Wren Centre

Wren Centre is where you can meet people socially, where you can recei

What does it do?

Professional and friendly staff providing full support to service user's to ensure productive and meaningful activities and to provide informal carers respite from their caring role.

Staff are fully trained and offer a wealth of experience to assist in promoting equality, diversity and culture awareness for all individual needs.

Everyone is treated as a valued member and is supported to make choices and decisions.

The service will ensure  that all service users have a support plan that identifies how their assessed needs will be met and the activities and sessions they will access that will meet their needs.

Carer group meetings will take place every two months enabling relatives to receive information about the service and also express any concerns or ideas on behalf of any service user. We will also hold monthly service users meetings to enable service users to share information.

To ensure we are able to support our service users to the best standard, our staff are trained in the following areas:
care standards
personalisation and support planning
your rights as a service user
health and safety management
food hygiene and safety
fire safety
safeguarding of vulnerable adults
customer care
risk assessment
infection control
first aid
moving and handling
Dementia training
staff are also trained in NVQ / QCF health and social care certificate or equivalent

Who it is for?

Wren Centre is a service aimed at older people who live in the London Borough of Hillingdon who require support as they may be at risk of social isolation due to their complex needs and dementia.

Where it is available?

Local service (Hillingdon).

What it costs:

There is a charge for meals, tea, coffee and soft drinks.The full charges to attend the centre may vary each year but currently stand at £49.00 per day. You will have a financial assessment carried out to see how much you need to pay towards the charges. This is carried out by the Financial Assessment and Income Team.

How to access or apply for it:

Admission to Wren Centre is through Adult Social Care Direct on 01895 556633. All admissions are identified by an assessment of care needs undertaken by a social worker in the Older People's  Social work Team.Please contact June Daniell - Day Service Manager for further information about the service. Telephone number 01895 558696.

Transport linksBuses: 114 - Bus routes »Tube: South Ruislip (Central line) 

Additional information:

Wren Centre offers various activities which include:
exercise groups
memory sessions which include the use of reminiscence pods
sensory activitie
sindoor activities such as arts & crafts
information on a range of topics including art, needlecraft, cooking, quizzes, games, talks, social activities, film reviews and music
social and leisure opportunities
computer skills
healthy living advice
music and dancing activities
sensory garden to aid the development of sensory abilities like smell or touch in a natural setting
communal areas to encourage social interaction and communication between residents

Wren Centre is where you can meet people socially, where you can receive encouragement and support in maintaining personal independence and choice. 


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Wren Centre, Queens Walk, South Ruislip