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Find a Day Service in your local area.

Day services provide opportunities to meet others in a supportive environment, enabling you to enjoy your independence and get involved in a range of group or community activities. The service caters to different needs and can adapt activities to suit your interest and ability. Many people attend every day, taking advantage of the wide variety of activities across multiple sites. Others attend once or twice a week for specific interests or to meet with friends.


Day Centres Offering

Most Day centres offer a wide variety of activities, don't hesitate to get in touch with the centre for a detailed list; most offer.

  • Days Out including - Eating out, Boat trips, Shopping, Swimming, Bowling, and Places of interest.
  • Social events and Activities, including - Singalongs, Music, Board and Card games, Quizzes, Workshops, Cookery, Flower arranging, Arts and crafts, Storytelling, Puzzles, Dancing, Snooker, Exercises and Chair-based exercise
  • Outdoor Games/Activities, including - Sports, Bowling, Games, Gardening 
  • Talks and Discussion Sessions - Speakers are invited to hold talks on topics of interest which help to support people's health and well-being.
  • Kitchen and coffee bar.
  • Sensory room, which can provide massage, aromatherapy or therapeutic exercises.
  • Dementia Activities -  Includes an Alzheimer's group, reminiscence and memory work, and activities designed to stimulate and encourage them.

At all our centres, you can benefit from 

  • Meals: You can have meals with us at the centre. We cater for a range of dietary needs. There is a charge for meals.
  • Personal care: We provide personal care to those who require it in a dignified and respectful manner. All our staff are fully trained in this area of care.
  • Person-centred cares - We try to accommodate individual requests made by citizens, for example, suggestions made regarding activities they would like to participate in.

Contacts

You can contact our day care and residential Centres online by clicking below.

Contact Day Services


Black and Minority Ethnic Day Services

The services listed below cater to adults over 65 years, primarily from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds.

Other Services

Evergreen Day Centre

Evergreen is the creative, visual, performing arts day centre for people with learning difficulties in Nottingham City.

About the Centre

The Acorn Resource Centre in Hyson Green provides day services for people with physical and sensory impairments. The centre is part of the Mary Potter Centre on Gregory Boulevard.

During your first few weeks at the Acorn Resource Centre, we will work closely with you to assess your needs. We aim to support you to work towards your goals and to help you have as much independence as possible.

We will also maintain close links with your carers, and give support and advice where needed.

We provide an activity-based service with links to other agencies. We can put you in touch with other organisations that can help you. You are assigned a Keyworker, who will ensure that you get the most out of your attendance at the Acorn Resource Centre. If you have any problems or issues, please speak to your Keyworker.

How the Acorn Resource Centre can benefit you

The Centre aims to develop, maintain and prevent the loss of a person's independence by helping people to rebuild their confidence, increase socialisation and an overall improvement in their quality of life.

At the Acorn Resource Centre, our services are built around you. Everything from meals and transport to activities and leisure time is tailored to provide you with quality care and enjoyable experience.

How to find us

  • Public Transport - To access the centre please catch the tram, stopping at the Forest Recreation Ground, or the Nottingham City Transport L12.

The Acorn Resource Centre
Mary Potter Centre
Gregory Boulevard
Nottingham
NG7 5HY

Tel: 0115 883 8070

 

About the Centre

Albany House Day Service, in St Ann's, provides support to people with:

  • Physical and sensory
  • Mental health
  • Learning disabilities
  • Specialist dementia support

During your first few weeks at Albany House Day Service, we will work closely with you to assess your needs.

We aim to support you to work towards your goals and to help you have as much independence as possible. We will also maintain close links with your carers, and give support and advice where needed.

We provide an activity-based service with links to other agencies. We can put you in touch with other organisations that can help you.

You are assigned a Key worker, who will ensure that you get the most out of your attendance at Albany House Day Service. If you have any problems or issues, please speak to your Key worker.

How Albany House Day Service can benefit you

The Centre aims to develop, maintain and prevent the loss of a person's independence by helping people to rebuild your confidence, increase your social life and an overall improvement in your quality of life.

At Albany House, our services are built around you. Everything from meals and transport to activities and leisure time is tailored to provide you with quality care and enjoyable experience.

The building is modern with state-of-the-art facilities:

  • For bathing and showering
  • An induction loop system
  • Internet access
  • Gardens with raised flower beds
  • Outdoor seating areas

All rooms, toilet areas and outside areas are accessible and user-friendly for wheelchair users.

How to find us

  • Public Transport - To access the centre please catch Nottingham City Transport Number 24, 25, 26, 27 

Albany House
Orby Close
St Ann's
Nottingham
NG3 2FP

Tel: 0115 915 2471

About the Centre

The Martin Jackaman Centre, in Aspley, provides specialist care for citizens with physical, sensory and learning disabilities to help them lead healthy, active and independent lives.

Upon admission to the service, citizens will be assessed to ensure that all of their individual needs are met throughout the day. We will maintain close links with carers to give full support and advice where needed. We provide an activity based service with links to other agencies. We are able to put you in touch with other organisations that can help you. You are assigned a Keyworker, who will ensure that you get the most out of your attendance at The Martin Jackaman Centre. If you have any problems or issues please speak to your assigned Keyworker or a member of the management team.

How to find us

  • Public Transport - To access the centre please catch Nottingham City Transport Number 77

The Martin Jackaman Centre
62 Robins Wood Road
Aspley
Nottingham
NG8 3LD

Tel: 0115 876 1030

About The Centre

The Willows Day Centre, in Beechdale, provides facilities and support to people aged over 50 years from various backgrounds. During your first few weeks at The Willows Day Service, we will work closely with you to assess your needs.

Our aim is to support you to work towards your goals and to help you have as much independence as possible. We will also maintain close links with your carers, and give support and advice where needed.

We provide an activity-based service with links to other agencies. We are able to put you in touch with other organisations that can help you. You are assigned a Key worker who will help to settle you into the unit and ensure you get the most out of your attendance at The Willows Day Service.

If you have any problems or issues, please speak to your Key worker.

How to Find Us

  • Public transport. To access the centre please catch Nottingham City Transport Number L3, L4, L11, 28 or Y 28.

The Willows Day Service
Ambergate Road
Beechdale
Nottingham
NG8 3GD

Tel: 0115 915 3993