Donnington House Care Home
Location and contact details
Donnington House Care Home is a registered charity that has been providing care for older people in Chichester, West Sussex since 1952. The Home is registered to give Residential and Nursing care to 28 residents. The provision of nursing care offers the peace of mind that should this be required, there is no need to move to another Home. Our dedicated team of qualified nurses, care assistants and ancillary staff provides a high standard of care within a warm, friendly, comfortable environment. The Home is awarded the highest level of Beacon Status on the Gold Standards Framework - a national scheme for End of Life Care.
Care home group
Services offered at Donnington House Care Home
Residential - Shared Spaces
- Access to kitchen facilities:
- Overnight visitor facilities:
- Secure access to the building:
- Transport available at the home:
- Disabled access throughout the home and gardens:
- Gardens or secure outside space:
- Good access to public transport links:
- Recreation room:
We have a weekly programme of activities throughout the year, including weekly reminiscence, exercise, poetry and music sessions. We have a dedicated Activities Coordinator who not only plans the activities for the home as a whole but also works individually with our residents to identify any specific personal wishes or needs. A local vicar makes regular pastoral visits and is available to visit on other occasions by request. We also hold Holy Communion monthly.
Residential - Your Room
- Smoking allowed:
- Emergency call systems:
- Rooms with full en-suite bathroom:
- Pets allowed:
- TV and telephone point in resident rooms:
- Shared rooms available for couples:
We have 28 single occupancy rooms which are pleasant, tastefully decorated and furnished. 15 rooms have en-suite facilities. We have a large open-plan dining room, several separate sitting areas, a large sun-lounge and a further spacious sitting room. The recently re-landscaped garden is wheelchair accessible and there is a large patio area with shading. Whilst we often have a waiting list, it is always worthwhile contacting the Home to see if we have any vacancies.
- Accepting new clients:
- Accepting referrals from Local Authority(s):
- Day care:
- Respite care:
- Accepting self-funded clients:
- Emergency care:
The Home does not have any dedicated parking however there is a parking lay-by directly in front. Although this lay-by does not have a dedicated parking space for people with disabilities, it does provide adequate access.
There is a parking lay-by directly in front of the Home. The Home is on the 52/53 bus route which runs from the Cathedral, via Chichester Bus and Railway Station to The Witterings. These buses normally run every 15 minutes during the day.
Residential - health and lifestyle
- Internet access:
- On-site hairdressing:
- A place of worship or visiting clergy:
- Residents may retain own GP:
- Scheduled GP rounds:
- Special diets:
- Daily activities and entertainment: