Roseville House Day Centre
What does it do?
Roseville House is a day centre for older people who may have a wide range of disabilities who live in the Sedgley and Coseley area of the Dudley borough. The single-storey building is accessible for people with disabilities and has a large main hall, an activity room and a shower room that has been purpose-built for wheelchair users. The centre cooks all its meals on site. The centre is open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 4.30pm and provides services for up to 45 people. All staff are trained to achieve nationally recognised qualifications. The centre offers a wide range of activities that service users may choose to take part in. We offer gentle exercise sessions, craft groups and a range of activities that enable people to join in and enjoy the company and stimulation of others. The centre also arranges trips and outings such as a visit to a local pub for lunch and trips to places of interest. We are also in contact with other local groups for older people and sometimes join in their activities.
Who it is for?
For older people who may have a wide range of disabilities who live in the Sedgley and Coseley area of the Dudley borough.
Where it is available?
Local service (Dudley).
What it costs:
Please contact the organisation for more details.
How to access or apply for it:
For more information or an informal visit please phone - 01384 813645.
Info last updated:
Tunnel Street, Bilston, West Midlands, WV14 9DE