Coronavirus - changes to this service

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic we have made some changes to our visiting arrangements for Edmund Road. 

We are limiting the number of face-to-face appointments we are offering for safety reasons. All appointments will be risk assessed before you are invited to a face-to-face appointment. 

If you are asked to come to Edmund Road please follow the guidance in your appointment letter. 

You can find out more about the changes we have made to our services during the pandemic at

We are a city-wide service that provides short-term intensive treatment to older adults who have a functional mental health problem or a Dementia diagnosis.

The Older Adults Home Treatment Team is a city-wide service that aims to assess and treat people at home to help prevent them being admitted to hospital. 

We know that you’re at your best when you’re at home, with your support network of carers, friends and family around you. We’ll work with you to minimise risks you’re facing and support you wherever we can. 
Initially we may provide daily support where we’ll assess your needs and come up with a plan to help you achieve the goals you need along your route to recovery. 

We work closely with the Older Adults Community Mental Health Team and Memory Service to help prevent hospital admission, as well as our inpatient wards, such as Dovedale and Grenoside Grange, to help promote early discharge back into the community.  

Our team is made up of a Consultant Psychiatrist, medical staff, Nurses, Advanced Support Workers, Administrators, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Pharmacists and Non-Medical Prescribers. 


The team is currently going through the process to achieve accreditation from the Royal College of Psychiatrists as part of their Home Treatment Accreditation Scheme

The accreditation recognises best practice in the field and shows a clear commitment to continually improving the service. 

How is the service accessed?

Referrals to the Older Adults Home Treatment Team are only accepted via the Trust’s Older Adult Community Mental Health Team, Memory Service, Liaison Psychiatry and other specialist services within the Trust.

We do not accept self-referrals but if you feel that you or a loved one may benefit from our support please speak to your GP and request a referral to the Older Adults Community Mental Health Team

You can take a look at our service eligibility and selection criteria by clicking here

Coronavirus survey

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot of changes to our lives, and it has also meant we've had to make some temporary changes to the way we provide our support.

We carried out a survey of our service users to ask about your experience during the pandemic to find out what we've done well and where we can make improvements.

You can take a look at the results of the survey for Older Adults Home Treatment Team by clicking here.

Sharing your feedback on Care Opinion

Care Opinion is an independent organisation that gives you the chance share your experience of using our services, to help us make changes that benefit everyone. 

We want you to share honest feedback about our services. Good or bad we want to hear what you think. 

You can choose how much detail you want to go into about your personal story, but if there’s anything we could improve on we want to know. 

You can give feedback by filling in the form below.

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Contact us

0114 2262548 (general team number)
07812678970 (for mental health emergencies only)
07791421366 (for Dementia emergencies only)


7 Edmund Road
S2 4EA
United Kingdom

Operating hours

The Older Adults Home Treatment Team are available 8am to 8pm seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Service CQC rating

Overall Trust CQC rating