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Age UK West Sussex, Brighton & Hove offers lots of services for older people, their families and their carers.

For a list of our current services please click here

Our services are running differently due to the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Our staff are still working hard to support you, so if you need information on our services please contact us.

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  • Take home and settle

    Our Take Home and Settle service is a a FREE service for vulnerable people to get home from hospital safely.

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  • Support at home after hospital

    The aim of the service is to support vulnerable people to regain the level of independence they enjoyed prior to their hospital stay and to boost confidence and physical and mental wellbeing.

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  • Home help

    We all occasionally need a bit of extra help. This could be because of illness, you can’t manage all the chores you used to, or maybe there are just better things to do with your time!

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  • Home visiting service

    If you or a loved one lives in West Sussex and is over 50, is alone or feels lonely, with no family or friends close by and would benefit from a bit of company then give us a call.

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  • Social prescribing

    The services supports people to connect to services within their local community supporting their overall wellbeing.

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  • Befriending

    Our befriending service provides friendship and support for older people in the community to ensure they do not become lonely or socially isolated.

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  • Handyperson service

    Support for older people in need of extra help with small practical jobs to make their lives easier and safer around the home.

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  • Gardening service

    Our Gardening Service has been designed to offer help to those aged 50+ with general gardening tasks and maintenance. 

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  • Dementia support

    We provide the opportunity for carers of people with dementia and carers of frail older people to take some time for themselves, knowing the people they care for are in a safe, stimulating environment.

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