Health and wellbeing activities at new dementia day care centre

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Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton are now taking advance bookings for a new dementia day care service which includes lots of health and wellbeing activities for the person you are caring for.

The range of activities that your loved one will be encouraged to join in with will be varied according to the season, personal taste and the ability retained by the individual. They might like to join us in:

  • Gardening on raised beds
  • Singing
  • Gentle walking
  • Reminiscence
  • Listening to music and poetry
  • Story telling and being read to
  • Painting and other arts and crafts
  • Chair based exercise
  • Tai-chi
  • Puzzles and games
  • Drama
  • Mindfulness and relaxation
  • Watching classic movies and old television show favourites
  • Dancing
  • Outings (all risk assessed and safely escorted)
  • Just chatting to other people and our staff

All of this will take place at The Poppy Centre, a modern, light, clean, fresh and airy building which is specifically adapted for older people with physical disabilities and dementia. It is all on one level and incorporates a walk\wheel in shower room, accessible toilets, a chiropody room etc. It has a commercial standard kitchen serving meals, refreshments and snacks.

The Centre features dementia-friendly room colouring and signage, so that it is easy for people to find their way around. The Centre also has a large garden with raised beds and a greenhouse so that older people can nurture plants and flowers and enjoy the outdoor areas and activities such as barbecues and fresh air exercise classes. It’s a wonderful place that’s full of life, hope and joy.

You can entrust the safety and care of the person you love from 8am until 6pm on any or all weekdays.

To book a place, to find out more about pricing or to discuss your requirements please call 0151 330 5678 or email

The Poppy Centre has private parking available and is located at 179 Townsend Lane, Clubmoor, Liverpool L13 9DY.

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