Arts and crafts Cognitive stimulation Entertainment A range of activities take place on a Memory exercises and reminiscence Visiting singers, parties, lectures, regular basis including painting, drawing, projects. occasional lunches out, events and crafting and modelling. special outings.
Information Physical activities Social interaction Outside speakers such as the Fire service, Activities such as gentle classes, carpet A great opportunity to make friends and Mobility Aids, Guide Dogs for the blind, bowls, movement to music and skittles. become part of a group. Trading Standards and others. All aimed at supporting people to continue safely enjoying living in their own home.
Nutrition Community networks Outings A healthy home- cooked lunch and We have links with a wide network of We take our members on outings refreshments throughout the day. local community services that we can outside of the centres. Transport is put you in touch with. provided by our own mini buses.
Transport is provided to and from the day centres by SCA Transport who provide a door to door service. The mini buses are fully accessible with fully trained drivers and escorts.
What our members say
‘I enjoy the company and ‘I look forward to Friday’s ‘Coming to Oak Lodge meeting people, it gets when I attend the day gives me and my loved me out and I like the opportunities, it’s one of the ones peace of mind that activities. best days of my week.’ I will always be looked Holy Families Freemantle after.’ Jean Doreen Oak Lodge Arthur
‘I look forward to the ‘The staff are great and it company of the other gives me a chance to relax people because the day and not worry about centre makes anything.’ communication easy The Brook for me.’ Peter Fenwick Anja
Meet the team
Day Opportunities Manager
Day Opportunities Manager for Holy Families
Day Opportunities Manager for Oak Lodge
Day Opportunities Manager for Freemantle Day Centre