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How Worthing charity Guild Care supports families and their loved ones living with dementia

Guild Care volunteer Anne Robson and resident Janet Geaves. Picture: Guild Care / Submitted

Guild Care volunteer Anne Robson and resident Janet Geaves. Picture: Guild Care / Submitted

Caring for someone with dementia comes with exceptional challenges. As symptoms progress, a person’s behaviour may change and they will often require more support. If you’re a full-time caregiver it can be hard to find time for yourself.

You don’t have to experience this alone, though. There are many services providing guidance and support. As Worthing’s leading social care charity, we assist people living with dementia through our care homes and day care services – where we adapt to deliver the right level of care as needs change, offering stability, peace of mind and a forever home for all.

Dedicated dementia care at Haviland House

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Haviland House offers dedicated dementia care in Worthing. Picture: Guild Care / Submitted

Our care homes benefit from market leading staffing levels. Our teams have more time to care, so everyone experiences quality one-to-one time. This person-centred approach is always delivered with compassion, skill and expertise.

Haviland House is our purpose-built dementia care home with five unique ‘households’ – each of which is designed to support residents living with different stages of dementia. We also offer a variety of day care services within the home, providing a safe and supportive environment where families and loved ones can join together for dementia-friendly activities and social events.

These include Sunday lunches, afternoon teas and a variety of evening entertainment – giving caregivers an opportunity to recharge their batteries while ensuring their loved ones remain safe. The wife of one of our day care service users told us: “I think it’s amazing and life saving for carers. It enables me to be

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