Orchard Day Care Centre in Epsom, Surrey

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Orchard Centre, Epsom, Surrey

Orchard Centre

We offer a friendly day club in which everyone is a valuable part of the team.

The Orchard Centre in Epsom, Surrey, is a purpose-built day club with a friendly, lively and fun atmosphere. We offer flexible and personalised daytime care for people aged 50 and over with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia.

Our experienced team provides specialist care that focuses on each individual’s abilities and interests. We want people to enjoy themselves while they’re here, so we offer lots of different activities and encourage members to do whatever they feel like doing each day. We're always trying out new things and we like to get to know everyone’s sense of humour so we can have a good laugh!

We offer a flexible service for day club members and their families. We’re open Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm.

Every member of the day club plays an important role in the daily life of the club and gets to have a say in the service we provide. Members choose what activities we offer, help to organise parties and lend a hand with everyday tasks like washing up, cleaning and gardening. Getting involved in these things helps members to stay as independent and active as possible.

 

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