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Take time out for you - respite and short breaks for carers in Worthing

At Guild Care we offer a wide range of dementia support services in Worthing that give you the carer much needed time to recharge your batteries in the knowledge that your loved one is being looked after in a safe, stimulating and secure environment by passionate and trained staff.

Our range of ‘Time out’ services in Worthing offer you a break from caring by providing outings and activities for the person you care for and opportunities for socialising together.

Who is it for?

  • Anyone who supports someone living with dementia or who is frail or elderly

A Bradbury Wellbeing Centre user sat in an armchair holding up a tambourine to the camera with two hands   

We have a range of short breaks options:

  • Day centre based activities 
  • Outings in the local area
  • Help at home
  • Social events together 

NB: A door-to-door transport service is also available 

Benefits to your loved one attending a respite break:

  • Socialising with a new group
  • Make new friends
  • Take part in activities
  • Change of scene and routine
  • Time to relax and unwind

Our range of ‘Time Out’ services are based out in the community and at various centres in Worthing

  • Time Out in Worthing – Monday and Wednesday
  • Time Out for Carers – Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturdays
  • Time Out Together – Monday afternoons, first Thursday of the month, and second Sunday of the month
  • The Butterfly Club – Tuesday and Wednesday (for people with dementia who have greater needs)
  • Saturday drop-in – Last Saturday of every month – (9am to 3pm)
  • Sunday lunches – Second Sunday of each month – (11am to 2pm)
  • Afternoon Tea – Alternate Mondays (1pm to 4pm)
  • Evening social – Monthly (7pm to 9pm) 

As I’m living with dementia being able to come to Guild Care’s Bradbury Wellbeing Centre gives my wife time to go shopping or meet friends socially. She knows I am safely being picked up and dropped home again by their transport team, so she doesn’t need to worry. This service is very valuable to us.” Trevor, Worthing

Haviland House family member sitting in a chair with a care assistant standing next to him

The best thing about Guild Care respite services is that I know dad is happy and being stimulated – I am very much a believer that if you keep your mind stimulated it helps stop the decline. Patti, Worthing

 Sieg Trotman has dementia and attends the Time out Together social evening with his daughter Patti each month

Where to find us:

Bradbury Wellbeing Centre, Robin Road, Goring by Sea,  BN12 6FE

Guild Care Centre. Methold House. North Road, Worthing, BN11 1DU

Find out more:

To find more about which Guild Care services would suit you, availability and prices please contact the Customer Service Team on 01903 327 327 or use our online form.

Carers Support West Sussex - download their information leaflet here.

For more information on dementia please click here.