Elderly Care In East and West Sussex

1st March 2018

It can be hard to know where to start when you find yourself caring for a parent or older relative. Age Space will be your guide to the available health and care services for older people in Sussex, helping you find resources and facilities that reflect your needs.

Where to Start

This is our “where to start” guide to the major services in Sussex your relative can take advantage of. The Guide covers finding care at home locally, day care services, Extra-care Housing Scheme and care homes around the County.

West Sussex County Council

West Sussex County Council’s ‘Connect to Support’ website should be a first port of call for anyone in the local area who is caring for an elderly relative. 

Charities Which Support Older People

From large national charities with regional branches to independent local charities, there is lots of help on hand locally to improve quality of live for older people.

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The Rapid Access Clinic for Older People (RACOP)

The Royal Sussex County Hospital’s RACOP (Rapid Access Clinic for Older People) aims to deliver excellent care for older people in Brighton and Hove and where appropriate, reduce secondary care admissions.

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