About NARA Dementia Group

We have been passionate about providing personalised care, enshrining strong family values since 1986.

Our late Father owned various care homes in Kent and Essex throughout the late 80s and 90s. He had vast experience in care, working in NHS Hospitals as a Nursing Officer. 

It was his vision to create a caring, homely and person-centred environment for elderly people with dementia.

When our Father became ill we cared for him in our family care home and provided him with palliative care.

Presently, we continue as a family to own and run three small care homes in West Sussex- Tudor House in Bognor Regis, Whyke Lodge in Chichester​ and Alexander House in Bracklesham Bay.

We continue to place strong family values at the heart of each care home and provide the highest standard of personalised and dignified care to our residents, treating everyone that comes into our care, like family.

All homes have achieved an overall rating of ‘GOOD’ by the Care Quality Commission.

We are a caring family-owned and run specialist dementia care home provider. 
We pride ourselves on delivering personalised care and strong family values.

We are passionate about promoting an environment which is dignified and respectful, ensuring that everyone’ privacy is protected. 

Our ethos is centred around every individual being listed to and being valued.  We ensure that everyone feels safe and secure.


Dignity and Respect

Our dedicated and experienced care team are focused on delivering the highest standard of care and support to everyone in their care 24 hours a day.



We promote everyone to do as much as they can for themselves. With our varied and stimulating programme of activities, everyone is encouraged to continue to enjoy their life.



We are skilled listeners who learn to know exactly what everyone likes when they like it.  We understand what makes every individual who they are and we work together to develop individual plans of care. Through this we offer a unique and personalised service tailored to meet everyone’s individual needs.


Person-Centred Care