Brendoncare is a registered charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life for older people through our care homes, close care facilities and social clubs across the South of England.

We have 10 care homes across the south of England, each with its own distinctive character, some with specialist dementia units.

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We have four close care sites providing the independence and security of home ownership, together with access to many caring and communal facilities, giving peace of mind.

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Brendoncare Clubs are friendship and wellbeing clubs dedicated to providing older people with opportunities for social interaction and to meet new friends in a welcoming and supportive environment.

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Your donations help to improve the lives of older people in the South. See how you can become involved and support our vital work.

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We are always looking for people who are engaged, committed and really want to make a difference to the lives of older people.

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Volunteering has an enormous impact on what we are able to achieve and the services we are able to deliver. Find out more about how you can help.

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Councillor John Dabell, Deputy Town Mayor, takes part in Dementia Training at Brendoncare Stildon

Winchester based charity, The Brendoncare Foundation, is pleased to announce they have received a £9,720 grant from The National Lottery Community Fund to fund nine Dementia Bus training days for over 300 people across Brendoncare care homes. The Dementia Bus visited Brendoncare Stildon in East Grinstead on Thursday 13 February and Councillor John Dabell, Deputy Town Mayor for East Grinstead, joined in the training.

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How to have a good Christmas for all

During the festive period, the change in routine and expectations to have a great time can prove stressful and confusing, particularly to people living with dementia. Here are some simple steps you take to have a Christmas enjoyed by all.

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