Seaham Day Centre

Day Centre in Seaham Co Durham

What does it do?

Our day centre provides personal care in a warm and friendly atmosphere, created to ensure our guests enjoy their day.

Guests are usually collected by our minibus and the first part of the day is spent settling in and with group games and discussions, Guests do not have to take part if they do not want to and may sit quietly or in small groups if they wish. Lunch is cooked on the premises and served in the dining area. Our kitchen has a 5 star food hygiene rating from Hartlepool Borough Council. There is a choice of activities in the afternoon, with crafts, TV or games being available. We also have a library of books films and music. Transport home is provided at the end of the afternoon.

We also provide personal care including assistance with bathing in our purpose built bathroom, help with using the toilet if needed, hairdressing, shaving, feeding and nail care.

Who it is for?

Seaham Day Centre provides day care for older people with dementia and support for their carers

Where it is available?

Local service (Easington).

What it costs:

The cost of day care is met by the local authority who make a grant to the Hospital of God to provide the service. There is a contribution of £4.50 per day towards lunch for all guests.

How to access or apply for it:

It is open Monday to Friday and transport and lunch are provided.

Contact details:
The day centre is situated at Bradbury House, 67 Marlbrough Street, Seaham, Co Durham, SR7 7SA.
Telephone number 0191 5810880.
Our office opening hours are 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday. 
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Additional information:

As well as providing a service for guests with dementia we support carers through our Carer Support Worker who provides information, practical help and social activities.


Info last updated:

Bradbury House, 67 Marlborough, Seaham, County Durham, SR7 7SA