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Harwich House


Specialism: Harwich House supports adults with a learning disability, including those with visual impairment, autism and complex epilepsy.

Details of the vacancy: There are currently no vacancies at Harwich House.

Type of service: Residential service.

Age range: 18 to 65.

Current profile of service: The service benefits from a large communal lounge and dining area with a galley kitchen. The lounge has patio doors accessing the wheelchair-friendly garden. Throughout the summer months time spent in the garden is maximised and there is a sensory cabin, trampoline, raised flower beds, paved and lawned areas.

Hours provided. Core staff are available throughout the waking day with 2 waking night staff included in the core staffing levels.

Focus of service: Our aim is to support individuals to achieve their goals, participate in meaningful activities and to build on their skills. All individuals will have a person centred plan developed alongside a details communications passport.

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Harwich House has a large communal lounge with patio doors that lead into the large garden, within the garden are raised plant beds, a trampoline and swing plus an external sensory cabin which provides a quiet area away from the house for individuals to relax. The kitchen and laundry room are set up to enable individuals to develop their independence skills with staff support and guidance.

Harwich House is situated five minutes away from Littlehampton seafront and is close to the town centre which offers shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. Harwich also benefits from the facilities and resources of the larger nearby towns of Chichester and Worthing. The train station is also within walking distance.

All service users are encouraged to maximise their independent living skills. All have a person-centred plan, care plan for independent living skills, and an individual activity plan.

Service users can access Northbrook and Chichester Colleges and Littlehampton Community College, which support people with additional needs. We cam also support people to access local services providing activities including horticulture and arts and crafts. Horse riding can also be accessed at nearby Ferring.

Craig Bailey is the service manager at Harwich House and has worked at Regard since 2007. Craig has been a registered manager now for the past two years. In his time he has gained a level 3 NVQ in health and social care and also Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for health and social care – Adults residential management.

Craig is support by a staff team of 18 including himself who in total have an average 60 years’ experience within the care sector, all staff within the service have received the required mandatory training as well as specialist training (Epilepsy, Autism, Challenging behaviour, Person Centred Care) to enable them to support the residents within the service. All staff are also supported to develop within their roles and are encouraged to complete their Diplomas in Health & Social care whether this is level 2 or 3.

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This weekend, Lambourne House enjoyed getting involved with Regard’s Afternoon Tea Week 2018.

Harwich House and Fleetwood House join together to celebrate Care Home Open Day

Fleetwood House, our residential service in Littlehampton opened its doors as part of Care Home Open Day, the service teamed up with neighbouring Regard service Harwich House for the event.

Personalised support leads to success at Harwich House

Everyone is delighted with Lucy’s* recent progress at Harwich House. Lucy moved to Harwich House in August 2016 from her family home - she faces many challenges on a daily basis and requires a dedicated, supportive and caring team to work with her. It was a challenging start to life at Harwich House for Lucy as so much was new for her. Initially, she was not keen to have contact with staff or the other people living at the house.

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Training is an important part of staff being able to support the people we work with effectively; the people we support are those with learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour.



Residential living in Littlehampton at Harwich house

Our residential service in Littlehampton for adults with a learning disability, including those with visual impairment, autism and epilepsy, has a vacancy for two new house members.



Contact Harwich House


  • 8 Granville Road, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN17 5JU
  • 01903 726 224
  • 01903 726 236
  • Manager: Craig Bailey 01903 726 224
  • Locality Manager: Nikki Willis 07913403637

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