Darlington Court Care Home in Littlehampton, West Sussex

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Darlington Court is a welcoming care home, just three miles from the seaside town of Littlehampton in West Sussex.

Our friendly, experienced team provides residential, nursing and respite care for older people, including individuals with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia. We also offer supportive and sensitive end of life care.

We get to know each resident on a one-to-one basis, so that we can make their care programme as individual as they are. We offer residents a choice in everything that we do and we build strong relationships with each person, their family and their friends.

Every few months we hold a relaxed meeting with residents and their relatives, to discuss how we can make improvements to day-to-day life at Darlington Court. It's a great opportunity for everyone to share their ideas and make suggestions about things like our menu.

We have our own gym which has been specifically designed to help older people who've had a stay in hospital to prepare to return to their own home. Residents of Darlington Court can use the gym for physiotherapy and occupational therapy whenever they need to.

Our services 
Nursing care
Nursing dementia care
Residential care
Respite care
Support for people with physical disabilities

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June 12th 2014

A national charity based in York, which helps seriously ill and disabled children through the use of therapeutic music, has received a special commendation and donation from Care UK, the UK’s leading health and social care provider.

June 12th 2014

As the 2014 World Cup gets underway, a bumper summer of top sporting events may be the key to unlocking memories and improving communication with people living with dementia, according to experts at leading social care provider Care UK.

May 19th 2014

A new guide with first-hand advice from care workers, family members and dementia specialists in the south east, has been created to help people know how to communicate with a loved one who is living with the condition.

July 25th 2014

The news this week that fewer young people are starting smoking has got to be welcomed. According to research from the Health and Social Care Information Centre between 2003 and 2013, regular smoking fell from 9% to 3% among 11 to 15 year-olds.

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