Mickley Hall | Sheffield

Mickley Hall, Mickley Lane, Sheffield S17 4HE

Mickley Hall is a residential nursing home providing support for 39 physically disabled adults.

We specialise in supporting people who have varying needs as a result of physical and long term neurological conditions including AIDS/HIV, cancer care, cerebral palsy, colitis & Crohn’s disease, brain injury, Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, spina bifida & hydrocephalus and stroke.

Our Registered Nurse teams are highly skilled and trained to deliver specialist and complex nursing care and have significant experience with tracheostomy, PEG care, wound management and the provision of end of life care. The full-time support we provide is flexible and designed to help build skills, inspire confidence and encourage people to live more independently. We work directly with each individual to develop a personalised support programme based on their needs, wishes and aspirations. This includes personal care, health & wellbeing programmes, community engagement, enablement, volunteering & activities and respite services.

0114 236 9952


Large spacious dinning room
Activities centre
Wide range of activities
External day trips
Spacious gardens
Ample Parking
24/7 Care
No lifts wheelchair accessibility
Recent refurbishment
Wet room
Hairdressing facilities
IT suite


Disabled Toilets
Disabled Parking
Wheelchair access
On site Minibus
Tracksystem Hoist
Close to local town
Close to amenities
Edge of the peak district
Bariatric wet room
Local shops and public house

Angela Simpkin

The manager qualified in 1989 as a registered general nurse,with extensive experience in nursing inculding acute and primary care. With a passion for learning and development of staff to drive quality care within the home.

Educated to degree level in organisational management, with qualifications in assessment and mentoring staff. Other experience includes commissioning for Health Education England in regard to the health and social care agenda looking at quality of placement areas. Ability to create and maintain effective working relationships with all disciplines of staff. After many years in nursing i still believe i have the passion for providing person centred quality care and remain committed to making a difference to the people i have the privlidge to support in thier home.