There are lots of friends at our Day Activity Centres. One of the wonderful things about coming regularly and taking part in our activities, sharing some excellent food is that you get to know each other.
If you are wondering how to support a; friend, neighbour or relative who has some memory loss, has a disability or is older and at risk of feeling lonely, there are some things we offer. We are a local charity who’s passion is to improve people’s lives and opportunities in our communities.
One thing we run are several Day Activity Service’s where you can be transported in an adapted and escorted bus to a friendly Day Activity Service. You stay and join in as much as you wish, enjoy lunch, do some different activities or just read your book if you choose. Tea and other drinks are supplied and if you need a hand, we are there. Then the bus arrives and takes you home. Door to door service with lots of smiles.
If you want to give it a try without making an immediate, longer term commitment, you are very welcome to come for a FREE trial day. There is a small cost for lunch and transport. It is easy to book. Ring Hayley in the Options department 023 8090 2400 email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a support worker service where you have a fully checked support person come and take you out. Help with things at home and have a regular time. This is a service for older people but also we support younger people with a tang of disabilities. We also have a care and respite service and can help with hoarding issues too. For this service please contact Hayley in the Options department. Email email@example.com ring 023 8090 2400
Are you looking for some new friends? Just moved to the area? Recently retired or just find yourself at a loose end? You could come and volunteer with us. We know you can make a lot of friends, feel valued and add a massive amount to the lives of those we support. Even if you give two hours every other week we would be glad of your help. Here are some amazing youth volunteers collecting their well deserved awards for volunteering.
We want to introduce you to the new and exciting service called ‘Back to the Future’ which means having a regular visit, chat about things and pass time together. If you are interested to know more about this new service, please speak to Jean Roberts-Jones telephone 023 8090 2400 email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are on your own and vulnerable, or know someone who is- we provide an excellent service called LifeLine. This is an emergency call alarm system with help at hand. Lifelines are put into your home for you and you can have a neck pendant or wrist button. Also, we have a wrist band scheme which is for people who may get lost or become unable to communicate due to illness or sudden change in their condition. Email email@example.com ring 023 8090 2400.