Founded in 1985, Sussex Health Care Limited offers specialist care for adults with physical and learning disabilities. Their services include palliative, respite, dementia care, recreational, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and educational services. Based in Warnham, United Kingdom they have 20 care homes in Warnham, Nutley, Sharpthorne, East Grinstead, Billinghurst, Purley, Horsham, and Henfield. Their care is person-centered with the individual coming at the front when carrying out all activities.
They have specialized facilities, equipment, and highly skilled staff who cater for the myriad of disability needs that are purposely built using current aids and adaptations. Sussex Health Care uses therapeutic interventions and operates 24-hours.
They have day care and respite care services in addition to hydrotherapy that is used for specified purposes or leisure. They have a multidisciplinary team made up of friends, family, young interns and apprentices, who are given a chance to get into their programs using collaborative efforts with local schools and colleges. As part of the individual care plan, Sussex Health Care provides social and leisure activities that involve the individual.
Their neurological care is aimed at providing care and support even for those with brain injury in excellent facilities and care. Their care for older people is second to none. Concerning safety, comfort, in a supportive and stimulating environment, Sussex Health Care has the best way of maximizing physical, emotional, social capacity and intellectual abilities of older people. Dementia care at Sussex Health Care offers patients with a supportive and calm peace of mind using staff who are trained in the field.
On 21st December 2017, Sussex Health Care appointed Amanda Morgan-Taylor as their new Chief Executive Officer. She formally joined the firm in January 2018 but spend the time in between to familiarize herself with the all the services and homes as well as all areas and aspects of Sussex Health Care operations. Even before she began her work, Amanda appointed a new Director of Quality Compliance and Service Improvement signifying her intent and commitment to the team.
Sussex Health Care opened new purpose-built units with new technologies in the village of Broadbridge Heath in West Sussex. The units will offer residential, outreach and respite placements for individuals with neurological conditions and acquired brain damage. Additionally, the center is developing new services for autistic people, as well as for people individuals leaving school and colleges with physical disabilities and profound learning. The group gained accreditation from the Health Quality Service (HQS) in 2002, and a year later they obtained the Investors in People standard. The group also obtained the International standard ISO 9000:2000, in June 2005, for its quality management systems.
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