Trusted to care in Copthorne, West Sussex
Francis Court care home in Copthorne, West Sussex is all about personalised care and enjoying fulfilling experiences in lovely surroundings.
The skilled and dedicated team at our friendly care home in Copthorne, delivers a wide range of care services for up to 87 older people. As well as providing short term respite care, we deliver permanent residential care, nursing care and specialist dementia care for older people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of cognitive ability loss. We also offer professional, compassionate end of life care, allowing you to focus on what’s important during this emotional time.
All around Francis Court are lounges and spaces for relaxing, taking part in activities or catching up with friends. Living at our care home in West Sussex, your loved one chooses how to spend their day - helping around the home, tending to our beautiful gardens or joining in the different activities.
If you care for an older loved one at home and need some time away this winter – we are here to help. Right now, we are offering a three-week respite stay for the price of two.
We put each resident and their family at the heart of their care. From the first time we meet you and your loved one, we start getting to know you. We take pride in understanding everything we can about your loved one’s needs, life experiences, likes and dislikes so that we can ensure that their care, experiences, and even the food they eat, meets their needs, tastes and preferences.
At Francis Court we provide a variety of care services, ranging from short term respite care to permanent. All our care is person-centred, meaning that your loved one is at the centre of all aspects of their care.Read more
Every day our colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
The dedicated and experienced team at Francis Court will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
I wanted to join Care UK because I’ve always been aware of its great reputation as a progressive organisation that puts residents and colleagues first.
I’m looking forward to ensuring that Francis Court residents get the best possible care and enjoy fulfilling lives in our Copthorne care home.Anna AllenHome Manager
There's never a dull moment at Care UK! Why not find out what's going on at Francis Court care home.Read more
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