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Elderly Care Chichester


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Our professional elderly care service is designed to help you retain your independence and bring you greater contentment in your own home, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that the people under …

Our professional elderly care service is designed to help you retain your independence and bring you greater contentment in your own home, and we will work tirelessly to ensure that the people under our care live their lives to the full.

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  • 1. Website:- Email:
  • 2. About Guardian Angel CarersAbout Guardian Angel CarersGuardian Angel Carers was founded by ex-Olympic sailor ChristinaBassadone. On hanging up her sails, she returned home to West Sussex todiscover that an elderly family friend was receiving home care.Seeing the limited care services on offer to her friend, she decided to set up acare agency that provided compassionate care and helped clients retain theirindependence, dignity and individuality. So, Guardian Angel Carers was born.Website:- Email:
  • 3. Our Care ServicesOur Care ServicesEnd Of Life CareDementia and Alzheimer’s CareNight CareRespite CareLive-In CarePersonal CareWebsite:- Email:
  • 4. End Of Life CareEnd Of Life CareEnd of life care (also known as palliative care) is the care of people with anillness where recovery is not expected. We understand how very, very difficultand emotional these situations are for the patient, their families and their lovedones.Website:- Email:
  • 5. Dementia and Alzheimer’s CareDementia and Alzheimer’s CareCaring for a loved one with dementia or alzheimer’s care can seemoverwhelming at times, and it can be a difficult and scary journey, for everyoneinvolved. Each day can bring new challenges and experiences as the caregivertries to cope with the changing levels of ability and new patterns of behaviour.Website:- Email:
  • 6. Night CareNight CareOur night care service is normally a 12 hour service but can be extended orshortened depending on your personal requirements. We can arrange visitsfrom as little as once a day to seven days a week, and can visit from every weekto once every month.Website:- Email:
  • 7. Respite CareRespite CareWe can also offer a more regular respite care service varying from anything fromonce a week, fortnight or even once a month, to give your carer a regular break, bethat simply an hour or two to relax in the bath and read a book, to a shopping trip ora day out on their own.Website:- Email:
  • 8. Live-In CareLive-In CareIWe can provide you with live in care for either a short period of time, while youare recovering for example from an operation, short term illness, or hospital stay,as well as being able to provide a longer term live in carer to cover long termillness or a longer term change in personal circumstances.Website:- Email:
  • 9. Personal CarePersonal CareGuardian Angel Carers offer a wide range of both practical tasks and personalcare that can be tailored to suit your individual requirements.Website:- Email:
  • 10. Older Person CareOlder Person CareGrowing old is natural with all individuals. If an elderly has close family membersaround, they would probably live with the younger generation in the same homeuntil they pass away. However, these older persons can be neglected in theirphysical, emotional and mental needs as others live their own lives in a hurriedpace and in self per-occupationWebsite:- Email:
  • 11. Professional Domiciliary CareProfessional Domiciliary CareThere are many reasons to call on professional domiciliary care for modernfamilies today. Working parents and schooling children do not have the time orcapability in caring for a family member who requires skilled medical monitoring.It could be a family member recuperating from an operation or recent illness.A family member may have just been discharged from the hospital; the newmother with her newborn may want domiciliary care to assist her adjustment tothe new addition in the family.Website:- Email:
  • 12. Website:- Email: UsContact UsGuardian Angel Carers LtdThe BeesChichester MarinaChichesterWest SussexPO20 7EJTel: 01243 216416Email: