Worthing’s leading social care charity, supporting people to live well, enjoy life, and love every day.

Haviland House, a dedicated dementia care home in Worthing

Haviland House offers dedicated residential and nursing care in a purpose-built environment for people living with dementia.



Location: Haviland House,Robin Road, Goring-by-Sea

Home Care Support Service in Worthing

Our home care service helps people in Worthing and its surrounding areas to lead better quality lives whilst remaining safe & comfortable in their own homes.


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Join our team

We have a wide range of exciting roles within our care homes, home care and other community services. Join the Guild Care team now! 

Christmas Gift Appeal

Dedicate a Guild Care bauble to someone special this Christmas.
At Guild Care, we believe nobody should feel isolated. This festive season, we want to give everyone who uses our community services a Christmas gift, but we need your help. Please make a monetary donation to our Christmas gift appeal to bring joy this Christmas.

Latest events

  • Planning and funding care event

    We're pleased to announce that following the success of our recent 'Planning and Funding Care' event, we have invited Tom Scott from the Care Advice Service to lead another enlightening session. Read more

  • Christmas Gift Appeal

    Dedicate a Guild Care bauble to someone special this Christmas. Read more

  • London Landmarks Half Marathon

    Support Guild Care by running the London Landmarks Half Marathon Read more

  • South Coast At Night

    Push yourself to the limit on this unique night time trek through the South Downs National Park. Complete a marathon distance, reaching Beachy Head and Eastbourne as the sun begins to rise. Read more

Latest news

  • What makes life special at Guild Care’s Caer Gwent?

    Nestled in a serene and quiet area of Worthing, our Caer Gwent care home offers residential, 24/7 nursing and palliative care, all delivered by a group of highly trained carers and clinical teams. Read more

  • % of over 65s living in care homes higher in Worthing than anywhere else in England and Wales

    New research has revealed the percentage of over-65s living in care homes is higher in Worthing than anywhere else in England and Wales. For this study, Guild Care analysed data from the Office of National Statistics ‘Older people living in care homes and changes over time’ report. Read more

  • Social gatherings for people living with dementia and their loved ones

    When someone is diagnosed with dementia, it’s easy for them to lose touch with the outside world. The individual may struggle to do the ‘normal’ things that they once enjoyed, such as seeing friends or going out for a meal. This also affects the relatives of those living with dementia, as they worry about their loved one becoming isolated from life outside of their home. Read more

  • A Day in the Life of a Registered Nurse at Guild Care’s Caer Gwent

    Choosing a care home that is right for your loved one is never an easy decision. For many families, it’s hard to know what to expect from a care home, and the experience can feel daunting. One of the key things you want to know is that the person you love will receive the best possible physical and emotional support. Read more