Top tips when visiting a relative at our Nursing Home West Sussex
When making the transition from living in their own home to living in a nursing home, your partner, friend or relative will want to know that they will have regular visitors to make the process as enjoyable as possible. A visit from family members, including children can really help to brighten up someone’s day and… Read more »
Home care or care home? Making a decision on care homes in West Sussex
When choosing care for a relative or friend, it’s important firstly to decide if you are looking for home care, where a carer comes into your relative’s home at set times to care for them, or residential care in one of the nursing or care homes in West Sussex. Below we have outlined some considerations… Read more »
Here is Dan the physio man…
Dan comes in once a week to give residents some expert exercise. He is a popular addition to our team and is well liked by the residents. We also have another therapist Sharon Stevens who comes in on Mondays and helps any resident who needs help with their mobility.
It’s going to be a right Royal Wedding
Housekeeper Ros has put up the bunting – Debbie has got bubbly and goodies so we can all hunker down on Saturday and enjoy the festivities. The weather promises to be good down here in West Sussex at least so what more can we wish for – except that the bridal couple have a brilliant wedding!
Yummy, yummy yummy
Yes, a real treat for our tummies today as Chef Chris has baked not one but two cakes – banana cake and ginger cake beautifully moist and totally delicious! That and lovely sunshine across the garden and neighbouring fields…couldn’t be better.
Size does matter
Certainly when it comes to sunflowers! Our residents have planted some sunflower seeds – let’s see if the mild Sussex sea air and sunshine break any sunflower records…
Our new Activities Board
A quick aide memoire to supplement the noticeboard is this handy table top blackboard – now everyone can see exactly what to expect every day…
Oh we do love to be beside the seaside!
One advantage of being in a nursing home in West Sussex is that our residents are only a short distance from a seaside promenade and a group of residents and carers took advantage of the good weather to make a trip down to the beach. A great time was had by all with tea and… Read more »
The top activities at our Nursing Home in West Sussex
We think it’s important that any resident that lives in our Nursing Home in West Sussex enjoys an active, healthy and enjoyable lifestyle. We work hard to ensure that our residents have plenty of activities every week from informative talks to quizzes and crosswords and games, as well as outings to local venues in between… Read more »
Raindrops on daffodils….fresh cakes at tea time!
Food is definitely one of our residents’ favourite things and not surprisingly as this Worthing Care Home has an excellent chef, Chris, who uses only the freshest ingredients from local suppliers in Worthing. The kitchen team knows what each resident likes and takes pleasure in making sure each plate is prepared according to their taste.… Read more »