Respite Support, Day Care & Wellbeing Services
EveryDay Care & Support Wellbeing: Maintain your independence
Our EveryDay Care & Support Wellbeing & Social Activity Centres are available for customers to come along and spend the day with us, make friends, have a spot of lunch and perhaps learn a new skill or take part in an activity of their choice. Carers are welcome to attend too, or they can use this time as a respite break.
We have three Wellbeing & Social Activity Centres across North Tyneside, designed to help people maintain their independence. Click to see their locations below:
Wellbeing, activity, support & relaxation
Attendees can spend as much or as little time with us as they like – from an hour to a full day and we tailor our services to meet their specific needs. They can look forward to:
- Enjoying a healthy lunch
- Socialising and taking part in varied activities
- Relaxing or even gardening– in our landscaped, accessible gardens
- Having a pamper – podiatry, hairdressing and assisted bathing or showering available
- Cognitive Stimulation Therapy sessions
- Exercise ‘snacking’ – with gentle chair based activities, tai chi and falls prevention exercises (to increase mobility and reduce falls)
- Being empowered to live independently
- Pop up music concerts
- Pets as wellbeing ambassadors
- Mini wellbeing checks
- Personal driver service is available
- Being signposted to support and advice from Age UK North Tyneside
A friendly, tailored approach
They’ll be supported by our team of highly trained, friendly staff who are there to provide quality support in our relaxed, home-from-home environment.
A Team Leader is assigned to each attendee, who is responsible for co-ordinating visits, ensuring individual support plans are followed at all times and conducting a regular review of needs.
What our customers say
“My husband, who has Alzheimer’s, has been attending Cedar Grove Day Centre in Wallsend. At first he was quite reluctant to join in with activities organised by the centre, including having lunch at the dining table.
The staff were very encouraging but it took him a while to be confident enough to join in. Gradually he has been encouraged by the very caring staff and friendly helpers and he has become more involved in certain activities, such as pool and dominoes. The staff have told me that he has been more relaxed and able to join in singing and dancing activities.
I am really delighted and full of praise for the caring staff and volunteer helpers at Cedar Grove. They are always so cheerful, friendly and helpful and so caring. I know that he is in excellent hands at Cedar Grove.”
Our Wellbeing Centres are available to everyone – you can pay privately as a customer or access our services via direct referral from your GP or Social Worker.
Take a look at some of our customer reviews here on Homecare.co.uk