Our core values
To us, C.A.R.E stands for:
C – Chanctonbury, Compassion, Comfort and Commitment
A – Acclaimed, Above (and Beyond), Achievable and Able
R – Residents, Recommended, Respected and Restorative
E – Employees, Excellence, Enriching and Empathy
“We are truly committed to our core values, so come and find out how we C.A.R.E”
Our mission statement
“Committed to keeping care at the very core of everything we do, ensuring true quality of life for our residents in this, their home, and enabling our care colleagues to deliver that quality”.
The community also matters
We are also committed to being part of our community and pledge to help not only our residents, but the people in our local community as well as the wider world.
We are members of the Wealden Dementia Action Alliance which works to raise awareness of dementia in Wealden.
We are also excited to be able to promote the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service with their commitment in providing information about how they support people living with dementia. Assistant Chief Fire Officer Mark Andrews said: “Dementia is a known factor in many of the incidents we attend. That’s why we are really pleased to be working with local organisations and care providers to launch this new safety leaflet.’’
Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards Scams Team initiative, which aims to protect and prevent you from becoming victims of scams by empowering you to take a stand against scams. Over half of over 65 year-olds have been targeted by scams, costing the UK economy up to £10 billion each year.
Chanctonbury Healthcare understands the turmoil that can be caused by falling victim to scams, so a number of our team have been trained to be a Friend Against Scams and our Development Manager, Rebecca Hignett, is a Scam Champion. She is able to deliver talks to our community to educate, answer questions and offer support about scams. If you are interested in learning more about scams, go to Friends Against Scams.