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  100 Beighton Road
A registered care home providing 24hr supported accommodation for up to 18 adults with learning disabilities. Part of South Yorkshire Housing Association which is a registered charity. Staff provided by Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.

Charity No: 501639


  9-11 - SYHA
A short-term accommodation-based service for 29 people with mental health problems and complex needs.

Part of South Yorkshire Housing Association.

Charity No: 501639


  Abbeyfield
A registered family assessment centre for parents aged 13 years and over and children aged 0-8 years. Provides comprehensive assessments, parenting skills training, preparation towards independent living and child development training.

Each family has their own facilities in a self contained flat or bed sit and the accommodation provided is to a high standard. Abbeyfield works in partnership with other agencies within a clear child protection framework. Referrals by Children and Young People's Services.



  Action Housing and Support
A registered charity and voluntary organisation working to enable vulnerable people to establish a home and live responsibility in society by offering tenancy support and aiming towards independent living.

Action Housing's supported accommodation and floating support service provides support to people who have been within the criminal justice system or those considered at risk of offending and who have housing related support needs. Action works with individuals to promote independence by informed choice. All types of services offer meaningful and appropriate support.

Support may include areas such as identifying specialised services, support with budgeting, debt, claiming benefits, obtaining furniture, maximising living skills, accessing local amenities, such as health services, community activities and support with landlord or housing issues. Helps with confidence building, training and employment, and lots more.

Supported Accommodation:
Offers 40 units of furnished supported accommodation, which are dispersed within Sheffield and are a combination of self contained and shared 2 bed units. This service is for offenders or people at risk of offending who are single (men and women) and aged 18 and over who need housing. Housing is short term for 6 months with a view to clients moving on when this is considered appropriate.

Housing Floating Support:
This service can be provided for up to a maximum of 6 months dependant on individual needs. Action can provide floating support to people who are offenders or at risk of offending who are aged 18 years and over and require housing related support to aspire to achieve independence. Clients must be already residing in Sheffield.

Outreach service:
Action delivers this service for people who have lower support needs, the service is provided for a maximum of 3 months, dependant on individual needs. This service can work with people living in most types if tenure including social housing, privately rented and owner occupiers

Referrals are welcome from all agencies or applicants may apply directly.

Charity No: 511265


  Ashiana Sheffield Ltd
Ashiana Sheffield Ltd is a registered charity which provides refuge for 11 Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) women (with or without children) fleeing abuse. Ashiana provide an outreach service which supports ex-refuge residents who have been rehoused and also provides telephone support to those experiencing domestic abuse.

In partnership with the Salvation Army, Ashiana provides support for up to 9 women trafficked into the UK and outreach. Self or any referral.

Charity No: 1120401


  Autism Plus Limited - Supported Living
Autism Plus offers both an outreach and supported living provision supporting individuals on the autistic spectrum, learning disabilities and mental health difficulties. For Day Centre services please see separate entry.

Services provided:

The service provides highly individualised support packages. Many clients use the community support service as a stepping stone towards living independently or supported living.

The service works predominantly with people on the autistic spectrum and recognises the need for routine and structure to be in place. All staff ensure that they can communicate in a way that the client understands.

• Home Support -
Choose your level of support and choose how you want to be supported.

Autism Plus In Home service supports you to live independently in your own home. The team are highly skilled and the service supports you to develop life skills, confidence and support with home living. The support could be in getting dressed, housework, managing finances, cooking or planning holidays. Clients wishing to move into supported living are guided through the process of seeking suitable accommodation and undertaking the move. The level of support provided is tailored to meet the needs of the individual.

Respite care can be offered with overnight breaks available with the service in Thorne, Doncaster.

Support staff can also provide support with social, cultural and learning opportunities, supporting clients to access social clubs, activities and develop their social network.

• Autism Plus runs the First Routes Programme which offers employment support and work experience to all their service users that have an aspiration to work. As part of this service clients can work at their social enterprise Beanstalk Gardens, where people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions can have opportunities to work in real paid employment on a working market garden and horticultural project. There are various job roles including driving and delivery jobs, admin jobs, growing, processing and retail jobs.

• As part of the Beanstalks Gardens initiative a gardening service is offered to maintain grounds and gardens which is manned by a team of people with various disabilities and impairments. This purchasable service is available to anyone who requires gardening work.

Prices:

• Support Service provision is charged at £18.09
• Respite and Short Break care is charged at a rate of £18.09-£20.90 per hour depending on the level of support required
• First Routes employment support programme is charged at £15 per hour (the social enterprise work will be free of charge to the council or client and the person will be paid for their work as with a normal job)
These prices are provided by Autism Plus please check them yourself for accuracy.

Areas Served:
Autism Plus cover the whole of Sheffield S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S17, S20, S35 & S36.

Qualifications and Quality Standards:

This service offers a high quality of provision and has been awarded the prestigious 3 star excellent rating by the Commission for Social Care Inspection. All staff are enhanced DBS checked and have obtained or are working towards NVQ level 2/3.

A registered charity and company limited by guarantee no 2098193.

Charity No: 518591


  Beaufort Project - SYHA
Beaufort Project is an accommodation based project based in Broomhill and Crookesmoor in Sheffield. It provides 22 units of accommodation for clients aged 18 years and over with enduring mental health issues. 19 units are self-contained and 2 have shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. All referrals must be on a CPA .

Clients must be ready to engage with a tailored package of support to meet their individual needs which typically involves two structured meetings per week for between 5-7 hours of face-to-face time. The Beaufort Project does not administer medication and therefore all prospective clients must be able to administer and manage their medication themselves. The current length of service support is up to 5 years.

Beaufort Project is part of South Yorkshire Housing Association (see separate entry).

Charity No: 501639


  Brunswick Gardens Retirement Village
The aim of Extra Care Schemes is to keep people as independent as possible in homes that are adaptable to changing needs and that allow people to get care services in their own home without having to move to get them. The scheme caters for older people aged 55 years and over.

Brunswick Gardens Retirement Village scheme is managed by Your Housing Group. Care and support is provided by Extra Care Charitable Trust.

The retirement village has 208 self-contained apartments (1 and 2 bedrooms) and 9 bungalows. These are a mixture of rented, bought and shared ownership. The Village has a range of communal facilities which includes:
• a fitness gym
• spa pool
• assisted bathroom
• a crafts room
• IT/technology suite
• library
• woodwork shop
• community/worship room
• laundry and laundrette
• restaurant and bar
• steam room
• village shop
• village hall
• hair dressing salon
• greenhouse
• well-being room
• quiet lounge
• landscaped gardens and car park

Charity No: 21086R


  CareTech Community Services
CareTech Community Services provides supported accommodation for people with learning disabilities at Tunhill House, Old School House, Hascot House and Oakwood Flats. Residents are encouraged to use all local facilities and are assisted to strengthen their personal skills.

Services Provided:

The agency provides supported accommodation and home care support services to people in their own homes (see separate entry).

Qualifications and Quality Standards:

This company is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), to make sure a quality service is provided. All staff are Enhanced CRB checked and under go extensive in house training.



  Cherry Tree
Cherry Tree provides supported accommodation across 2 sites for 28 young single people aged 16-21 years with the aim of re-establishing them in their own accommodation within the community. Residents are helped with practical and emotional needs. Sites are located at Mickley Lane, S17 and Granville Road, S2.

Accommodation by referral from the local authority or a voluntary agency.

Company limited by guarantee no 4625597 and is a registered charity.

Charity No: 1096822


  Clusters - Generic - SYHA
Clusters provides supported accommodation in Sheffield to 34 vulnerable adults with support needs, for example mental health issues, substance misuse issues, ex-offenders, those leaving care, rough sleepers and domestic violence.

Clusters is part of South Yorkshire Housing Association and has charitable status.

Charity No: 501639


  Clusters - Parkview and Lowedges (LD) - SYHA
Clusters offers supported accommodation to 30 adults with learning disabilities in various parts of Sheffield.

Clusters is part of South Yorkshire Housing Association which is a registered charity.

Charity No: 501639


  Community Action Halfway Home - Supported Accommodation
Community Action Halfway Home is a registered charity that has been providing mental health services in Sheffield for over 35 years. Provides practical and emotional and floating support to people who are experiencing mental health problems, to enable them to establish an independent life. Works in partnership with the local health trusts, local authority, housing associations and other independent sector providers.

Halfway provide supported accommodation in locations across the city, for both single people and families.

In shared accommodation, clients have their own bedroom and share other rooms like the lounge, kitchen, bathroom and garden with other clients. People living in shared accommodation are encouraged to be as independent as possible. Everyone is treated as an individual and is encouraged to think about what they want for their future and with the help of keyworkers, find ways to make these things happen.

When clients move into a house they work on a "support agreement" which is drawn up with the keyworkers at the "support agreement" meeting. This is a plan that sets out what clients want to achieve, how they intend to reach their goals and what kind of support they would find most helpful from staff. For many clients it forms part of their care programme approach (CPA) which is the wider plan that involves people like social workers, psychiatrist and community psychiatric nurses and is designed to address clients overall needs.

Community Action Halfway Home can offer clients a secure, comfortable home while they build up their confidence before moving into a home of their own. As well as getting to know the other people who live in the house, clients are able to meet people by getting involved in different activities at Halfway and in the local community.

All staff are enhanced DBS checked and are qualified to NVQ Level 3 as a minimum, many hold further professional qualifications. Halfway have also received a number of quality standards: QAF Level B, Investors in People and PQASSO Level 2.

Charity No: 1005379


  Cornhill - Interim Housing
Short term accommodation for single homeless people referred by Sheffield City Council's Homeless Section. The service offers support, including tenancy support, advice and information to enable service users to access appropriate services. There are 59 units in service.


  Cottam Road
A registered care home which provides 24hr supported accommodation for up to 18 adults with learning disabilites. Can provide a place to live for as long as the home can meet individual's needs.

Part of South Yorkshire Housing Association which is a registered charity. Staffed by Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.

Charity No: 501639


  Craegmoor - Supporting You in Rotherham
Part of the Priory Group. Craegmoor - Supporting You in Rotherham provides an innovative, creative supported living service which enables people with learning disabilities, autism, mental health illnesses and people with physical impairments and/or sensory impairments to live the lives they want and have the opportunities they deserve.

Supporting You supports people with a wide range of learning disabilities and has particular expertise in supporting individuals with very challenging and complex needs including those who have often not had the opportunity to live in their own homes in the community before.

Services Provided:

• Personal care
• Home support including help with cooking, cleaning and shopping
• Medication support
• Support to take part in learning opportunities, community events and social activities
• Employment support

Prices:

Support services are charged at a rate of £12.50 per hour (this price is provided by Supporting You, please check it yourself for accuracy)

Areas Served: Supporting You's services cover the whole of Sheffield S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S17, S20, S35 & S36.

Qualifications & Quality Standards:

Supporting You is registered with and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is provided. All staff are CRB checked. All staff are qualified to NVQ 2 in Health and Social Care or are working towards this qualification.

Company limited by guarantee no 4955186



  Dimensions (UK) Ltd - Sheffield
Dimensions is a not-for-profit social enterprise which provides a range of housing and support services for people with learning disabilities and people who are on the autistic spectrum, as well as older people with learning disabilities, physical impairments and/or sensory impairments.

Dimensions can offer a wide range of services to young people and adults of all ages, including those with complex needs or challenging behaviour. Uses a variety of person-centred tools to match support staff to clients with the person and their family/circle of support at the centre of this process.

Services Provided:

• support for people living in their own homes or in shared housing (personal care, cleaning, cooking and independent living skills)
• Medication support
• Sitting service
• tenancy support to help people to find and maintain suitable accommodation
• a team of support advisors to help individuals and their families with a Personal Budget
• transition support for young people leaving school or college
• outreach support
• residential care for people with complex needs
• assistive technology support - advice and guidance on technology to make life easier for people
• opportunities for learning, employment support and participation in social activities and getting out and about in the community. Employment support can include help with:

Preparing for Work
• Information, advice & guidance
• Help with practical issues eg travel, childcare and housing support
• Help being part of your community
• Life skills

Finding and Applying for Jobs
• Support to apply for jobs

Dimensions often work in partnership with other organisations to ensure the best possible combination of services. A growing number of the people Dimensions supports have Personal Budgets.

Prices:

Dimensions charges are from £13 - £15.50 per hour (these prices have been supplied by Dimensions UK Ltd, please check them yourself for accuracy).

Support Planning:

Dimensions provides a Support Planning service.
Support Planners have attended the recognised Sheffield City Council Support Planning training.
• Specialism - learning disabilities
• Specialism - autism

Support Planning is charged at £27 per hour, please check prices yourself for accuracy.

Areas Served:

Dimensions UK cover the S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S17, S20, S35, S36 areas of Sheffield. Has residential services in S5, S6, S8, S12, S13, S20, S35.

Qualifications & Quality Standards:

All staff are CRB checked and are NVQ 2 or 3 qualified or working towards level 2, 3 or 5 in diplomas in Health & Social Care. Dimensions is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), to ensure they provided a quality service. Dimensions has achieved the SCC Recognised Provider status for their homecare service.
Support Planners have attended Sheffield City Council's Support Planning training and have had 2+ plans signed off by the council.

Charity No: 21550R


  Emmaus
A registered charity and international homelessness organisation, providing accommodation and meaningful work for homeless people. Aims to increase self esteem and break the cycle of homelessness.

Runs the Companions Sporting Activities Project which is designed to improve clients health, fitness and sense of wellbeing, boost self-confidence and improve motivation.

Emmaus also runs a gardening service which provides a service to corporate bodies including Sheffield City Council, Target Housing, South Yorkshire Housing Association and other social housing projects around the city. Its garderners can help with lawn mowing, hedge cutting, weed killing etc as well as clearing overgrown areas and drive and path power washing. The service will also remove and dispose of all green waste. Please contact for more details or to make a booking.

Also runs a café and a second hand shop which sells household goods, bric a brac and clothes at Sipelia Works, Cadman Street, S4 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday).

Self or any referral.

Charity No: 1085609


  Fields, The - Cambian Group
The Fields is a specialist residential service made up of 7 separate units for up to 54 adults with learning disabilities, physical impairments and/or complex needs. 24hr support is provided including assistance with personal care, budgeting and life skills as required by the individual. Also gives support with accessing college etc and social activities. Self or any referral.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.



  Great Places Housing Group
Housing association covering Wybourn, Athleston, Birklands, Fox Hill, Staniforth Road, Darnall, Aston Park, Swallownest, Rotherham town centre, Richmond, Park, Handsworth, Norfolk Park, Park Hill, Parson Cross, Shirecliffe and Dearne Valley. Offers general housing, supported housing for vulnerable people and low cost ownership housing.

Through holistic regeneration and new builds the housing group intends their neighbourhoods to be 'Great Places' to live, where residents feel safe, have access to good services and have a strong community identity.

Great Places forms part of the Sheffield Housing Company in partnership with Sheffield City Council and Keepmoat, and will have new homes to rent in 2013 in Norfolk Park and Parson Cross.



  Guildford Grange Extra Care Scheme
The aim of Extra Care Schemes is to keep people as independent as possible in homes that are adaptable to changing needs and that allow people to get care services in their own home without having to move to get them. The scheme caters for people aged 55 years and over.

Guildford Grange is managed by Places for People and provides 40 2-bed flats for rent.
Facilities include:
• 2 communal lounges
• assisted bathroom
• hairdressing salon
• laundry
• hobby room
• sensory garden
• Café - Jordan's Delight - open to the public, Mon-Fri 8.30am-2pm



  Haven House Project
A registered charity that provides temporary supported accommodation for women and children who find themselves homeless due to domestic abuse. Offers housing advice, welfare rights and other relevant support. Also offers support for children via 2 children's workers. Self or any referral.
Charity No: 1096964


  Hesley Group - Residential Services
The Hesley Group believe in delivering the highest standard of service in care, education and support for people with complex needs centered around learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders (particularly high end complexity support needs and challenging behaviour).

The mission of the Hesley Group is to enable people with special needs to achieve their full potential. People placed within their service are valued and respected as individuals, are at the centre of everything they do and are always in receipt of personalised care and support.

Services provided:
• Residential schools for children and young adults aged 8-19 years
• Residential colleges for young adults aged up to 25 years
• Adult residential care
• Small unit supported living accommodation

The Hesley Group accepts referrals from Sheffield and other locally based authorities. The service delivers a wide range of activities for it service users in local community locations across South Yorkshire including Sheffield, such as attending regular sessions at Heeley City Farm.

Qualifications & Quality Standards:
Hesley Group Ltd have over 35 years of experience and are inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for their adult services and Ofsted for their schools and children's services. They also have CHAS Accreditation and Investors in People. All staff are CRB checked.

Company limited by guarantee no 2665377.



  Horizon Care
Horizon Care is a family-run care provider based in South Yorkshire providing residential care. Please see website for information.


  Jane House
Jane House provides supported accommodation for people with learning disabilities aged 18-65 years. Registered care with 24hr support in a 5 bedroom house. Registered for 5 service users. Referral is via a social worker.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.



  Joint Learning Disabilities Service - Supported Living and Day Services
Sheffield City Council and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust work jointly to provide a range of support options for people with learning disabilities including those in receipt of Direct Payments.

Services Provided:

• Supported Living - the service has specialist teams providing care and support to help you live in your own home, where your support will be tailored around your needs, choices and wishes. Support can be from a few hours a week up to 24 hours a day depending on you support needs.

• Day Opportunities - offers an extensive range of social activities, leisure and general interest activities designed to meet your individual needs and for you to develop your own lifestyle. The service has a range of facilities that are designed specifically for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder, behaviour that challenges and dementia. Day services are wheelchair accessible with accessible toilets

• Employment Support (see separate entry)

• Short Break Care (Respite Care) - can be provided to give you or your carer a break. Care can include:
- support in your own home
- overnight stays
- support hoildays / weekends away
- days out
- evening/weekend activities in the community
Short Break Care can be provided in one of the services short break care units where staff are available 24 hours a day. They can provide a 'rolling programme' of care over the year, for example one weekend every month. It can be:
- a one off period of short term care, for example when your family carer goes away on holiday
- support for regular activities, for example one day a week or a one-off when your carer goes shopping

• Personal Assistant Cover Service (PACS) - a service for people who employ their own Personal Assistant to provide their care and support. The service can arrange for someone to support you while your assistant (also known as 1-1) is away on holiday or sick, offering a fully trained staff member and an easy billing process.

• Community and Tenancy Support (CATS) - a service providing housing related support to help you maintain your tenancy. This can include support to pay your bills, keeping your house safe and clean, or helping you to become more independent in your community

The service aims to seek the views of service users and carers to inform service design and delivery.

Prices:
• Supported Living (Sheffield City Council) charge is £20.45 per hour (£41.75 per hour for sleep-in)
• Supported Living (Sheffield Health and Social Care) charge is £20.93 per hour
• Day Opportunities are charged at £45, £53.29 or £70 dependent on individual needs and chosen activities
• Personal Assistant Support (PACS) short term cover charge is £16.13 per hour
• Short Breaks charge is £209.48 (24 hours over night)

The prices above represent a range of set and sliding rates. Please contact the LD Business team if you require more details on the range on offer and bespoke packages (these prices are provided by the Joint Learning Disabilities service, please check them yourself for accuracy).

Areas served:
Joint Learning Disabilities Services cover the whole of Sheffield, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S17, S20, S35, S36.

Qualifications & Quality Standards:
All staff receive comprehensive training, the opportunity to gain a qualification and are DBS checked.



  KeyRing - Supported Living Networks
KeyRing is a national charity which supports adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues and offers support to other vulnerable adults. It supports members to ensure they are able to sustain their own tenancy and live as independently as possible within the community. The support offered is based on a tried and tested unique model which allows flexibility and the opportunity to gain more experience and independence in the lives of members whilst receiving the support that they need.

A cluster of adults live close to each other in their own tenancies. Currently there are networks in Low Edges, S8 and Netherthorpe & Upperthorpe, S3. KeyRing is expanding into other areas of the city. The members of the network receive support from a volunteer who lives in a property provided by KeyRing. The volunteer provides flexible support to meet the needs of members. This includes tenancy-related support, shopping, cooking, making connections in the community, gaining a social life and building on the mutual support from each member within the network. KeyRing increases members' independence and supports its members to achieve the things they want to achieve.

In addition to the volunteer, KeyRing have a range of paid workers who complement the work of the volunteer and provide opportunities for members to get involved in all aspects of the organisation. This ranges from members being on the board of trustees to being full members of the interview process, down to planning local activities within the networks.

KeyRing pride themselves on enabling members to develop their independence and become less reliant on statutory services, which includes truly engaging with communities, positive risk taking and sustaining positive relationships.

Types of Support Available:
• Housing and tenancy-related support
• Budgeting
• Support with benefits
• Support into education or employment
• Mutual support with other members
• Social support
• Support with Direct Payments
• Signposting to other services
• Individual support plans and action plans
• Support to find accommodation
• Shopping
• Household tasks
• And more - the above are just a few of the things KeyRing can offer

Prices:
The cost of a network place is based on the members needs and can be discussed at a free initial meeting.

A company limited by guarantee 3176431.

Charity No: 1054234


  Lister Project - SYHA
Provides long-term supported accommodation to 25 service users with enduring mental health problems. Part of South Yorkshire Housing Association which is a registered charity.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.

Charity No: 501639


  Locality 2 Office
A Sheffield City Council service providing supported living and domiciliary care to people with learning disabilities in their own homes.

Services Provided:
• personal care
• home care including laundry, cleaning, cooking and shopping
• budgeting
• medication support
• accompanying on outings, appointments, day activities etc.

Qualification and Quality Standards:

All staff are DBS checked (Disclosure and Barring Service, formerly CRB). The service is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission, (CQC). All staff are qualified to NVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care.



  Longley Hall Ltd
16-bed supported accommodation for people with learning disabilities and people on the autistic spectrum or people with a dual-diagnosis aged 18-65 years. Includes 1 self-contained flat and 4 flats with shared space. 24hr support. One flat is wheelchair accessible.


  Loxley Park Care Community
Loxley Park Care Community is located on the edge of the Peak District within access of the town and the countryside and is situated in beautiful grounds, gardens, woodland and has its own lake.

Residents can choose from 1 and 2 bedroom flats facing the lake or the river. Although not a registered care home, Loxley Park is served by a registered domiciliary care agency (Signature at Loxley Park (Operations) Ltd and can provide a full range of home support services (including personal care) up to 24 hour care if required.

Services Provided:

Signature at Loxley Park offers short stays and respite care at the centre, ideal for short stays (from as little as 24hrs) and post operative care needs etc. Reservations can be made in advance.

The service also runs a day care service for clients (including people with physical impairments and/or sensory impairments, learning disabilities, mental health issues and of course older people) in receipt of Direct Payments or an individual budget. Day care groups run from 10am-3pm Monday to Friday.

Individual Day Care services available 7 days a week and includes:
• refreshments on arrival
• medication support and management
• a 2-course lunch
• afternoon tea
• on site activities
• access to the site shop
• access to a hairdresser (at an additional charge)
• access to chiropody (at an additional charge)
• personal care and bathing service (at an additional charge)

Prices:

• Home support for Loxley Park residents and short term visitors cost £19 per hour.
• Respite care and short stays costs £130 per 24hours for single occupancy and £160 per 24hours for double occupancy
• Day care sessions cost £35-45 per session
• Transport for day care attendees living in S6 costs £15 per return journey
These prices are provided by Signature at Loxley Park (Operations) Ltd, please check them yourself for accuracy.

Company limited by guarantee no 623793.



  Meadows, The - SYHA
The Meadows is an Extra Care Housing Scheme owned by South Yorkshire Housing Association Ltd. It comprises of 39 one and two bedded self-contained apartments on 3 levels. The aim of the service is to provide support to people aged 55 years and over to help them live independently in their own homes for as long as possible. The apartments are specially designed to adapt to peoples changing needs.
Charity No: 501639


  Melrose House
Melrose House provides supported accommodation provided by Melrose Hostel Ltd for people with learning disabilities aged 18 years and over. 12 units in service. 24hr staff.

Service users receive individual support plans which include:
• managing personal safety
• motivation and encouragement
• meaningful activity and use of time
• life skills
• money matters and personal administration
• health
• community networks
• cultural and social integration
• mental well-being
• managing offending behaviour and use of alcohol/drugs
• living in your home and getting a home
• move on aspirations

Also provides advice and help in seeking a job, training and education. Offers a befriending service. There is a charge for this service. Self or any referral.



  Moorfields - Interim Housing
Short term accommodation for homeless families with support needs, referred by Sheffield City Council's Homeless Section. The service offers support, including tenancy support, advice and information to enable service users to access appropriate services. There are 36 units in service as well as some additional dispersed properties.


  Moorville Residential Home for Supported Living
Moorville Residential Home provides supported living for 6 adults aged 18-65 who have autism, Asperger Syndrome and/or learning disabilities.
The home aims to provide a high quality service, inspiring service users with a person-centred approach and aiming to provide a stepping stone towards independence. Also provides respite care.

Moorville is a unique and tranquil home in the S10 area set in landscaped gardens and is equipped with a swimming pool, jacuzzi and sensory room.

Prices:

Costs are based on a detailed assessment of clients needs, starting from £1000 per week (this price is provided by Moorville Residential Home, please check it yourself for accuracy and contact the home for further details).

Qualifications and Quality Standards:

Moorville Residential Home is a registered home and is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).



  Newfield View Supported Living Ltd
Newfield View Supported Living is a not-for-profit organisation which offers support to enable people with learning disabilities to live in their own home. Support can also be provided to people with a sensory impairment and people with a mental health issues.

Services Provided:

• home care including personal care
• cooking
• cleaning
• shopping
• medication support
• social activities
• support includes counselling, advice, advocacy and independent living and life skills
• has 6 units in service as well as providing outreach support
• offers advice and support to people who receive Direct Payments
• helps individuals with budgeting and managing their care budget
• offers a managed account service
• can help to recruit a Personal Assistant (PA) and employ a Personal Assistant (PA), this includes: help with writing and placing an advert, application sifting, invitation to interview, interviewing candidates, successful candidate letter, CRB support, contract of employment, ongoing employment support, on going employment advice, disciplinary/grievance/dismissal advice and disciplinary/grievance/dismissal support

Prices:

Newfield View Supported Living Ltd charge £15.09 per hour. Bespoke day time activities are available charged £40 per day and includes transport (these prices are provided by Newfield View Supported Living please check them yourselves for accuracy).

Qualifications & Quality Standards:

This service is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered and at the last inspection was rated as an 'Excellent' provider. All staff are CRB checked and have reached at least NVQ level 2 in Health & Social Care.

Company limited by guarantee no 06189203.



  Orchard Care
24hr supported accommodation for adults with a learning disability . Also provides help with education, advocacy and life skills. Social worker or other agency referral.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.



  Phoenix Futures
Phoenix Futures is part of a national charity and runs a residential project, committed to the care of adults recovering from problematic drug or alcohol use in a therapeutic community setting. A variety of group work and individual interventions are used with an emphasis on peer group involvement and self-help to explore the underlying reasons for their problems with drugs/alcohol and learn new skills to develop a drug/alcohol-free lifestyle.

The treatment programme is approximately 6 to 9 months long with a further period of around 6 months in the resettlement project. The daily routine is centred around activities that are carried out within a structured framework. The re-entry support service aids residents to return to the community and continue to live drug/alcohol-free lives.

Open to men and women aged 18 years and over. Referrals taken direct or through other agencies.

Charity No: 284880


  Phoenix Futures National Specialist Family Service (PFFS)
Phoenix Futures National Specialist Family Service is a residential project for families where substance misuse is a problem. Service users gain support to identify and resolve substance misuse issues whilst remaining as primary care givers for their children.

The service provides an intensive residential rehabilitation programme to help families to become drug free and stay together. Accepts couples or single parents of either gender and children up to the age of 10 years.

Offers a combination of group work, one to one key sessions and written work to bring about change. Offers parenting courses for clients who are supported to enhance and develop their parenting skills to work in the best interests of their child/children. PFFS work is based on a Therapeutic Community Model and utilises Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

PFFS is part of a national registered charity. Referrals to the service need to come via a health practitioner, social services or a voluntary agency.

Charity No: 284880


  Pitsmoor Youth Housing Trust (PYHT)
Provides support and accommodation to young single people aged 16-21 years who are homeless, potentially homeless or in need of support to attain independence.

Health/Social Services/Voluntary Agency referral.

Charity No: 1103464


  Places for People - Victoria Court Project
Victoria Court is a homeless project providing temporary accommodation with medium support to single people.

Clients must be referred by Sheffield City Council (SCC) under homelessness legislation. Residents will be assessed by SCC to see if they have a priority need or a local connection and to check that they are not intentionally homeless.

The project offers support to residents with issues they may have and will signpost them to appropriate services, as well as helping with benefits and encouraging people to move forward.



  Places for People - Young Persons Housing Project
Part of Places for People, the Young Person's Housing Project is a registered charity which provides temporary supported housing for men and women aged 16-25 years in 20 units. All temporary units are furnished. There are also 6 units providing permanent accommodation for teenage parents.
Charity No: 20014R


  Prospects for People with Learning Disabilities
Prospects is a citywide service which values and supports adults with learning disabilities and seeks to create the conditions in which they can thrive and grow.

Services Provided:
• home care including personal care
• home support including help with cooking, cleaning or shopping
• medication support
• supported living
• residential care
• day opportunities including social activities, cultural and learning opportunites

Prospects aims to match support staff to clients, involving clients in choosing their support staff as far as possible

Prices:
Charges are based on individual assessments and relate to the specific service required. Rates start at £13.95 per hour. Prospects also works with people who wish to use Direct Payments.

AREAS SERVED: Prospects covers all postal code areas of Sheffield.

Qualifications and Quality Standards:
All staff are CRB checked and are qualified to NVQ level 2. Prospects is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is provided.

Prospects involves its users by producing person centred plans, holding local meetings and a national forum for supported clients.

Prospects is a Christian charity and tailors their service towards families and individuals that want a Christian lifestyle.

Charity No: 1060571


  Rethink - Sheffield Crisis Accommodation & Helpline Service
Rethink - Sheffield Crisis Accommodation & Helpline Service is a mental health support service.

Sheffield Crisis Accommodation Service provides a 6-bed supported accommodation unit in Sheffield, offering recovery focussed intensive support to adults experiencing a mental health crisis.

Access to the service is via Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Trust Teams only (Home Treatment Teams, Sheffield Outreach Service, Functional Intensive Community Services). The service is unable to accept self referrals.

People are supported by SHSC Trust staff for the duration of their stay at the crisis house. The service provides intensive one to one support, exploring a person's mental health crisis and self management techniques including distraction, anxiety management and various other coping strategies. The crisis house is a very homely environment where people are encouraged to maintain independent living with the support of staff. People are supported to develop their own individual safety and support plan identifying their goals and aspirations.

At the request of clients the service may offer basic employment support including help with:

Preparing for Work
• Information, advice & guidance
• Help to build self-confidence & self-esteem
• Help with practical issues eg travel, childcare and housing support
• Help being part of your community
• Help with communication
• Debt, money management & benefits advice

Finding and Applying for Jobs
• Job search & job search methods
• CV/Application form support
• Support to apply for jobs

The service also runs a 24 hour helpline which is accessible to anyone affected be mental health issues.

Charity No: 271028


  Rethink Mental Illness, Sheffield Supported Housing Service
Rethink manages 20 self-contained flats across 3 sites in Sheffield with daytime support for people with severe and enduring mental health problems aged 18-65 years. Referral via mental health professionals.

The service provides individual support packages specifically designed to accommodate each individuals' needs. A dedicated housing Community Mental Health Team provides one to one support and group work, support in accessing other appropriate services and regular reviews of personal recovery plans.

Charity No: 271028


  Roman Ridge Extra Care Scheme
The aim of Extra Care Schemes is to keep people as independent as possible in homes that are adaptable to changing needs and that allow people to get care services in their own home without having to move to get them. The scheme caters for older people aged 55 years and over and is owned and managed by Sanctuary Care.

Roman Ridge offers a warden call system throughout the building, with an on site restaurant, grocery shop, hairdresser and masseur. The Hill Fort Restaurant is open daily for lunch and also provides a take-away/delivery service including lunches and snacks. The restaurant is also open to visitors, guests and older people from the local community.
The scheme also has a dedicated activities co-ordinator who works with the residents committee to provide a full weekly diary of activities including chairobics, Tai Chi, craft classes, PC skills, bingo and coffee mornings and also hosts a Well Being Café organized by the Alzheimer's Society. All the activities are also open to older people from the local community.

The scheme can provide home care for residents, including all aspects of personal care, offering clients specifically designed care packages that can provide practical support to facilitate all domestic and social needs. Assistants can provide medication support at levels A, B & C as well as ordering repeat prescriptions and emergency medication. Domiciliary care is provided by Housing 21, a not-for-profit social enterprise (please see separate entry). Housing 21 has Recognised Provider List Status (RPL) for it's home care service provision.

Charity No: 4231521


  Roundabout Ltd - Support and Accommodation for Homeless Young People
Roundabout provides accommodation and support for homeless young people. Offers direct access emergency accommodation to people aged 16-21. Offers medium term move-on accommodation for people aged 16-25. Self-referral possible.

Roundabout offers advice and support, life skills, literacy training and other activities. User participation is encouraged. Young people gaining permanent accommodation can also receive ongoing resettlement support to help them retain their tenancies. Roundabout also support young people living in their own tenancies.

Company limited by guarantee no 3313253.

Charity No: 1061313


  SACMHA
SACMHA is a health and social care company that provides a range of support services for older people, people with learning disabilities, people with physical impairments and/or sensory impairments, and people with mental health issues including those who are in receipt of Direct Payments or an Individual Budget. All services can be tailored to meet the needs of the individual.

The company has many years experience of providing a culturally sensitive service to clients with BME backgrounds. See also separate entry SACMHA - Support Planning and Brokerage.

Services Provided:

SACMHA provides help with every day life and chores, providing a one to one practical support package to help with everyday tasks, this does not include personal care.

Domiciliary Support:
• going shopping for the day
• meeting up with friends and family or attending appointments
• getting out and about, going out for a meal or the theatre
• holiday support, going on a short break
• playing board games
• using public transport
• going to church

• SACMHA provides Community Outreach - a flexible service to help with managing your mental health, admin (correspondence and letters), bills, tenancy support, appointments etc. This can be in your home or in the community.

• Carers Support - one to one support to the socially isolated, this includes: group activities, therapeutic groups, support with finance and budgeting, support to access other services and services for those you care for.

• Befriending and sitting service.

• Advocacy Service (see separate entry) - for people experiencing mental ill health, the service will not only advocate on your behalf but will help you to develop the confidence and skills to manage situations that may arise in the future.

• Getting the Best From Today's Technology - a service specially designed for those who would like to purchase one to one technology support to learn: how to use computers, access the internet, set up a DVD recorder or digital TV, use a mobile phone or choose the right computer equipment.

• Lunch Club and Drop-in Centre
SACMHA also runs a lunch club and drop-in centre (see separate entry), a carers support service (see separate entry), service user groups and a range of social and educational activities.

• Meals Where You Are
SACMHA provides meals which can be picked up or delivered for a small extra charge. Meat is halal and meals can cater for all dietary needs. Meals can be pre-ordered in single portions and can be frozen. A full menu of meals is available.

• Supported Accommodation - providing vulnerable people with accommodation in one of SACMHA's 10 supported living flats in various locations around the city pre or post hospital admission. This service is delivered following a detailed assessment, jointly conducted with colleagues in the Statutory Sector.

• Community Resource Centre - the Centre is also SACMHA's administrative base and provides access to IT, tasty Caribbean meals, a games room and a large garden. People from all kinds of backgrounds can use this Centre as a "One Stop Shop" for a range of health and social care information. The venue also has rooms available to book for meetings and functions.

Sacmha also offer volunteering opportunities, if you volunteer for them they can provide employment support including:
Preparing for Work
• Information, advice & guidance
• Help being part of your community
• Debt, money management & benefits advice
• Life skills

Work Experience and Volunteering Opportunities
• Volunteering opportunities
• Work Experience
• Work Placements

In Work Support
• Keyworker support in the workplace
• Mentoring & buddying
• Access to work / Other support


Prices:

• Every day life and chores £12-16 per hour
• Community Outreach costs £12-17 per hour depending on the level of support needed (an additional charge may be made for unsocial hours and weekends)
• Getting the Best from Technology support costs £17 per hour
• Lunch Club costs £10 per session
• Meals for home consumption start at £4.50, can be delivered for a small extra charge
• Advocacy Service costs between £15-21 per hour depending on the level of support required e.g general advocacy, mental health tribunals, support and representation in court.
These prices are provided by SACMHA, please check them yourself for accuracy.

Areas Served: SACMHA covers postal districts S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S17, S20, S35 and S36.

Qualifications & Quality Standards:

All staff are Enhanced CRB checked and have attained or are working towards NVQ level 3. SACMHA is working towards PQASSO certification. SACMHA has Public Liability and Employers' Liability insurance.

A registered charity and a company limited by guarantee no 3215318.

Charity No: 1058006


  Sanctuary Supported Living - Byron Road
Sanctuary Supported Living is a charity and a housing association for people aged 16 years and over providing supported accommodation for individuals with a range of needs eg mental health and learning disabilities.
Charity No: 245698


  Sanctuary Supported Living - Studfield Court
Sanctuary Supported Living Studfield Court is a trading name of Sanctuary Housing Association, an exempt charity and a housing association for people aged 16 years and over providing supported accommodation for individuals with a range of needs eg mental health, learning disabilities, physical disabilities or substance misuse.

Studfield Court, located in Wisewood S6, is a supported accommodation unit with 8 self contained flats for clients with mild to moderate learning disabilities and who have to have been assessed for a personal budget. Each flat comprises of a lounge, kitchen and bathroom with downstairs flats having disabled access.

Staff are on site part time and provide support to clients to help them maintain their tenancy and develop their skills so they can eventually live independently. A support assistant will support clients with daily living skills including menu planning, shopping, cooking, cleaning and health and safety. The project worker will support clients with budgeting, finances, education, employment, benefits, health etc.

Referral can be by self or through external support agencies.



  Sheffield Foyer
Sheffield Foyer offers supported accommodation for young homeless people aged 16-25 years who meet the Foyer's criteria. Provides support through training, education and social life skills training. Outreach workers available. No emergency accommodation.

The project can also house pregnant young homeless women and single young people with a young infant. Self or any referral.

Charity No: 22935R


  Sheffield Health and Social Care - Supported Living
Accommodation that provides 24 hr support for people with learning disabilities in all aspects of daily life, including:
• health and wellbeing
• financial guidence
• social
• living skills
• social inclusion
• advocacy
• promoting independence and choice.

Has 3 units in service:
• 102 & 104 Beighton Road, S20 provides targeted support of 84 hours per week, shared between 4 tenants
• Mansfield View in Intake, S12 has several bungalows arranged around a central courtyard with grass and trees with private back gardens. Supports 15 tenants of varying needs
• 131 Stradbroke Road, S13 supports 3 tenants

Has City Wide Care Alarm technology in place for night time assistance if required. Referral via social worker only.



  Sheffield Womens Aid
Sheffield Womens Aid is a registered charity which provides help, advice and emergency refuge space and re-settlement into the community, for women and children who have been physically, mentally and/or sexually abused.

The service will accompany residents of the refuge to the DWP, solicitors and housing departments. Has Family Support Workers for play sessions and support.

Charity No: 1138460


  Sheffield YWCA - Peile House Project
The Peile House Project offers support and accommodation to vulnerable young women aged between 16-25 years who are either pregnant, already have a baby (dependent on the mobility of the child) or are single and homeless. The project can also accommodate young women with moderate learning disabilities, aged 16-35 years.

Residents stay in the project for a period of 18 months. Support is available 24hrs a day 7 days a week creating a living environment where young women can live safely and develop their life skills.

The accomodation consists of 10 bedsits (4 of which are short-term for up to 6 weeks, plus 3 assessment beds for Sheffield City Council) and 4 self contained flats all of which are furnished and have their own kitchen area.

The company is a managing agent for South Yorkshire Housing Association and an independent satellite of the YWCA of the UK.
A registered charity and company limited by guarantee no 3866756.

Charity No: 1080111


  Sheffield YWCA Peile Court and Tulips Project (Walkley/Foxhill Project)
Sheffield YWCA Peile Court and Tulips Project offers semi-supported housing to enable young people to live independently within their chosen community. Peile Court and Tulips core building specialises in working with young women at risk, young women with a child or pregnant or young women with mild to moderate learning disabilities.

Both parts of the project work with young people in a supported housing environment. The age range is 16-25 years or 16-35 years if the young person has a mild to moderate learning disability. Priority is given to 16-18 year olds or 16-25 year olds if the young person has a mild to moderate learning disability.

The accommodation at the core building comprises of 6 one bedroom flats situated in Broomhill area of Sheffield and the outreach service has 6 two bedroomed houses within the communities of Walkley, Foxhill and Southey. All properties are fully furnished.

Each young person will receive weekly support from their key worker. Together they will identify needs, goals and risks and work towards developing the young person's skills and confidence to live independently. Length of stay is 6 months to 2 years and the young person is then supported to move onto appropriate houing.

Referrals can be made by any professional or agency that is working with or has involvement with the young person/family.

YWCA is a registered charity.

Charity No: 1080111


  South Yorkshire Housing Association Ltd (SYHA)
South Yorkshire Housing Association (SYHA) is a charitable, not-for-profit organisation governed by a voluntary board. Founded in 1972, SYHA own and manage more than 6000 homes throughout Sheffield as well as Options - Home Care (see separate entry).

As the largest provider of Care and Supported Housing in the region, the support services offered are expansive, reflecting the wide range of backgrounds and levels of care that residents may require, both those with general needs and various care and support requirements including extra care.

Charity No: XN37291


  Spectrum Social Care Supported Living
Spectrum Social Care works in partnership with Hutton Housing Group who provide tenancies to adults with learning disabilities. The service has a number of properties available for tenants and will seek to rent or purchase properties on an ongoing basis to ensure they have availability to meet demand. All properties provided are well maintained to a high standard and decorated and furnished, however tenants can add their own personal touches to really make it their home just how they want it.

People with learning disabilities are supported to live in their own home either in a flat on their own, or in a shared house with housemates. Support is available as needed including 24 hour support.

Spectrum will support people to apply for housing benefit to pay for their tenancy from Hutton Housing Group and will set up their package of support using their Direct Payments to cover the cost of any Spectrum support workers required.

Services Provided include:
• Support to undertake and maintain a tenancy
• Support for all household tasks such as cooking, cleaning, laundry
• Support to manage money, budget, use banking systems
• Support to pay bills
• Support to do shopping
• Support to get out and about and socialise
• Support to find activities, employment, volunteering opportunities etc.
• Support through the night
• Support with personal care
• Support with taking medicines
• Support to stay safe
• Support to keep in touch with family and friends

Prices:

Rent starts from approximately £60 per week, however each property has a different rent value and this will be made known to you when you express an interest in a particular property available.

Support Costs, please contact Spectrum to discuss your needs.


Qualifications and Quality Standards:

All Spectrum staff have an Enhanced Vetting & Barring check (CRB) and all tenants will have a Tenancy Agreement. Spectrum Social Care is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), to ensure a quality service is provided.



  Steven Close Locality - SHSC
Part of Sheffield Health and Social Care Foundation Trust. Provides supported living accommodation for people with learning disabilities and/or physical disabilities, aged over 18 years.

Provides residents with help regarding:
• housing related support
• managing finances
• shopping
• keeping the home clean
• organising holidays
• organising activities
• personal care

Level of support given depends on needs of the person, the service can also provide help with:
• training/jobs
• education
• advice
• health/therapeutic support
• life skills
• befriending
• social events

South Yorkshire Housing Association building staffed by Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust. 12 units in service. Steven Close has both ground floor and upstairs accommodation. Potters Gate has upstairs accommodation only. Self or any referral.



  Stothard Road Scheme Limited
Do you have Cerebral Palsy? Spina Bifida? Or Hydrocephalus?
Do you want to live independently? Have your own space?
Can cater for people with learning disabilities, physical impairments and/or sensory impairments.

Stothard Court provides supported living accommodation in a very popular part of Sheffield. Stothard Court is close to local shops, the city centre and also has great transport links.

There are 9 pupose-built and self contained flats which are all wheelchair accessible. Each flat has its own wet room and compact kitchen.

Further amenities include:
• a secure communal entrance hall
• inviting living room with TV
• accessible dining area
• large, adapted and fully equipped kitchen
• laundry room
• electric wheelchair recharging room
• accessible gardens
• parking spaces
Can cater for people with physical impairments, sensory impairments and /or learning disabilities.
All staff are Disclosure and Barring Service checked (DBS, formerly CRB).

Company limited by guarantee no 2712250.

Charity No: 1011987


  SYHA - Cuthbert Bank
SYHA Cuthbert Bank is a purpose built supported housing scheme for families at risk of homelessness. The unit has 15 three bed and 9 two bed self-contained, furnished flats in a core building at Cuthbert Bank. The service also has 7 houses at scattered locations in Crookes and Walkley. The scheme offers support and advice to users including tenancy support.

Referrals to the scheme are via Sheffield City Council's Housing Solutions service only.



  SYHA - Daresbury View
SYHA - Daresbury View offers temporary / interim accommodation to homeless people in Sheffield. Daresbury View has 19 self-contained, furnished maisonettes and flats for homeless families, together with 3 additional flats for single people or mums to be. The service offers support specific to each users needs and provides tenancy support to help them to establish a successful tenancy and develop the skills to live independently.

Referrals to this service are via Sheffield City Council's Housing Solutions Team only.



  SYHA - Infirmary Road
SYHA - Infirmary Road is a supported accommodation unit, in Upperthorpe, which provides 21 temporary self-contained, furnished, one bedroom flats to single, homeless people aged 18 years and over. Residents are taught skills that will help them gain full independence and maintain a tenancy, without support, once they find a permanent place to live.

Referrals are via Sheffield City Council's Housing Solutions team only.



  Target Housing Ltd
Target Housing provides accommodation solutions and support to vulnerable and marginalised individuals and families across Yorkshire and East Midalnds, offering specialist services to a range of client groups including, High Risk Offenders, gender specific services for female offenders and Asylum Seekers.

Target aim to deliver a high standard of accommodation and a good quality service with the primary aim of empowering individuals to sustain their tenancies, achieve independent living and attain their goals. Target offer a range of solutions to accommodate all levels of need, these include; shared accommodation, private rented solutions, floating support, intervention support and post exit of service re-intervention support. Services are designed for people aged 18 years and over with no upper age limit. There are no restrictions on referrals and each case is assessed on an individual basis.

Charity No: 1017481


  Together - Working for Wellbeing (Norfolk Road)
Together is a national charity working alongside people with mental health issues on their journey to leading fulfilling and independent lives. Together work with around 4000 adults a month nationally, the majority of whom are building a positive future for themselves whilst living with complex and recurring mental health issues.

Services Provided:

Runs a registered home in Sheffield for people with mental health issues, in shared accommodation in 4 bungalows. Referrals need to come from professional agencies. Clients have to be funded by the local authority and therefore require a full needs assessment.

Together also supports people who receive an Individual Budget for their mental health needs, giving advice and information on Direct Payments and help with care planning. Provides support with day-to-day budgeting, shopping, cooking, cleaning, laundry, attending appointments, paying bills, developing or maintaining social networks and taking part in social activities or interests.

Prices:

£18.87 per hour (this price is provided by Together - Working for Wellbeing, please check it yourself for accuracy).

Qualifications & Quality Standards:
The home is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is provided. All staff are DBS checked.

Charity No: 211091


  Transform Residential Limited (Ruskin Mill Trust)
Transform Residential is a provider of a range of residential placements based in variouslocations nationally and in Sheffield. Provides housing for young people with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour who attend Freeman College.

Offers a range of provision which can include the following:
• Term-time residential provision
• College holiday provision
• Short break
• Activity breaks
• Living skills development
• Day-time respite care

All Transform Residential provision is registered with the Care Quality Commission. Residential provision may be arranged with Shared Lives providers or in Team-working households depending on individual needs of the service user. Transform Residential is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ruskin Mill Trust.



  Turning Point Burngreave Young Peoples Service
Turning Point Burngreave Young People's Service provides single person, self contained supported accommodation for young people aged 16-25 years who are, or are at risk of becoming homeless. Targets young people for BME communities but welcome referrals for anyone who would benefit from the service. Also offers an out of hours emergency phone number for service users after 5pm and weekends.

Referrals only from professional agencies offering support to young people in need of housing related support. The service can not provide immediate or emergency accommodation.

Charity No: 234887


  United Response
United Response is a national charity with over 40 years experience of providing support to adults with learning disabilities, older people, children and young people, people with mental health issues, people with physical impairments and/or sensory impairments and people with an acquired brain injury. The group also works with people on the autistic spectrum or with long term health problems and people within the criminal justice system

United Response work together with families and carers to involve them in the person's life to enable better support into an engaging, inclusive, empowered life which is as independent as possible.

United Response's mission is to enable the people they support to take control of their lives. The vision is a society where disabled people are equal participants and have access to the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. The charity also offers advice and support to people under Self Directed Support or with Individual Budgets/Personal Budgets and can also support you to write or review your plan.

Services Provided:

• personal care
• independent living skills, health and safety at home
• social activities, cultural and learning opportunities, maintaining friendships
• life skills
• cooking, cleaning and shopping
• supported living and tenancy support
• medium term support to assist people to recover after a crisis
• day opportunities and support getting out and about
• medication support (have a medication policy and all staff are fully trained and adhere to Sheffield City Councils medication policy)
• respite, sitting service (offer a multitude of options for short breaks as identified by person centrered planning)
• transport to appointments and activities
• 24h support
• support in home ownership
• helping you to manage your budget
• Appointeeships
• advocacy service - supporting people to be part of local advocacy groups and linking them with United Response's national campaigns team
• employment support including,
Preparing for Work
• Information, advice & guidance
• Help to build self-confidence & self-esteem
• Help with practical issues eg travel, childcare and housing support
• Help being part of your community
• Help with communication
• Debt, money management & benefits advice
• Life skills
• Careers advice & guidance

Training & Qualifications
• Advice on funding for training
• IT skills & training

Work Experience and Volunteering Opportunities
• Volunteering Opportunities
• Work Clubs
• Work tasters
• Work Experience
• Work Placements

Finding and Applying for Jobs
• A specialist disability careers advisor
• Careers advice / job coaching
• Job search & job search methods
• CV/Application form support
• Job matching
• Support to apply for jobs
• Interview techniques
• Support at interview
• Support into self-employment

In Work Support
• Keyworker support in the workplace
• Mentoring & buddying
• Getting to work / reasonable adaptations to the workplace
• Access to work / Other support


Prices:

Support charges start from £14.50 per hour. Support packages are available designed on an individual basis (this price is provided by United Response, please check it yourself for accuracy).

Qualifications & Quality Standards:

This service is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission
(CQC) to ensure a quality service is provided. All United Response staff are DBS checked. All staff undergo a quality training programme needed for this work, which includes person centered thinking, positive behaviour support, mental health, epilepsy and dementia awareness.

The quality assurance systems are based on the Business Excellence Model, via the British Quality Foundation and is systematically updated and improved with the involvement of people who are supported by United Response. The systems are intended to ensure that they effectively meet the needs and wishes of the people that are supported and to provide performance monitoring feedback to them.

United Response worked with "Skills for People" to develop their Quality Checkers group. This group of service users are trained to go into services and check quality from a user's perspective. The process provides training for service users to carry out audits of the way they provide support, and ensures that they are an integral part of the quality assurance system.

United Response is also a member or affiliated to several professional bodies including: Supporting People, Positive about Disabled People and National Skills Academy for Social Care. Company limited by guarantee no 1133776.

Charity No: 265249


  Voluntary Supported Housing Forum
The forum is for providers of housing related support. They meet to share information and to work together to fully engage in health, housing and social care issues.


  Walkley Lodge
Walkley Lodge is a residential home with 7 places which offers one to one support for adults aged over 18 years with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour and/or who are on the autistic spectrum. May be able to provide respite care. The service is provided by Roseberry Care Centres. Referral via social worker only.

Each service user receives support based on an individual care plan designed to meet their needs and sets goals which are regularly reviewed and updated.

Prices:
Price for one to one support is from £1800 per week for residential and respite care (this price has been provided by Walkley Lodge, please check it yourself for accuracy).

Qualifications & Quality Standards:
The home has been running for 8 years and is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission CQC to ensure a quality service is delivered. All staff are CRB checked. The home seeks to involve its service users and get feedback via surveys and forums.

A company limited by guarantee no 6056673.



  Wensley Street
A registered Care Home providing 24 hour supported accommodation for up to 30 adults with learning disabilities.

Part of South Yorkshire Housing Association which is a registered charity. Staffed by Sheffield Health and Social Care.

This home is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure a quality service is delivered.

Charity No: 501639


  White Willows Extra Care Scheme - SYHA
The aim of Extra Care Schemes is to promote independence in homes that are built to meet the changing needs of older people. This allows people to access care and support services which can be adapted to individual needs and circumstances without the need to move home to receive them. The scheme caters for people aged over 55 years.

White Willows has 60 self-contained apartments. Part of South Yorkshire Housing Association which is a registered charity.

Charity No: 501639


  Young Womens Housing Project (YWHP)
Young Women's Housing Project is a specialist support project that provides safe, supported accommodation and outreach for young women aged between 16 and 25 years who have been affected by sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and sexual/domestic violence.

Women who are pregnant and/or with dependent children may also be referred. There is a core house with 4 beds, 5 single person furnished flats (one of which is adapted for disabled access), 2 furnished maisonettes and 2 houses for women with children. There are also therapeutic activities and workshops, allotment sessions and a parents group. YWHP continues to provide support for women after they have moved on.

Referrals can be made by the young women themselves, a worker or a friend. Cannot provide direct access.

Charity No: 700230


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