Duckyls Farm, the established care home in West Hoathly, near East Grinstead is now part of our portfolio, having completed the sale on Wednesday 8th February.
Duckyls is a well-established residential care home. It provides personal care and accommodation for 8 people with learning disabilities and autism.
Residents benefit from the former farmhouse’s idyllic location. It is on the outskirts of the village of West Hoathly and sits in extensive grounds with masses of space for outdoor pursuits.
Our highly trained and professional on-site team are always on hand to support residents while encouraging them to be as independent as possible via a wide-ranging programme of trips and activities.
The care provided is tailor-made for each resident to ensure everyone’s abilities and interests are fully catered for. As at our other care homes across the South East, our ethos is to put the residents at the heart of what we do. As a charitable organisation, we strive to ensure they feel truly at home while leading a fulfilling life.
Duckyls is a CQC registered provider for persons requiring residential nursing or personal care. We have high expectations of our residential teams and ensure all staff and managers are engaged in ongoing learning about their role and the residents they work with, knowing that their voices are heard.
David McGuire, Chief Executive, Diagrama Foundation, said “Everyone at Diagrama Foundation is delighted that Ducklys Farm is now part of our family and are looking forward to getting to know the residents, their families and the care team. We appreciate that change can be unsettling so we are committed to making the transition as easy as possible and our team will spend time sharing what to expect from our person-centred approach to care.”