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Welcome to St Nectans

St Nectans is a privately run home, registered with the Commission for Social Care Inspection and the East Sussex Care Homes Association. As an Approved Provider you can relax knowing you have chosen the very best in quality care when you choose St Nectans.

The philosophy of St Nectans is "Service and Quality without Compromise" and the comfort and health of each resident is our ultimate priority. This is reflected through the genuine warmth, dedication and experience of our highly trained management and staff. We aim to provide the highest standard of 24-hour care available. Residents are free to get up and go to bed as they please with our staff on hand, trained to treat all residents with the greatest respect and care.

The emphasis at St Nectans is to ensure that the quality of care and attention compliments the happy atmosphere to give you total peace of mind. We always remember it's your home. You may have visitors in your room at anytime during the day, and they are invited to enjoy complimentary refreshments whilst visiting.

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Unique care plans

We at St Nectans know that the thought of moving into care home can often be very traumatic for both residents and relatives but that it is sometimes the only option available in order to maintain personal safety, security and provide appropriate levels of care. Prior to admission, each new resident is encouraged to visit the home to satisfy themselves that the ambience is to their liking

We provide a unique care and support plan that works for each individual. The first thing we do when we hear from a new client is get to know person's life history, likes, dislikes and, of course, their medical history to help us understand their unique needs. Using these information we develop an individual profile and plan of care. We encourage and support people to continue doing as many daily tasks as possible, pursue their interests and hobbies, stay active and spend quality time with family and friends.

We will ensure that we work with you and your family, friends, advocates and other professionals involved in your life in gathering all the information we need to make sure we can meet your needs.

Visiting Hours

We are conveniently located overlooking the sea, close to the main shopping area in Bexhill-on-Sea. The main railway station is also nearby with easy access to the local medical centre and all other local social and religious amenities.

  • Monday 08am - 6pm
  • Thuesday 08am - 6pm
  • Wednesday 08am - 6pm
  • Thursday 08am - 6pm
  • Friday 08am - 6pm
  • Saturday 08am - 6pm
  • Sunday 08am - 6pm
//Why Choose Us//

Social Life and Leisure

We believe that social and leisure aspects of life are an integral part of care, which should be all about achieving maximum independence and helping people to have some fun!

As our Philosophy of Care is to look at the 'Whole Person' and not just part of a person. It is so important to identify each person individually in order to bring the right benefits for them. This can be achieved when having awareness of the following:

  • Physical needs

  • Emotional needs

  • Environmental needs

  • Spiritual needs

Types of Care Explained

Residential Care

The term residential care refers to the delivery of personal care within a residential setting. It is for those who can no longer manage living on their own even with assistance from home care agencies or relatives. Residents can expect 24 hour assistance with washing & bathing; dressing, getting in and out of bed, eating meals, using the bathroom, taking medication, making drinks and snacks, and more.

Nursing Care

Nursing care is the same in its approach as residential care, with the additional benefit of round-the-clock assistance from a qualified nurse. Those who have spent long periods in hospital are usually assessed as needing nursing care. Each resident who requires our Nursing Care Service benefits from the same in-home facilities available to the Residential residents. The fees charged in nursing homes are usually higher than those in residential homes; however the NHS makes a nominal contribution towards these fees for the nursing aspect of the care provided.

Respite Care

Respite care is available for individuals who need short term care for between one to four weeks to enable a full time carer to have a rest or holiday, or in the event that the carer themselves becomes ill temporarily. Some care homes have rooms specifically reserved for respite care; other homes only offer this service if there is a vacant room available. Respite care can be provided as a one off stay or for more frequent stays.

Dementia Care

The term "dementia" is used to describe the symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by specific diseases and conditions. Symptoms include loss of memory, confusion, problems with speech and understanding and differ from person to person.

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