Life-changing residential care for adults with learning disabilities, autism and physical disabilities.
Type of property
Rose Meadow is a residential service ready to welcome new people and support them in leading an independent life.
The large detached house has eight ensuite bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, and a bathroom with a shower over a bath. The ensuite bathrooms are a mixture of wet rooms and standard bathrooms with shower cubicles.
There is also a spacious accessible garden for people to use when the weather is good.
Valued in your community
Rose Meadow is in the rural village of Misterton, which has easy access to all of the surrounding areas by car. The local area has a butchers, a takeaway, cafes and pubs. People go for regular walks in the local area, particularly along the canal.
West Lindsey Leisure Centre provides year-round access to exercise classes, two swimming pools, a gym, a sports hall and a squash court.
Doncaster is the closest large town and offers a museum and art gallery, Frenchgate Shopping Centre, and a Vue Cinema. There is a market three days a week too. Nearby Sheffield also has attractions such as Weston Park and Kelham Island Museums, the Lyceum and Crucible theatres, Victoria Quays, cinemas and art galleries, Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield Winter Garden, and Magna Science and Adventure Centre.
Living at this service
Life at Rose Meadow is suitable for people with learning disabilities, autism, and physical disabilities.
The people we support here are aged between 25 and 68 years of age. They have varied interests including walking, going to the pub, working, going to college, watching television, listening to music, gardening, shopping, and being in the community.
People choose how they spend their time. Day trips to Centre Parcs, bowling and theme parks are favourites. A singer visits the house every other month, and people often enjoy evenings with takeaway food and karaoke.
“Rose Meadow is in a village location which is quiet and safe. The Victorian property is in good condition, with beautiful features such as stained-glass windows. The community is strong and friendly, and people really enjoy living here. The long-term staff work hard to help the people we support to improve their level of independence.” Manager, Rose Meadow