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Hankham Lodge Residential Care Home
Hankham Lodge is a small Residential Care Home for the elderly, situated in a country setting near Eastbourne, Sussex on the South coast

Important information
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When considering a placement in a care home we strongly recommend you read the home's Inspection report to be as informed as you can about the services available to you and the rights you have.
Use the links on this site to help you be as informed as you can and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or queries.
Hankham Lodge Care Home, Hankham Hall Road, Westham, Pevensey,
East Sussex BN24 5AG
Tel: 01323 766555
Statement of Purpose & Staffing Details
Hankham Lodge
Hankham Lodge offers 'second-to-none', high quality day care, respite care
and permanent residential care in a superb country setting close to
Eastbourne on the Sussex coast.

Hankham Lodge is owned and run day-to-day by husband and wife team Peter and
Svetlana Sims
who live on the premises. Aside from the Owner/Managers the daily
care programme of Hankham Lodge is delivered by a staff team of deputy manager,
senior care assistants, care assistants, cooks and housekeeper/cleaners.

Hankham Lodge has a friendly homely atmosphere caring for both men and women
who can no longer manage all the rigorous requirements that independent daily life
brings. Our location and care standards are regarded as the very best in this locality -
see our
testimonials and recommendations.

At Hankham Lodge we do not provide long term nursing care or specialised advanced
dementia care. We specialise in providing a safe comfortable and stimulating
environment for older people to maintain a good quality of life in their later years.
Before someone comes to live here with us at Hankham Lodge there are certain
things we need to know. We have to make an initial assessment of the care a
prospective resident requires, the type of social activities/hobbies they enjoy,
what religious needs they may have. Also we make available to them what they
can expect from us, by way of our admission procedure/meeting and residents
welcome pack.