HIBISCUS DAY CARE SERVICES FOR ELDERS
‘ Do you work full time and wish to know your elderly parent or
loved one is in safe hands during the day?
‘ Do you want to reduce your anxiety by knowing that your elderly
parent relative goes to a day centre where they will be cared for
throughout the day?
‘ Are you a carer and need a break from care giving duties whilst
knowing that your loved one is in good hands‘?
Hibiscus is a specialist service day care provider for older
adults who can no longer manage independently or who
are isolated and lonely. They are enabled to socialise while
still receiving much needed care services at the same time.
Q We offer planned programmes and activities designed to promote well being.
Activities available include: arts and crafts, gentle exercise, health checks and
talks, tai-chi and complementary therapies, line dancing, quadrille dance, bingo
and dominoes. Regular trips and short holidays are organized throughout the year.
Q We operate in a safe, supportive and cheerful environment.
Q We provide nutritious meals that accommodate special diets and refreshments
throughout the day.
Q We enable older adults with the opportunity to get out oi the house and receive
both mental and social stimulation.
Q We give carers a much-needed break to attend personal need or simply to rest
Q We provide sale‘ convenient, reliable transport which is wheelchair accessible.
To find out more about our services please call Hibiscus
Centre on D208 519 6159 or email hibiscuscentre@gmai|.com.
Take a step in improving he quality of life for your loved one and give usa call.
Hibiscus Community Centre, Buckingham Road. Stratford, London E15 ISP
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