Worthing-based charity, Guild Care, is set to host two complimentary, no obligation care planning and financial assessment events for anyone who may be considering care for their loved ones, now or in the future.
Since it was established in 1933, Guild Care has become the local expert in providing care through its three purpose-built, Worthing-based care homes – Caer Gwent, Linfield House and Haviland House – as well as its diverse range of more than 30 community services.
The free care planning events will take place on Thursday, 16th September at Haviland House, Guild Care’s dedicated dementia nursing home, and Thursday, 23rd September at Caer Gwent, its luxury living nursing home.
During the events, Guild Care will be working in partnership with Tom Scott, Independent Financial Adviser and Director at Worthing’s Care Advice Service to discuss:
● the different financial options available to help fund your care
● how to best plan for you and your family’s future
● what support might be available to you and your loved one
● Guild Care’s extensive and high-quality services
Alex Brooks-Johnson, CEO of Guild Care, said: “Our complimentary care planning and financial assessment events are the perfect opportunity for anyone who may be thinking about care for themselves or a loved one to learn more about the services we have on offer and the best options available to them, with no obligation.
“We appreciate that for many these are still anxious times and making the decision to move yourself or a loved one into a care home can be very difficult. However we are here to reassure people that providing high-quality care in purpose-built surroundings is still our number one priority.
“We’re inviting people to see our homes so they can experience our specialist facilities first hand, our home-from-home ethos and how we support our residents to love every day.”
Appointments are available from 9am to 5pm. For more information or to book, call Guild Care on 01903 327327 or email email@example.com.