More Than Two Decades Of Service With Sussex Healthcare
May 24, 2018
For twenty-five years Sussex Healthcare has operated facilities throughout England. Since 1985 the combination of Shiraz Boghani’s experience as a successful entrepreneur and Shafik Sachedina’s knowledge and understanding of the dental practice has generated more than twenty operating healthcare facilities today.
Sussex Healthcare specializes in live-in facilities for people dealing with a variety of mental and physical health disorders. The philosophy is that all people deserve continued access to a social life and leisure time.
There are skilled staff and caregiving support teams. Amanda Morgan-Taylor, the chief executive officer, understands management’s point of view as well as someone working directly with patients. And, Corrine Wallace, the head of marketing, has been a consultant in the healthcare industry for years and has earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
Sussex Healthcare offers several types of care:
When it comes to the care of older people, onsite providers meet patients’ medical needs, and a regular part of operations is the use of additional therapeutic programs.
Adults with physical development issues and learning issues are helped with multisensory rooms, pools, and specialized care.
Specialized, palliative care is offered for those who are terminally ill with an emphasis on compassion regarding pain management and end-of-life decisions.
Their philosophy, also, emphasizes that those suffering from dementia ought to continue living an active and community-oriented life, and personalized plans are created to help each person manage their memory difficulties.
There’s care for individuals with a wide variety of neurological conditions, including Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, and many more.
Working with colleges and institutions, Sussex Healthcare provides support for those with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD), so patients can shop for their own food, get work, and live as normal a life as possible.
For more than two decades they have developed caring, vibrant, and award-winning facilities for older people and those with disabilities.
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