FAQ

How is the Care Wing regulated?

The Care Wing is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and our latest inspection report can be downloaded here. We are also a registered Charity and a member of the Almshouse Association.

Are you registered for dementia care?

Unfortunately we are not registered to provide dementia care.

Is there an admission age?

We accept residents for nursing and palliative care from the age of 60.

Do you offer respite care?

Unfortunately we are not normally able to offer respite placements.

Can residents make personal choices?

We encourage and support residents to make their own decisions about their daily life, for example residents can choose what time they rise and go to bed, what they would like to wear and what they want to eat.

How much does nursing care cost?

Our rooms range in price from £930 to £1,150 per week which includes everything except optional extras such as hairdressing, chiropody, taxis and newspapers. This will be invoiced on a monthly basis in advance and a contribution may be made towards this sum by Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford CCG in respect of Free Nursing Care. Money FAQ link.

Is the Care Wing accessible?

Yes. The rooms are provided over two levels and we have lifts available.

Does the home allow pets?

Unfortunately pets are not permitted to be kept in the Care Wing.

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