Guild Care's mission is to deliver innovative and life-changing care services which help older people,younger people with special needs, those with a dementia or a learning difficulty, and their carers, to share and enjoy a richer family and community life.
The Ashdown Centre provides short breaks from caring, for families of children and young people with special needs.
Short respite breaks in a safe, stimulating and fun environment for children aged 5-12 with special needs and disabilities.
Young adults aged 18-30 with learning difficulties meet friends, enjoy activities and have fun for a few hours.
Ashdown siblings offers sessions in the school holidays to siblings of our disabled children aged 5 or over.
Short breaks, one evening per week, for young people (12-18) with special needs in a safe, fun environment
Short respite outings for children with special needs and their siblings
Our fully trained Community Care Assistants can support you at home caring for a relative with dementia.
Dementia Day Breaks is an exciting new service for people over 50 with a memory/cognitive impairment.
Help at home for independent people who need a hand with housework, shopping, preparing snacks and other tasks.
GOLD provides a safe, peaceful yet stimulating environment for older people with a learning disability.
A lively and friendly centre which offers a wide range of activities in the centre of Worthing.
Help at Home is a 2 hour weekly service open to people over 65 who are on a limited income. The service is subsidised by West Sussex County Council.
Our highly professional Home Care teams can support you to remain independent in your own home.
Will you be going into hospital soon? Are you worried about coping when you return home? Our Home from Hospital service can help you manage.
Supporting many older people in the community, reducing isolation, encouraging healthier lifestyles and offering advice and support.
Our fully trained community carers can help you, or a relative, to remain independent in your own home.
Small, friendly, sheltered housing scheme close to the centre of Worthing and the seafront.
Time Out and About outings offer carers and the person they care for the opportunity to spend quality time together with others.
Our Time Out for Carers sessions for people with dementia run on Mondays and Fridays at the Lovett Centre.
Time Out Together gives carers and cared for, the opportunity to enjoy a social evening in a relaxed environment.