A home from home, in a residential based setting, for people living with Dementia.
As well as providing long term support we also offer respite care when we have availability. We are not always able to offer emergency support but when possible this can be considered.
There are 19 bedrooms over 4 floors and there is a lift which visits all floors. Residents are encouraged to bring small personal items with them to add that familiar touch to their surroundings.
There are two lounges, a large one at the front of the house and a smaller one at the rear that looks on to and provides access to the patio and our beautiful garden..
The garden and patio area at the front of the house has raised flower beds and comfortable seating areas where many of our residents like to sit out and chat with our neighbours and people walking by.
There is a bright dining room, a specially designed wet room, and a separate bathroom with assisted seating for those less able to hop in or out of the bath.
- 24-hour care
- Full central heating
- Emergency nurse call points
- Personal laundry
- Assisted baths/shower rooms and dressing
- Monitored medication and dispensing
- Individual shopping undertaken
- Choice of menu/special diets catered for
- Extra drinks and snacks 24 hrs a day
- Attractive front and rear gardens
- Daily activities and occasional outings
- Daily newspaper (optional extra)
- 44 St Aubyns, Hove, Brighton, BN3 2TE (directions displayed on map)
- Macleod Pinsent Care
- Service Type:
- Residential Homes and Nursing Homes
- Accreditation Scheme Membership:
- Care Quality Commission (CQC)
- Your Age Group:
- Adults 65+
- For People With:
- Dementia or Alzheimer's
Care Quality Commission
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body established to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.
Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists, and care services delivered in your home are meeting national standards.
This page was last updated on 04 January 2019
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