We’re different

Sussex House prides itself on being different. We have the reputation of being the home that can support and care for a diverse group of people with varying abilities and care requirements because we recognise and respect their unique and individual personalities.

The recovery approach is an important aspect of the acute care pathway, and implementing this approach is part of the ethos of our work.

We work with the people who access our services to identify their ‘life goals’ and our work is driven by outcomes that allow them to achieve these milestones in their lives.

We will continue to be different. We have over 25 years of experience in supporting a diverse group of people with a wide range of expectations. In order to achieve this, we continually strive to improve our services to prevent dependency, increase choice and autonomy, and promote quality of life and well- being by respecting the individual and maintaining their dignity and choice. We do this through an integrated care pathway in partnership with commissioners, and other support services.

Latest news:

‘Helping people regain or improve functional skills in order to live independently, to provide self-care, and to participate socially with others’.

We are now in the process of developing the Intermediate/Skills Development side of our business and will be able to offer support for people having:

  • Difficulty coping with daily living activities due to permanent or temporary illness and/or disability
  • A terminal illness
  • Suffered a trauma from an accident or stroke
  • The risk of being admitted to hospital
  • A wait for surgery e.g. hip replacement

Our Values

We put people first.

We believe that people with mental health difficulties, as everyone else in society, should have the opportunity and an environment conductive to their personal growth, independence, and fulfillment.

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