Dove House, in the village of Rake, offers spacious single‐room accommodation for nine service users.
With four spacious high‐ceiling first‐floor bedrooms enjoying en‐suite bathrooms and panoramic views, and five ground floor bedrooms, Dove House is suitable for both ambulant and non‐ambulant individuals.
We recognise that it can be difficult to find suitable accommodation for people experiencing the complexities of early on‐set dementia in addition to their learning disability diagnosis. We therefore provide four single ground‐floor bedrooms where the emphasis of care is to promote self‐esteem and encourage independence with daily living skills – all within a structured, yet homely environment.
Located within the South Downs National Park, the garden has raised flowerbeds and splendid views of the local countryside. An on‐site activity/art room and Snoezelen multi‐sensory room provide opportunities for creativity and relaxation. Whilst a convenience store, garden centre, café and pubs
are within five minutes strolling distance, the home also provides adapted transport to enable service users to access their wider community.
The provision of up‐to‐date training and high staffing ratios from our experienced 24‐hour waking staff team, ensures individualised care packages, tailored to enable each person to live their chosen lifestyle, are available to all.
“very good staff mix… you continually try to make life better for my relative”
Although Headley Mill still grinds corn using the power of the river on a site where a watermill has stood since Saxon times; it is perhaps more well‐known for the numerous 70’s pop groups who used the recording studios at Headley Grange (notably, Genesis, Fleetwood Mac and Led Zeppelin’s famed Stairway to Heaven).