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We provide a range of fun, creative, educational and recreational activities for people with a learning disability, sensory impairment, Dementia or mental health condition. Our activities are suited to all ages and abilities.
The Strength and Stamina Chair Aerobics provides a friendly environment for people to do some gentle exercise. It’s a place for friends to meet over a cup of tea and enjoy some fun games.
0114 265 5145
Care2Care Dementia Day Care is a day care service for adult and older people with dementia (including early onset dementia), including those in receipt of Individual Budgets. Services Provided: The day service offers a friendly place for people with dementia to socialise and take part…
Please call us or leave a message on: 0114 288 6989. You can also send a message to: email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you. Dave Cooper Project Design & Development Stocksbridge Community Care Group.
0114 288 6989
Our day care service is located within the beautiful surroundings of Tapton Hall. We offer a personalised service for older people who enjoy the independence of living in their own home, but may want the company and support during the day. Our day service provides…
We are offering people living with dementia and their carers a variety of activities on the Farm, sessions limited to households/covid bubbles
Free weekly groups for adults over the age of 50 take place every Wednesday at Ecclesall Library. If you love watching, playing or talking about sport come along to this group. Share your memories or watching or playing sport. Bring along sporting memorabilia to share…
The Memory Café is aimed at supporting adults with early stage Dementia and their carers.
0114 327 9727
The For-Get-Me-Nots Singing Group is there to for anyone needing an uplift in life, to meet friendly people and have some fun. No singing experience necessary.
07946 436 163
***CURRENTLY HAPPENING OVER ZOOM DUE TO THE PANDEMIC - EMAIL LEE ON LEE@HEELEYFARM.ORG.UK*** This carers group, specifically for the carers of people living with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), is a space where carers can come and a chat with people who are going through similar experiences. Everything said in the group is in the strictest confidence in a relaxed and calm environment
0114 258 0482
A Day Centre based in a community venues. At Holmes Adult Carer Service our venues are based in a pub/club environment as we believe the venues stimulate socialisation and provides a familiar and comfortable setting for our attendees
Sheffield Mind run a weekly dementia friendly vintage tea room for people with mild to moderate dementia. The tearoom is free and all tea, coffee and cakes are complimentary. We welcome and encourage family members and carers and provide a safe, friendly and relaxing environment with peer support and reminiscence activities.
Our Dementia Project JABADAO is a fun, friendly group for people with mid to late stage dementia and accompanying carers. The group is run by trained volunteers who engaging people in the activity no matter how frail or how boisterous.
LiveWell at Home is a free service for anyone aged 55 or over who lives in Sheffield. Our aim is to enable older people in Sheffield to live independently in their own home. We offer a range of flexible support on anything related to housing or health, including: support following discharge from hospital; advice on how to maximise income, apply for grants and benefits, and manage debt; finding a new home, including help to move; a 17-point ‘Home Check’; mental health; loneliness and isolation, help to quit smoking and cut down on alcohol.
Manor and Castle Development Trust (MCDT) provides ‘cradle to grave’ support to the local community, including access to employment, training, education and health and wellbeing.
A private resource centre that offers day time activities, employment support and opportunities predominantly but not solely for adults with a learning disability. Also caters for older people, people with mental health issues and people with physical impairment and/or sensory impairments, dementia aged 16 years…