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The following day centres are located in the Cambridgeshire area: The Fee for the day is £11.00 The Oasis Day Centre, Wisbech – Wednesday & Fridays Tuesday Club at March (Older People with Learning Difficulties – fee is £6.00 as lunch and transport are not…
Briar House is a Norfolk care home ideal for people with old age and dementia related care needs, with en-suite rooms and good wheelchair access.Talented and hard-working care workers also extend their expertise into day and respite care, looking to assist members of the local…
Are you looking for a care home place? Age UK Norfolk's Care Home Finder Service can help. It provides accurate, up-to-date information for people considering a move into a Care Home either permanently, for respite care or day care and is available on the Age…
Crossroads Community Hub provides a range of social activities for frail elderly people and those with dementia along with respite for carers. Activities include games, craft, reminiscence sessions, baking and visiting entertainment, and there is also a large secluded and safe garden with a seating area…
The Dersingham Day Centre is for residents within the Carole Brown Surgery's catchment area who are over the age of 70 and feel that they would benefit from a day out each week to socialise and enjoy the company of others. It meets each Wednesday from 10.00am -…
Yes, the new Dersingham Village Centre is fully open. The centre offers lots of events every week including, lunches, cinema screenings, dances, exercise classes, charity events and much more.
Docking House is situated in the village of Docking in the north-western corner of Norfolk. It offers residential care, day care services, respite and holiday packages.
Carers Trust Norfolk have a Day Club that runs every Tuesday for people with care needs living in Kings Lynn and the surrounding area. The club is aimed at providing relaxation and activities in a friendly, social setting. Hot lunch cooked on the premises is…
FitzRoy is a national charity that helps people with learning disabilities to live more independently. It provides support to people in their home and out in the community, helping them to make their own choices and encouraging them to succeed
Flagship is a not-for-profit organisation that owns, manages and provides over 22,000 homes to people across East Anglia, including homes and services for older and more vulnerable people. It offers a range of accommodation and services that aim at keeping people independent: Pendant Alarm Service…