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Operator's Description"Overdale was opened in 1930 as the result of a bequest by Miss Edith Mary Younge, a Sheffield lady who died just after the second world war.
One of the main aims of the home is to provide a warm fa..." Show more "Overdale was opened in 1930 as the result of a bequest by Miss Edith Mary Younge, a Sheffield lady who died just after the second world war.
One of the main aims of the home is to provide a warm family atmosphere based on Christian loving kindness.
Today Overdale is a modern residential home where the highest standards are upheld. The home manager, Samuel Ewart is very experienced in caring for older people.
Only 5 miles from the Peak National Park, Overdale was originally 2 Victorian houses which were later extended into one home, keeping many of its original features.
It boasts lovely grounds with lots of trees, shrubs and lawns, which we share with our tenanted Bungalows.
There is a large car park at the rear of the home and is close to the City centre with all its amenities." Show less
Conditions cared for: Older people generally / People with dementia
Care period: Trial stay / Long stay / Respite care stay.
This home accommodates 25 residents in 25 single rooms (16 en suite). It is a converted building with a garden. Facilities are available for family or friends to stay overnight.
The home is in an urban location. Bus stop 250 yards; shop 250 yards; post office 0.5 mile(s); town centre 1 mile(s); GP 250 yards; social centre 2 mile(s);
Residents may bring their own furniture and choose their room decoration. There is a lot of flexibility about meals. Activities are arranged weekly. There are opportunities to pursue hobbies and to help with gardening.
Housing Authority: Sheffield
Social Care Authority: Sheffield
Cost: Not available. Local Authority rates accepted.
Info updated: 27/06/2023