Eid, Chinese new year, bonfire night etc.

Every service user’s birthday is celebrated and family are welcome to attend celebrations. The annual holiday gives service users the opportunity for a week in the sun, at a place of their choice.

Local Facilities

Our local doctor’s surgery is located directly across the road, and an optician and chiropodist visit the home regularly. You can of course choose your own GP or other service providers. There is also a small pharmacy at the side of the surgery and a larger one about 15 minutes down the road.

There are three churches within the area and a local mosque. We can arrange for a religious representative to visit you, if required.

There are several shops nearby on Burngreave Road. These include a newsagent, general grocery and post office. Abbeyfield Park is situated just up the road.

There are a number of local day centres, community projects and a college for you to attend nearby.

The bus stop to town is a few yards down the road from the home, buses go regularly to city which is a 10 minute bus journey, and there is a bus stop opposite the home for return journeys. If you do not have a bus pass we may be able to help you obtain one.

The Menus

Here at Abbeyfield Grange Ltd we provide four meals a day, which can all be adapted to suit each service users needs. Our menus are changed regularly and a wide selection is provided to suit all tastes. All special dietary needs are catered for.

Breakfast is served at 8.45am during the week consists of cereal, toast etc. At weekend we provide a hot breakfast and Full English on Sunday

Lunch is served at 12.30pm, consisting usually of sandwiches, soup, pizza or quiche, for example.

Dinner/tea is served at 4.00pm.  A choice is available with salad dishes, casseroles, pasta, pies, roast chicken etc. As well as a traditional Sunday dinner

Supper is served at 8.30pm, consisting of light snacks, fresh fruit, biscuits etc.  Hot drinks are served throughout the day and cold drinks are always at hand.

If you require something different, simply ask the cook and he/she will happily prepare this for you.  We also provide specialist diets for Halal, weight reduction, diabetes etc.  For special occasions, buffets and birthday cakes are provided. If you are not going to be at the home at meal time please tell the cook, a meal will only be saved for you if you request one.

Or alternatively you can make use of the kitchen facilities at 143, where you can prepare your own meals.

The Staff

Here at Abbeyfield Grange Ltd we have a very caring and committed staff group, who are all trained and skilled in the support of service users with mental health problems. All staff receive ongoing training to support them in offering the high quality care you need. All staff are advocates for service users rights, choice, dignity, respect, and will work with you to promote your independence in all areas.  The home has a Dignity Champion to ensure that dignity and respect are at the forefront or you care.