About greensleeves

Greensleeves Care Home is a family run home for ladies with vascular dementia, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Our reputation over the last 17 years has been built on the wonderful individual care we provide for our female residents, with dignity, respect and kindness at the heart of all that we do. Located in a large Victorian house within award-winning landscaped gardens, we always encourage the feeling of home from home. If you are looking for high-quality residential dementia care in and around Crawley for your loved one, please come and visit and see Greensleeves Care Home for yourselves.

Our Values

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Our staff are selected not only based on their professional ability, but their personalities and how they will care for our ladies. Families feel reassured their loved ones are being cared for by our team who are genuine, caring and kind. We encourage our residents to interact with each other and for our staff to get involved, ensuring an inclusive and happy atmosphere.

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The aspects of dementia are difficult for everyone involved, and it is our belief that our residents should feel valued, cared for and respected. Our staff are highly trained to provide care with kindness, giving you peace of mind that your loved one will be looked after in a warm and caring environment.

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Each of our residents is treated as an individual with an emphasis being placed on their needs at any time and a continuity of care; whether it be the level of care required, their interests and hobbies, our staff get to know each and every lady staying with us.

FUNDING YOUR RESIDENTIAL DEMENTIA CARE

Funding residential dementia care is a sensitive subject but one that needs broaching before it is needed. By knowing a few facts and where to go for advice means you are heading in the right direction to being prepared.

Care is means tested and in turn you may have to pay for your own dementia care, whether this is through savings, assets and/or benefits. There are a number of different ways to pay for dementia care; through selling a property or by other means:

The Deferred Payment Scheme

The local authority pay for your care by putting a charge on your property.

Renting out your property

By renting out your property, the rental income pays for your dementia care

Equity Release

Capital is raised by mortgaging your property, which can also mean paying a higher level of interest.

Care Free Annuity

Some of your capital can be used to buy an income to pay for your residential care for the rest of your life. However the cost of the annuity varies from person to person so it is important to find this out.

Cash

If you have cash savings in the bank, you pay for your dementia care with these funds.

Investments

By investing, you provide an income to pay for your residential dementia care.

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