2A Haywood Lane,
South Yorks S36 2QE
Tel: 0114 283 7200
Fax: 0114 288 7736
Some bed availability
We provide long and short-term rehabilitation, care and support for people with conditions such as acquired or traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal injury. We also look after people who need tracheostomy care, enteral feeding and assisted ventilation.
High in the Pennine Hills near Sheffield, our 24-bed centre borders the Peak District National Park and is surrounded by spectacular countryside with wonderful views.
Throughout their stay with us, our patients are encouraged to make individual choices about all aspects of life at the centre and to live as independently as possible.
Around 25-minutes’ drive from the centre of Sheffield
Within five miles of the M1 motorway
Chapeltown, Penistone and Sheffield train stations all close by
Manchester Airport a 45 minute drive away
On-site free parking
Sensory room equipped with fibre optic lighting, bubble tube and musical instruments
24 bedrooms, all en-suite with garden or hillside views
Four separate lounge areas, including one quiet lounge and a large central atrium area with abundant natural light
Activities, computer and therapy rooms as well as a gymnasium
Therapy kitchen to practise making drinks, meals and snacks during the day
Easy access to a wide range of local amenities as well as a mini-bus for outings
Access to local colleges/training facilities
Active social and therapeutic activities programme
Visiting chiropodist, hairdresser, community dentist and domiciliary optician
Leisure and recreational equipment available (Wii, DVD player, table tennis table and pool table)
Our slow stream rehabilitation service is suitable for people who need a longer period of less intense rehabilitation. It is suitable for those who need time to practise newly learnt skills in a variety of everyday situations before returning to live at home,
We can also organise assessment for people in low states of awareness using SMART (Sensory Modality Assessment and Rehabilitation Technique) assessment.
This service is for people who have problems associated with a brain injury or neurological condition and who cannot be looked after at home, usually because of the high level of nursing care they need. Patients may also need regular medical investigations or monitoring which are not easily available in a normal residential home or their own home.
This service is available to people with a brain injury or neurological condition who live at home but who could benefit from a short stay in a specialist centre.
It also offers a much-needed break for families and carers and is an opportunity for individuals to have their needs reassessed.
The day he arrived, I felt that my brother had come 'home'. The amazing people were waiting to meet him and work with him and he changed almost overnight.
This is the most rewarding job I've ever had. I love the fact that I make a valuable contribution to our clients' lives.
My father moved to Stocksbridge in January 2016 which has been amazing for him. The staff are fantastic and treat us all like family. They love and care for my dad so much.
Involving family as partners
We believe we get better outcomes when people are involved as partners in the assessing and planning of their care, and that involves families too. Each of our patients is assessed as an individual, and care is reviewed regularly. Families are included in all decisions about care.
Our team at Stocksbridge is managed by Jill Salmon. We have specialists in psychology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, nursing, and social and recreation, as well as housekeeping, catering, maintenance and administration staff.