The Chaseley Trust operates a residential home in Eastbourne on the south coast of England which provides treatment and rehabilitation services for people with significant physical disabilities.
As well as being a permanent home for up to 52 residents, it also offers facilities for respite and holiday care for visitors, rehabilitation for people who are able to return to the community and day care services for non-residents.
Chaseley strives to provide a home in the true sense of the word where, with specialist care and support, people can be helped to lead the fullest possible lives, in comfortable and practical surroundings and in the way that they choose.
Established at the end of the Second World War, originally as a hospital for injured servicemen, Chaseley is now open to people from all walks of life, although priority is still given to war pensioners.
Chaseley employs a total of 125 people, the majority of whom are nursing and care staff. They work in teams on the three floors of Chaseley with residents being accommodated in focused groups determined by their dependency level.