Community and day centres

What does it do?

Social services and voluntary organisations provide a variety of day services where people can attend on a daily basis or less frequently.
  • Day services for older people
  • A range of social activities, hobbies and interests which enable individuals regain and retain control over their lives
  • Transport to and from the day centre
  • Hairdressing services
  • Opportunities
to gain access to chiropody services
Opening times: Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm

Who it is for?

People who are 65 and over who need help because of:
  • An age related illness
  • Physical disability or illness
  • A terminal illness
  • A mental illness including dementia
  • A learning disability
  • A sensory disability
  • Carers who are caring for someone 65 and over and need a break from caring

Where it is available?

Local service (Havering).

What it costs:

There is usually a charge for this service but this will depend on your financial situation, including any benefits received.

How to access or apply for it:

For information on day care facilities within Havering and how you can apply, please contact Havering Direct on 01708 432 000 or 01708 434 343
or email info@havering.gov.uk

If you do not already have a named social worker, the first point of contact for this service is: Havering Social Services Direct Town Hall, Main Road, Romford RM1 3BC Tel: 01708 432 000 You can either telephone or call in at the Town Hall to talk to the duty officer

Classification(s):

Info last updated:

20/07/2011
Provider
Town Hall, Main Road, Romford, RM1 3BC