Guild Care is delighted to announce that following a recent CQC (Care Quality Commission) inspection Haviland House has achieved a ‘Good’ rating.
West Sussex’s only purpose built care home devoted to people with dementia achieved ‘Good’ CQC rating following recent inspection. The care home in Goring, West Sussex opened in 2015 and has adopted the person-centred ‘Butterfly Approach’ to help support its residents.
Manager of Haviland House, Chris Walton-Turner, said “This is a home for life. We are supporting people throughout their dementia journey. We are all in this together and we want to ensure that Haviland House provides a friendly and homely environment that makes more sense to the people who live here. The butterfly approach is a new way of supporting people living with dementia which we believe makes a real difference not just to their physical health but also to their emotional well-being.”
The sister of one resident said: “It’s an excellent home. My sister gets wonderful care. The carers are excellent and it’s a loving and safe environment.”
The CQC inspection report is now available on the website http://www.guildcare.org/haviland-house-dementia-home