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Dementia care home

Guild Care's new dementia care home and wellbeing centre at Goring-by-Sea opened to residents on 15 January 2015. The home has been called Haviland House after one of our founders, the Rev. Haviland. The community facilities will be known as the Bradbury Wellbeing Centre after a major contributor, the Bradbury Foundation. 

Haviland House and the Bradbury Wellbeing Centre support people living with dementia in the community, including their carers and families. From initial outreach support, through to residential care, Guild Care’s flexible dementia services evolve and adapt to each individual’s needs as they change over time. 

There are a range of daily activities and information services provided within the Bradbury Wellbeing Centre, including support through short break respite care. The facilities are a community resource available to, and working in partnership with, local health and voluntary organisations. The day service presents a dedicated care centre with dining, activity and therapy space, all designed to help people live well within the community.

The staffing teams within Haviland House and the Bradbury Wellbeing Centre have the values needed to ensure we can provide excellent care. All staff receive specialist training to support them in their roles and enable them to deliver the very best person-centred care.

For further information please call 01903 327327 or email.
Haviland House, Robin Road, Goring-by-Sea, West Sussex BN12 6FE

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Within Haviland House there are five suites, each with 12 bedrooms, a living room, quiet room and separate dining facilities.

Staffing levels are specially tailored to meet the needs of the individuals living within each suite at the time.

In the future, we hope to offer respite care provision for longer stays, allowing people who are not ready to move into residential care permanently to spend time away from home, with full care and nursing support on hand. At the moment and, because of the complex needs of some of our residents this may not be possible.

The home is able to meet a resident’s clinical and psychological needs for the whole of their dementia journey, and we will achieve this by working in partnership with health professionals, social services and local GPs.
Our new dementia wellbeing centre supports people to continue living in their own homes for as long as possible, where we know they are happiest.

It provides a one-stop-shop for people to access everything from day time respite, short term residential respite care (subject to confirmation, from summer 2015), supported outings, advice, home care, assisted bathing and wellbeing therapies, through to a space where other professionals can offer support such as GPs and social services.

  • Day time respite

  • Short-term overnight respite

  • Carer support, information and advice

  • Health checks for people with dementia and their carers

  • Community outreach

  • Dementia home care service

  • Therapies such as chiropody, massage and bathing

  • Accessible community transport