Longfield Manor, a specialist care home promoting quality, happiness, health and wellbeing

Longfield Manor, a specialist care home promoting quality, happiness, health and wellbeing.

A specialist care home promoting quality, happiness, health and wellbeing.

Longfield Manor, set in the beautiful village of Billingshurst, West Sussex, provides nursing care for older people including specialist support for those with dementia.

I continue to have nothing but praise for all that the staff at Longfield Manor and what they do for my mum and for all the other residents.

The home offers a safe, caring, home from home environment where people can take comfort in knowing that their everyday happiness is at the centre of everything we do.

The staff team care for my mum in a way that I can’t and that means everything to me.

The quality of care provided means the people living at Longfield Manor can focus on enjoying a fulfilling lifestyle that involves a variety of social activities to ensure quality of life isn’t compromised.

A personal message from the home manager:
“We respectfully enhance the quality of life of our residents through communication, experienced staff teams and family integration. This is what makes Longfield Manor different and a very special place to live and I’m proud to be part of the ongoing work we do here.”

If you are looking for a care home, or would like further information please feel free to call us on 01403 786832 or email: referrals@sussexhealthcare.co.uk

Jennie, Daughter of resident at Longfield Manor, Billingshurst.

“My mum has Alzheimer’s and has been a resident at Longfield Manor since December 2011.

When I could no longer care for her it was a very tough decision and difficult time for the both of us; I knew all her likes and dislikes and wanted her to be cared for in exactly the way that I had done; However, I was fortunate enough to be able to place her in the care of Longfield Manor.

The staff deal with my mum in a patient and caring way, they know her very well now and what needs to be done gets done, with time, dignity and patience. When I visit, I’m always greeted in a friendly way by all members of staff.

I can clearly see the many improvements that have been made in staffing, equipment, furnishings, activities and the gardens and I’m sure that there are many more improvements going on behind the scenes too. The staff team care for my mum in a way that I can’t and that means everything to me. This sentiment not only extends to the carers and nurses but to every single member of the support team too. I am very grateful to you all and you will always have my support.”

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