How we help Older people Help at home Domestic help at home We are listening to advice from the Government and Public Health England and are basing our response to the Coronavirus on the best interests of everyone that is in contact with one of our services. This service currently remains running as normal. More information can be found here. Guild Care's Home Care service - which is rated 'Good' by the Care Quality Commission - was established in 1994 to promote independence by helping people with many aspects of daily living. Our service enables older people and vulnerable adults in Worthing and surrounding areas to lead better quality lives whilst remaining safe and comfortable in their own homes. Our Domestic Home Care team provides help for independent people who want to live in the community but need a helping hand with housework, shopping and those little jobs which are difficult if you are not feeling well, or are frail and struggling with mobility. Our Domestic Home Care team will make your life easier by doing a range of tasks including:- Housework Laundry tasks Hoovering and cleaning Changing bed covers Shopping for you or assisted/escorted shopping Picking up a prescription "My carer has been looking after my father in a domestic capacity and we couldn’t be more delighted with her. Nothing is too much trouble and she always wears a smile. The role she plays in my father’s life should not be under-estimated." Domestic help at home user Help at Home service Help at Home is a subsidised service which can help you with shopping, cleaning, washing and ironing, making your bed, cleaning cupboards and windows as well as other chores. The service enables older people and vulnerable adults with limited financial means to lead better quality lives, aiding independence whilst remaining safe and comfortable in your own home. Who can use this service? Over 50 or vulnerable and living alone in West Sussex This service is available to people on limited income which is generally at, or below, £205 (couples £307) who are not in receipt of care funded by West Sussex County Council Persons meeting the above criteria must also have savings/capital of less than £23,250 (this applies to single persons and those living as a couple) Normally, you can receive up to a maximum of two hours of domestic help per week which can be taken in units of one hour on different days The costs are £8.50 per hour, £12 for an hour and a half and £16 for two hours. Help at Home leaflet For more details on this service please download the leaflet here. For more information To find out about availability and prices please contact our Customer Services Team on 01903 327327 or use our online form.