Rother Valley View is located in Swallownest, Sheffield. The local placing authority comes under Rotherham Council and CCG as it is just on the border of Rotherham and Sheffield. The one large property has 6 individual living spaces that each have their own living room, kitchen area, breakfast bar or dining room and bedroom with a shower room en-suite bathroom.
The property has two ground floor apartments which are wheelchair accessible. It has a communal area onsite that is comfortable and homely.
There is a car park with ample space and we have a vehicle for offsite community activities.
Each apartment comes equipped with new furniture and appliances. Each resident will have their own
- Double bed or Queen size bed
- Oak double or triple wardrobes with mirror
- TV console table
- Double settee or combination or single settee
- Kitchen table or breakfast bar
- Fridge/ Freezer
- Washer/ Dryer
- Space for kitchen storage
- Fitted oven and hobs
Apartments can be decorated and personalised to residents own taste. This is something we encourage during transition periods and when the person first moves in.
Our communal area
- Furnished with settees
- Decorated to feel homely and comfortable
- Have a large console table
- Include a mini- kitchen area
- Set up for activities that are communal such as karaoke, games, DVD nights and arts and crafts
In our grounds
- Large landscaped garden area.
- Patio area for sitting outside.
- Sensory area.
Rother Valley View has plenty of local amenities including the co-op, hairdressers, health centre, dentists, locally run shops, cafes and pubs. Rother Valley Country park is a short distance away as well as access to further education like Rotherham College, Sheffield University and Sheffield Hallam University. It’s a short drive or bus ride away from Meadowhall, Crystal Peaks, Centertainment, Magna, Sheffield and Rotherham town centre. There are lots of opportunities within the community that we can support individuals to access which suits their own taste.
We understand how important it is that staffing levels are right to provide a safe and effective service in line with CQC requirements. We have an onsite office for our Registered Manager and management team and we operate an open door policy. By open door policy we mean that we encourage honesty, openness and transparency from both our residents and staff team.
All staff follow a rigorous interview process which our residents are encouraged to be involved in. Once a candidate has been successful in their interview a disclosure and barring check will be completed a satisfactory police check will determine weather the candidate is suitable to work for our vulnerable adults. Support staff under take induction training and shadowing with us.