Live-in Care and Domiciliary Care in West Sussex

Ascot Care provide Live-in Care and Domiciliary Care in Horsham and the surrounding areas in West Sussex.

Our Ethos is…

Well being of clients

Our aim is to make a difference to our clients’ lives and help them transform both physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Our ethos extends to our care workers.

Wellbeing of Care Workers

We encourage our care workers and build them up, value and work in unity with each other in order to make a difference to peoples’ lives.

All team members should feel accepted and supported. Valuing each member of the team equally leads to unity, and it is with unity and team work that we can achieve our goals. Unity is strength.

Who are we?

We have been established since 2008 and provide Live-in Care and Domiciliary Care in Horsham and surrounding areas of West Sussex.  Our team work tirelessly to ensure that each client’s individuality, privacy and dignity are respected at all times. This in turn allows our clients to maintain a happy, independent and fulfilled life in the comfort and safety of their own home.

Services we provide

Live-in Care in West Sussex

Live-in Care provides flexibility to our clients in the comfort of their own home. Usually a client needs a care worker around the house at various times of day or night to assist or carry out certain tasks that they cannot necessarily do on their own. Our care workers receive the highest quality care in the West Sussex area and this enables them to live a fulfilled life with their care worker. The many benefits of choosing Live-in Care are:

 

  • Stay living in your own home.
  • Receive the care and support you require to maintain your independence and wellbeing.
  • Quality companionship (available for community interactions and outings).
  • Continuity of care.
  • Choice of your lifestyle.
  • Flexibility of meal times and menus.
  • Security and safety.

With a variety of services to choose from, each client has an individual Care Plan tailored to their specific needs and a Risk Assessment carried out prior to care and support commencing. Clients (and their families or guardians, when appropriate) are encouraged to be actively involved in developing their initial Care Plan and any subsequent adjustments to be made, if client needs change.

Domiciliary Care in Horsham and surrounding areas

Ascot Care provides a range of personal care and support services to many clients in the West Sussex area in their own homes. In addition, Ascot Care is registered with several governing bodies such as the CQC and UKHCA, to ensure our quality of domiciliary care is of the highest standard.

We provide:

  • Personal care – support with bathing, getting up, going to bed, dressing and undressing, mobility, eating meals, continence.
  • Household assistance with general household cleaning.
  • Accompanied visits – shopping trips, days out and holidays.
  • Escorting – to hospital or other appointments such as GP, dentist, chiropodist, local clubs and church groups.
  • Overnight care.
  • Support after hospital discharge.
  • Respite care – if you are a full-time carer for someone we can look after your loved one for you, allowing you some well deserved rest.

A caring team

The highly trained carers work closely with the experienced management team to deliver the best possible service to our clients. All members of staff are genuinely dedicated to the well-being of our clients and treat them with kindness, empathy, compassion, understanding and respect.

You can have peace of mind, knowing that all staff are Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service checked (DBS).

Regulation

We are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure that we meet national care standards for quality and safety. To learn more about the CQC please visit CQC Regulation.

We met all standards set by the CQC in the last inspection. To see the results please click here.

If you would like to know more about Live-In care and Domiciliary Care in Horsham and surrounding areas please contact us.

As seen in the West Sussex Care Guide 2017/18