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Day Clubs

With life expectancy rising, more and more of us find we need assistance as we age. Adult day clubs are designed for older adults who can no longer manage independently, or who are isolated and lonely. They enable seniors to socialise with others while still receiving needed care services. At the same time, they offer care givers a break from caregiving during while knowing that their loved one is in good hands.

All of our care homes have a day club for local elderly residents. The centres give elderly people who live in the local community an opportunity to enjoy an alternative, comfortable, safe and stimulating environment where they can meet new people.

Our Day Clubs offer older people a range of activities, helping them to continue to live in their own home or with their family or carer. Our day clubs provide a welcoming, comfortable and safe environment. We offer practical and therapeutic support and the opportunity for you to:

- enjoy the variety of activities provided;

- develop and practice your skills;

- find out about the things you can and cannot manage; and

- get access to a variety of health and care services.

The day clubs are accessible by all and have their own grounds, with a garden or patio area. Toilet and bathroom facilities are available throughout and are fully accessible for people with disabilities or for those who are in wheelchairs.

What is a Day Club?

Our Day Club is a planned program of activities design to promote well-being through social and health-related service. Day Clubs operate during daytime hours, Monday to Sunday in a safe, supportive and cheerful environment. Nutritious meals that accommodate special diets can be made available too along with afternoon snacks.

The intent of our Day Club is primarily two-fold:

- To provide old adults an opportunity to get out of the house and receive both mental and social stimulation;

- To give caregivers a much-needed break in which to attend to personal needs or simply rest and relax.

Day Club activities include:

- speakers and theme days

- knitting

- exercise and relaxation classes

- video shows

- cookery

- painting and coloring sessions

- crosswords, dominoes and plenty of other word games

- visits from the mobile library

- gardening

- internet and computing classes

Other support at the day clubs

We can make arrangements for day club visitors to meet a wide range of professional including:

- visits from the district nurse

- visits from the GP

- your social worker

- the chiropodist

- the mobile optician

- the community psychiatric nurse

- and many more

Do I have to pay?

We have to charge for the day service we offer. The charge is based on individual circumstances.

The day care/club service charge includes Lunch and Snacks. Additional meals would be charged as extra

Further information

To find out more, you can contact your nearest Day Club by either visiting us in person or by calling us on the number below:

St Martins, Coventry CV2: 02476 621298

The Leys, Northampton NN3: 01604 642030

West View, Glen Parva, Leicester LE2: 0116 277 3896

Portland House, Kirby Muxloe, Leicester LE9: 0116 239 3056

St Martins
189 Woodway Lane

Tel: 02476 621298
The Leys
63 Booth Rise

Tel: 01604 642030
West View
136 Leicester Road
Glen Parva

Tel: 0116 277 3896
Portland House
Portland Road
Kirby Muxloe

Tel: 0116 239 3056
Long Lea
113 The Long Shoot
CV11 6JG

Tel: 02476 370 553
Alston House
Alston House
380 Aylestone Road

Tel: 0116 291 5601
The Magnolia
6 Monsell Drive

Tel: 0116 283 3344
  • The Leys
    All too often we hear negative reports about care for the elderly. I would like to say something positive about the care home that my mother in law lived in. Sadly, she passed away in April 2014, but she lived at The Leys, Booth Rise, Northampton, for the last six and a half years of her life. They showed her nothing but compassion, affection and respect. The staff were dedicated, friendly and always treated everyone with respect. People who choose to be carers are really special people. I sincerely thank all the staff at The Leys for the excellent care they gave to my mother in law.

    – Eileen (Daughter-in-law of Service User)

  • West View

    The home is very clean and never smells. The staff are very kind to residents and to myself. The food is very good an lots of encouragement to eat is given by the staff. Health and safety always being attended to. Activities for people with dementia I have only put good because they cant always participate due to the demand so only good. I feel I can always ask staff for support. Mum was in other home this is much better and Abbey the manager is excellent

    – Susan B (Daughter of Service User)

  • West View

    I would like to thank the home for providing Bert with a home he was very happy in. Also for giving Bert your time to visit him in hospital; Bert really appreciated this. Thank you for your kindness you showed me towards the last few weeks of Berts life. It was a great comfort. Thanks again!

    – Pat B (Friend of Service User)