Passionate about finding the right Residential and Specialist Dementia Care home for your loved one




Welcome to Pelham House

Pelham House is a family run provider offering specialised dementia care, residential care, respite care and daycare of high quality, Pelham House sits in its own grounds, in the picturesque village of Cuckfield, which is situated near the town of Haywards Heath. It is a large detached house that has been extensively upgraded and refurbished to provide an attractive, comfortable and homely setting for our residents.

We have 26 spacious bedrooms, all are en-suite, two spacious lounges, a hair and beauty salon, sensory garden, activities room, WiFi, elegant dining room and an attractive enclosed tranquil garden for residents to enjoy.

We offer an extensive menu, Food and drink are an important part in all our lives, and is a particularly enjoyable experience at Pelham House, reflecting each individual’s likes, dislikes and dietary needs.

Residents are supported to live an active and fulfilled lives and we feel it is important to keep links to the local community by offering trips to the local cafes and attractions in our specially adapted Pelham House vehicle as well as a full social activities programme.

We are determined to provide the highest quality care and facilities, our staff are carefully selected and need to share our passion of delivering excellence in care.

Rated ‘Good’ across the board by the CQC (Care Quality Commission).

Pelham House are proud to sponsor Cuckfield Cricket Club and delighted to be supporting sport in our local community


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Health Care Assistants - Job Posting ID 96007977522 on https://t.co/yN0Ua4mStV

Activities are an essential component to keeping our @PelhamHouse123 residents healthy and happy. Penny and Naomi offer a wide range of daily activities, seven days a week, which address differing lifestyles and physical challenges. We love who we are and what we do ❤️ 💐 💕🧓

Activities are an essential component to keeping our @PelhamHouse123 residents healthy and happy. Penny and Naomi offer a wide range of daily activities, seven days a week, which address differing lifestyles and physical challenges. We love who we are and what we do ❤️ 💐 💕🧓

These toddlers are taking on dementia. #WorldAlzheimersDay

The Dementia Information Service is an email service that can support you if you have just found out, or accepted, that you or a loved one has dementia. Sign up here: https://t.co/9nkZjbgDmM #WorldAlzheimersDay

The Dementia Information Service is an email service that can support you if you have just found out, or accepted, that you or a loved one has dementia. Sign up here: https://t.co/9nkZjbgDmM #WorldAlzheimersDay

This #WorldAlzheimersDay, we've compiled the six most common misconceptions about Alzheimer’s disease, heard by our specialist dementia nurses. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, accounting for about 60% of diagnoses. Read more here:
https://t.co/65Hag4K6rk

This #WorldAlzheimersDay, we've compiled the six most common misconceptions about Alzheimer’s disease, heard by our specialist dementia nurses. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, accounting for about 60% of diagnoses. Read more here:
https://t.co/65Hag4K6rk

'My life isn't over because I have dementia. I'm still me.

'With more understanding, we'll be able to break down stigma and include people with dementia better in their communities.'

#WorldAlzheimersDay

My life isn't over just because I have dementia - stop treating me like it is

I’m still here, and I’m still useful.

metro.co.uk

It happens every 3 seconds.

Every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia. And by 2050, the number of people living with the condition will have tripled.

We need care today - and research for a cure tomorrow. RT to help us spread the word this #WorldAlzheimersDay.

It happens every 3 seconds.

Every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia. And by 2050, the number of people living with the condition will have tripled.

We need care today - and research for a cure tomorrow. RT to help us spread the word this #WorldAlzheimersDay.

'When I got my diagnosis I was 51. I couldn't quite believe it.'

50 million people are living with dementia worldwide. Tracey is one of them. A diagnosis can be a lonely place, but it doesn't need to be. This #WorldAlzheimersDay, we're here for you: https://t.co/GRySkX2bGm

#Dementia and driving: when is it time to give up the keys? https://t.co/rUWg26L12H

#Alzheimers #aging #geriatrics

#Dementia and driving: when is it time to give up the keys? https://t.co/rUWg26L12H 

#Alzheimers #aging #geriatrics

After seeing his grandmother suffer from dehydration due to dementia, Lewis invented ‘Jelly Drops’, sweet-like liquid balls that contain over 90% water. See his update on the project and our take on it here:

Health Care Assistants - Job Posting ID 96007977522 on https://t.co/yN0Ua4mStV

Activities are an essential component to keeping our Resident’s healthy & happy. Penny & Naomi our activities co-ordinators offer a wide range of daily activities 7 days a week which address differing lifestyles & physical challenges. We love who we are & what we do❤️💐💕

Activities are an essential component to keeping our Resident’s healthy & happy. Penny & Naomi our activities co-ordinators offer a wide range of daily activities 7 days a week which address differing lifestyles & physical challenges. We love who we are & what we do❤️💐💕

.@WendyPMitchell explains how listening to people with dementia isn’t enough. There has to be change. #VoicesForDementia

Everyone in later life should be treated equally. Sadly this isn’t the case for many people. You can catch up with all the thought-provoking contributions to our Ageism Plus series here:

Yesterday I learnt that my friend’s husband has been diagnosed with dementia; she’s distraught but I know that @WendyPMitchell’s beautiful book about living with dementia will offer a little hope.

Highly recommended. Thank you Wendy.

Yesterday I learnt that my friend’s husband has been diagnosed with dementia; she’s distraught but I know that @WendyPMitchell’s beautiful book about living with dementia will offer a little hope. 

Highly recommended. Thank you Wendy.

It's important to provide a full 7 day calendar of activities for our @PelhamHouse123 residents because staying active makes a huge contribution to individual physical and emotional wellbeing. We're currently looking at planning trips out to places of interest. #CommunityMatters

It's important to provide a full 7 day calendar of activities for our @PelhamHouse123 residents because staying active makes a huge contribution to individual physical and emotional wellbeing. We're currently looking at planning trips out to places of interest. #CommunityMatters

#Dementia is bad, but not all bad, when we provide care that supports both the abilities and disabilities of dementia. Learn more in The Dementia Handbook: https://t.co/zGoKeZ6wsC

#Alzheimers #DementiaCare #HomeCare

#Dementia is bad, but not all bad, when we provide care that supports both the abilities and disabilities of dementia. Learn more in The Dementia Handbook: https://t.co/zGoKeZ6wsC

#Alzheimers #DementiaCare #HomeCare

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