Elderly Day Care Centres are in place to benefit both yourself and the person that you care for. They can provide you with some respite from your caring role, as well as offering the opportunity for a new environment and socialising with other community members for your relative.
Many day care centres will have cooked lunches prepared for their guests, as well as arranging events and activities. Some will even provide transport to and from the centres, but this is worth double checking on a case by case basis to be sure.
You will find options for day care all across Norfolk. We have listed some centres below for you, but this won’t be a complete list so if you don’t find what you’re looking for here, we recommend using a care home directory like Housing Care to search.
Elderly Day Centres in Breckland
Oak Manor Care Home
Oak Manor Care Home offers a day care service with a warm, supportive and relaxing atmosphere from the village of Scarning, just outside Dereham. This places the Home in easy reach of Fakenham and Swaffham as well. Guests will get the chance to socialise with new friends over a board game, sit in a peaceful spot and read, enjoy an afternoon tea in the bistro or discover a new hobby in their varied programme of activities.
Oak Manor provides specialist dementia care, meaning the day care service is suitable for those living with dementia. The home even has a dementia friendly garden, providing a tranquil and secure haven to enjoy.
Elderly Day Centres in Broadland
The Limes Care Home
The Limes Care Home offers a day care service with an experienced team who are fully trained to deal with any range of issues that could arise, including from dementia. The home has beautiful gardens, wheelchair access and a hairdressing salon.
The staff arrange different activities daily for guests and residents to enjoy, ranging from sitting down with a cup of tea for a film showing to exercise or magic shows!
Their stimulating programmes of activities can sometimes involve days out, including shopping trips, picnics and trips to the beach.
Elderly Day Centres in Great Yarmouth
The Acorn Centre, Age+Connected
Affectionately known as “Great Yarmouth’s older people’s youth club”, The Acorn Centre welcomes anyone aged 50 and over living in the borough of Great Yarmouth. Older people can catch up with new and old friends alike, whilst taking part in different activities depending on the day, including crafts, scrabble, the Film Club or short mat bowls. They even run specialised Reminiscence sessions for those with dementia, as well as supporting learning programmes for those wishing to improve their skills with technology!
There is a lunch club at the centre every Monday, allowing guests to enjoy a home-cooked lunch with dessert for £8. As it is the home of Age+Connected, there will always be staff and volunteers on hand to offer care and support. For more information on the plentitude of activities and opportunities available, you can visit the website or get in contact through the details provided below.
Elderly Day Centres in North Norfolk
Day Service Hub Sheringham, Age Concern North Norfolk
Based in Sheringham, Age Concern North Norfolk’s Day Service Hub is a friendly and welcoming day care service for the elderly. Guests can enjoy a home cooked meal and dessert, whilst also engaging in fun activities with other elderly people and the staff. Their aim is to provide an opportunity for people to leave their home and join in with social activities that stimulate communication and interaction with other like-minded individuals.
You can find out more information or get in contact with them through the details provided below.
The Glaven Centre
The Glaven Centre is purpose built for offering a friendly and caring environment for elderly people to feel welcome in. They cover the local villages of Binham, Blakeney, Cley, Field Dalling, Glandford, Langham, Letheringsett, Morston, Salthouse, Saxlingham, Little Thornage, Wiveton, High Kelling and the town of Holt. Recognising how remote this area of Norfolk is, Glaven Caring was set up as a means of providing for the elderly population, who have immediate access to less social services, amenities and transport than other areas of the county.
Guests can enjoy home-cooked food, activities and a number of services, such as bathing, podiatry and hairdressing. They also offer medical and personal advice services. For more information on the Glaven Centre, use the details below to take a look at the website or get in touch.
Elderly Day Centres in Norwich
Marion Road Day Centre (Age UK Norwich)
Marion Road Centre offers daycare in a friendly, relaxed environment. The centre aims to treats everyone as an individual and looks after all needs. Guests can take part in the various activities available, or simply relax and enjoy the day. The Centre offers a safe and welcoming place for people to make later life the best it can be, as well as offering respite for carers from their caring role.
Some opportunities available include CST (cognitive stimulation therapy), veterans recall project and intergenerational projects with local schools.
They are open from 9:00-3:30pm, Monday to Friday and offer a cooked meal to guests. Get in touch with Age UK Norwich using the details below for more information.
Elderly Day Centres in South Norfolk
Culrose House is a short drive away from Diss and offers a Day Care service to give your elderly relative a change of scene and you a break from your caring role! They have experienced staff who will treat anybody with the care, attention and respect they deserve.
It costs £60 for a full day, but a half day is also an option and they offer a free taster day to ensure your relative is comfortable at the house. The full day includes:
- 3 main meals & drinks
- Any personal care required (e.g. bathing)
- All activities and entertainment they provide for their full time residents
For more information, take a look at the website or get in contact with them using the details below.