A-Z guide to our specialist care services

Read our guide to the specialist home and live-in care we offer across Chichester and the surrounding area.


Read our guide to the specialist home and live-in care we offer across Chichester and the surrounding area.

Alzheimer's disease care – we offer a range of services to support people with Alzheimer’s so they are able to be as independent as possible and live the lives they choose. A member of our Chichester-based office team will arrange a visit to create a customer-focused care plan, learn more about our specialist Alzheimer’s services here.

Dementia care - our specialist dementia care services can provide the essential support you need during this time. Early diagnosis can also enable you to access the right dementia care. We can work with you throughout all stages of diagnosis, Our highly skilled team offer dementia care you can rely upon and trust. Learn more about the support we offer those living with dementia here.

End of life care – we offer essential domiciliary and live-in care for those that want their last weeks and days of their lives at home. We can design an end-of-life care plan with you and, where you wish it, your family or friends.

Learn more about our end-of-life care here.                        

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) – Customers living with MND may find everyday activities such as speaking, swallowing, walking, breathing and gripping objects more and more difficult.

In 10-15% of cases, MND is associated with frontotemporal dementia click here to learn more about our MND care services.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) – we understand the impact a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can have on your life and the significant adjustments that you need to make. We can offer home care and support to help you and your family through difficult times. Click here to learn more about the MS care services we offer here.

Reablement services - We support our customers who require assistance with transitioning from hospital to liveing at home again. An example of such an occasion may be after a fall or serious illness. Learn more about our specialist reablement care here.

Stroke care – After a stroke about a third of people will develop aphasia. This condition affects communication skills such as speaking, reading, writing, and understanding. It does not affect a person’s intelligence and so can be very frustrating. Some people may experience a loss of memory or the ability to concentrate. Bluebird Care’s fully trained homecare staff use a range of different communication methods and tools to help the person express what they want. Learn more about the specialist care we can offer to those recovering from a stroke here.

Click here to learn more about Bluebird Care Chichester and the care that provide.