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Welcome to The Grange & Elm Court

The Grange & Elm Court service offers a range of facilities for enabling people with mental health and addiction issues to work towards recovery, in a structured, safe and supportive environment.

The Grange & Elm Court

About The Grange & Elm Court

The Grange is a traditional stone building farmhouse providing long and medium term care to people who require support for a period of months, sometimes longer.

Wilson House and Skelton House are attached to The Grange and also provide long and medium term care and support.

Elm Court comprises of 3 and 4 bedroom apartments. This part of the service offers short stay rehabilitation for a period of 6-24 months, allowing individuals to re-build skills and confidence before returning back to the community.

The service also offers short stay respite care for people who relapse and would benefit from the stability of a supportive residential setting.


The Grange & Elm Court is situated in the rolling countryside of South Yorkshire with 30 minute access to main towns and cities.

Grange and Elm Court Care Home


Family and friends are welcome to visit their loved ones at any time, however if they intend to visit before 9am or after 8pm it is preferred if they can call ahead for security reasons.

  Quick Contact Information

  Tel: 01226 204185
  Fax: 01226 204185


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Vision Statement

We at The Grange & Elm Court believe in and strive to achieve the very best of Care for ALL of our Service Users. Our Home is YOUR Home. All of our staff are dedicated to your care and well being, their aim is to provide you with comfort and promote well being by adopting the following;

To respect that everyone is a unique individual

To offer choices and encourage independence in everyday living

To encourage personal growth and development

To provide and maintain a safe, comfortable and happy home environment

To have zero tolerance against any type of abuse

To respect everyone’s right to privacy and dignity

To respect all cultures and beliefs

To be open, fair and honest

To ensure all of our staff are fully trained to meet everyone’s needs

To alleviate people’s loneliness and isolation

To ensure residents and staff feel able to complain without fear of retribution

CQC Registration

Your Health Limited is registered, and therefore licensed to provide services, by the Care Quality Commission (Provider ID: 1-101667545). For more information, visit

This is what our residents say about the quality of care and facilties here at The Grange and Elm Court:

"I like the food at The Grange and Elm Court and am very happy with my room. Also, the staff are very friendly. I get along with the other patients and knit for them. Also, I enjoy trips out in the minibus and activities organised in the home like Karaoke and I run my own exercise class for the other patients"
- PG

"I am living in the Elm Court. I live with my friend’s cat and 2 other people. We all get along together and cook with each other. I appreciate it that staff spend time to chat with me"
- MH

"Staff are the best thing about the Grange. It has a homely feel here and I have a beautiful bedroom. The home is very clean and has good grounds"
- AC

"I enjoy living at the Grange and Elm Court. I think a lot of the staff. Also they helped me to make pizza this week. It was very tasty"
- MS

"I like living at The Grange because I am offered good support and the meals are nice"
- RB

"I like going to the races with Lee on Thursdays. In the summer I want Lee to take me out more"
- AC

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The service we provide

The Grange & Elm Court is registered as a 43 bed home to provide support for people aged 18 and over with mental health and addiction issues. We try to ensure that our Service Users are as independent as possible within the service and local community.

The managers and staff are skilled and dedicated in delivering person-centred, supportive care that is inherently based on the core principle of recovery based practice where the individuals choice, diversity and values are paramount, allowing wishes, strengths and hopes of the individual to be achieved.

The service aims to provide a safe, supportive environment using evidence based practice. The aim of the recovery programme is to:-

• Offer support in managing one’s own mental health by reducing distressing experiences and symptoms through understanding wellness.

• Seeing one’s self as more than a service user of mental health services.

• Finding and building on a sense of hope, meaning and positive sense of self.

Person-Centred Care

In order to embed person-centred practice into the hearts and minds of everyone within The Grange & Elm Court our focus has been on support commitment, development of the service and education of everyone involved, this ensures that:

• Individuals have autonomy and are fully involved, as far as possible in all aspects of their care and support

• Promoting positive and therapeutic relationships through effective communication with service users and families at the focus

• Respecting diversity of everyone involved and the social context in which they live

• Promoting recovery and strengths based practice, Increasing self-esteem, self managed care, hope, optimism and a sense of self worth.

• Acknowledging experiences knowledge and insights of service users and their families

Recovery Plan

The Grange & Elm Court uses a recovery plan that supports the individual through a journey of discovery and stops to look at where they are within that process. It also helps the individual identify what areas need to be worked through and the steps to take.

We support people through this journey of change and can help with:

• Self-care

• Living skills

• Managing mental health

• Social networking

• Relationships

• Responsibilities

• Identity and self-esteem

• Addictions

• Trust and hope

• Work

When a person first comes into the service they may feel stuck and be overwhelmed with feelings of hopelessness and confusion, sometimes a person may panic or out of touch with reality. At this stage support is given in coping with the enormity of the symptoms experienced by the individual.

Once the symptoms are under control and the individual has a sense that things are not right, we support the person through accepting they need help and are not coping. The team work with the service user, giving them hope that things can change.

Recruitment at Cedar Court Care Home

Current Vacancies

We are dedicated to providing a high quality service for all of our service users and our recruitment process is an intrinsic and vital part of this. We are always looking for dedicated, enthusiastic and highly motivated people to become part of our team. If you are interested in joining us please review our current opportunities as listed below.

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Get in Touch

The Grange & Elm Court, 80 Grange Lane, Cundy Cross, Barnsley, S71 5QQ

Tel: 01226 204185
Fax: 01226 204185


Our Registration Authority address is:

Care Quality Commission, CQC East Midlands, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA

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Come and Visit Us

No appointment is necessary; you are welcome just to turn up and have a look around.

If you would like to book an appointment our Home Manager will be more than happy to show you around the Home and discuss your requirements in more detail.

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