Growing old is a topic that most people avoid discussing as they worry about who will take care of them during those years when they are frail and need to rely on others for basic needs. Growing old is especially tough for those few who are tough of hearing and with ailments such as Dementia, Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s. By a fortunate stride in technology, older adults and their families can now get easy access to Audiology equipment even while they live in group homes.
Sussex Healthcare is an independent unit of care homes for both patients and the elderly who choose to stay there. The residents and patients who live in these care homes are assisted by well trained and highly efficient staff members who have experience in understanding the needs of patients who need a helping hand at all times. The staff members are well-versed with helping patients who suffer from tinnitus, vertigo, short-term memory issues, dementia, brain trauma due to injuries, Alzheimer’s amongst other ailments. At this point, there are 2 care homes that cater to the needs of people in their golden years, they are named Forest Lodge and Wisteria Lodge, both located at Horney Common, Nutley, Uckfield, TN.
Sussex Healthcare has received various accolades and accreditations over the years. They are not only registered and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) but are also by other boards such as the UKAS and RCP. The National Good Practice Guide promotes healthcare providers to receive the best in the healthcare sector while ensuring that all the payments will have maximum access on an ongoing basis along with a periodical further assessment once every three years. Sussex Healthcare works along with the NGPG to ensure that all the patients receive excellent, every time without even a single exception.
The audiology section of Sussex Healthcare works in conjunction with NHS that enables them to compliment each other’s efforts in meeting the needs of older adults with hearing and other psychological impairment issues. The audiology section of Sussex health care is registered with both RCCP and HCPC while. The staff members employed with the audiology section are well qualified, highly trained and exceptionally skilled at caring for patients by meeting all the set guidelines while interacting with both customers and patients.
Patients who have experience with this healthcare provider, believe that they have received excellent help from staff members which has made a smooth transition while getting used to fitting and operating the audiology devices.
While Sussex Healthcare works with the latest technology, they believe in a relatively straightforward mission statement that offers a powerful combination of high standards, the best quality medical equipment while being accountable for the safety of their patients.
Find more about Sussex Healthcare: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/11/choosing-the-services-that-sussex-healthcare-provides-how-specialists-can-help-residents/
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