Soho House Culturally Sensitive Memory Cafe
April 3, 2017
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You are invited to the launch of Birmingham’s first Culturally Sensitive Memory Cafe on Thursday the 30th March 2017, which will be aimed at anyone caring for persons with dementia, or worried about someone’s memory, or if you just want to meet and socialise with other people who are, or have been affected by dementia.

After the launch the Soho House Memory Cafe will take place on the third Friday of every month.

For more information please email: info@pearlsupportnetwork.org.uk or call 0121 392 8634

Waterside, London
September 28, 2016
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Theresa Sedenu, customer, and Tola Pashi, carer, playing with beads during an activity session at Waterside (020 7358 5780) in London. Before using this image please contact the Home Manager to confirm the people featured still live/ work with Anchor.

Welcome to Waterside, London

Offering dementia care and residential care.

Anchor’s Waterside in Peckham, South East London is a trusted provider of residential care for elderly people, and we offer specialised services for elderly people who have dementia and physical disability.

Our care home’s well trained and helpful staff provide 24-hour care and support to help you maintain your chosen lifestyle, adapting as your needs change.

At Waterside, activities play an important role and we aim to enhance our residents’ quality of life by providing a varied range of social activities.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our catering, with our chef preparing meals daily from fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Set in an inner city location, in its own beautiful grounds, Waterside care home is close to local services and amenities, such as library, swimming pool, pub, shops, and nearby park.

Come and visit us at any time. We’re here to help and look forward to giving you a warm welcome.

Apex Care Homes Ltd.
September 28, 2016
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Welcome to Apex Care Homes Ltd.


Apex Care Homes operates 3 homes in Bedford and Luton, offering both residential and nursing care for a wide cross section of needs including:

Mental health | Learning disability | Dementia |

Learning disability and dementia | Physical disability

We care for service users both under and over 65.. The quality of care we provide is central to our family owned and run company, as we constantly strive and seek ways in which we can improve.

If you are looking for residential or nursing care for a relative we hope the information you find on our web site will help you to make the correct choice. Please browse through the site and contact us if you have any questions or would like to visit.

Alicia Nursing Home

Atwell House – Click here for more information on our learning disability unit


View Map and Contact DetailsClick to see a map of Alicia Nursing Home

Vacancies Click for information on vacancies at Alicia Nursing Home

CQC ReportsClick to see the latest Care Quality Commission report of Alicia Nursing Home

View Photo Gallery – Click to see a selection of photographs from Alicia Nursing Home

DownloadClick to download the ‘Statement of Purpose’ document for Alicia Nursing Home


 

Alicia Nursing Home

24th July 2015

 

Alicia Nursing Home is named after Alicia Eleanor Thasan, the owner’s mother

History and Service Category
Alicia is a purpose built home, named after the owner’s mother, which was opened in 1993 and has now merged with Wingfield House which is adjacent to Alicia and Atwell House and provides both nursing and residential care. It provides care across the three units to Service Users with physical disabilities, dementia, learning disability and mental health needs, both over and under 65 years of age.

Location
Located in the Leagrave area of Luton and within walking distance of Local Shops, Banks, Post Office, Library and the British Legion Club. The home is approximately one mile from junction 11 of the M1 motorway and easy access to Leagrave Railway Station.

Accommodation
The accommodation at Alicia is arranged on three floors, each floor being run as a separate unit with lounge and kitchenette facilities. There is a communal dining room on the ground floor. Offering 33 single and two shared rooms some with en suite facilities. Specially adapted bathrooms with Argo ‘hi-lo’ baths and special hoists are available for the needs of the Service Users. A Nurse call system with access to modern assistive technology is in situ to summon staff assistance when necessary and alert staff. Passenger lift to serve all floors. Wingfield Unit offers 24 single rooms making a total capacity of 61.

Facilities
• 24 hour care
• Qualified and experienced care and nursing staff. Training facilities for non experienced staff available.
• Open visiting
• GP, Optician and dentist visit regularly
• Chiropody, Dietician, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy services arranged as needed.
• Hairdresser and aromatherapist.
• Transport available on request

Day Centre
A purpose built day centre attached to Alicia managed by a day care manager provides recreational and daily living activities Monday to Friday for Service Users and also for the community, which includes daytrips and holidays where requested. Adapted minibuses are available to ensure service users can remain socially inclusive and to provide transport to and from the community.

Meals
Hot and cold meals are available. Varied and nutritious food is offered and individual variations are catered for including Asian and Afro-Caribbean food.

Uncle Phil’s Meals on Wheel’s
September 10, 2016
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Uncle Phil’s Meals on Wheel’s

By offering daily meals on wheels in Bedfordshire and Luton , UNCLE PHILL’S AFRO-CARRIBEAN DELIGHTS is helping the adult and elderly people of community who live alone and unable to cook food.

The meals can be hot and cold which is delivered three times a day and 7 days a week.

With a variety of culturally meals halal, British, Vegetarian and African Caribbean, we are committed to deliver fresh and nutritious to our customers (who meet our eligibility criteria), so they can enjoy independent lives in their homes.

Daily meals at home service

With door-to door transportation service, we offer quick meals at home service three times a day. The meal consists of a main meal and dessert, delivered on time at your home. All meals are prepared and delivered by UNCLE PHILL’S CARRIBEAN DELIGHTS.

Our services are for:

As a part of Social Enterprise, we deliver quality meals to people who are alone and have some mental, physical or learning disability. Our great meals on wheels service is ideal for those who are recently discharged from hospitals and need helping hand for cooking. In case you are alone and your care taker can’t cook food for you, then you can also get our meals at home.

Our meals

With a wide range of menu choices, we can deliver both hot and frozen meal, covering cultural and all dietary needs. If anyone has special dietary requirements like diabetic meals or soft foods, we cater all your specific requirements.

Frozen meals

If you don’t like hot meals, we also offer frozen pre-packed meals which will be delivered straight to your door daily. To ensure food safety frozen meals must be kept in a freezer for eating later.

Tea Time service

Beside hot meal on wheel service, We also offer tea time services. With little cost of £3.80 this is delivered daily with the meal and consists of a sandwich white or brown bread, and a cake, or a fruit or a yogurt and a Drink.

Cost

Our meals are available just from £3.80 – £6.75 as our mission is to help elderly or sick people so they can enjoy nutritious food and good health.

We accept cheque and debit cards, so you can easily enjoy our meals on wheels service on weekly or monthly basis.

How to apply?

To avail our great meals on wheels in Bedfordshire, just fill out our easy Assessment Form or call us @ 07580108566

Leeds Meals on Wheels Service
September 10, 2016
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If you have difficulty preparing your own meals or obtaining meals from anywhere else, Leeds Black Elders Association can deliver a nutritious meal to your home.

Leeds Black Elders Association delivers Community Meals which are provided by the Leeds City Council.  There is a wide choice of meals which include: African-Caribbean; Halal and vegetarian to name but a few.  All meals are culturally-sensitive and are freshly prepared daily and delivered by our friendly meals delivery staff, ready for you to eat .

The price of the meal will be in line with Social Services evaluation process

The meals on wheels service has been in operation since late 2002. The uptake of this scheme is extremely successful and Leeds Black Elders envisage the demand for this service will increase greatly in the future.

Service available to:

To any person aged over 55 and lives within the Leeds 6, 7, 8 and 9 area and who are in need of this service.

Delivery Days:

The Meals on Wheels service is available 6 days a week – Monday to Saturday.

Referral:

If you would like to be referred for this service, please contact the Leeds Black Elders Association office.  We can put this referral in for you quickly and the service can usually start the next day.

Delivery Times:

The meals are delivered between 11.30am and 2:00pm (on selected days as stated above).

Dietary Needs:

All dietary needs are catered for so please ensure that you inform us of your particular requirement when you contact us.

Payment Method:

All meals cost £4.50 per day for a hot meal, dessert and a free box of juice is also provided.  If you would like a light tea (usually sandwiches, dessert and fruit juice), this can be provided at an extra cost of  £2.50 and will be delivered at the same time as your hot meals.

The service-user will be sent a monthly invoice from the Leeds City Council for the cost of the meals.

If you require this service please contact:

Leeds Black Elders Association 

3 Reginald Terrace 

LEEDS

LS7 3EZ 

0113 2374332

Marcus Garvey Day Centre & Alzheimer’s Group
September 9, 2016
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Marcus Garvey Day Centre & Alzheimer’s Group
Lenton Boulevard
Nottingham
NG7 2BY

Telephone: 0115 915 0025

Fax: 0115 915 0025

The Marcus Garvey Day Centre & Alzheimer’s Group is a registered charity and was established in 1984. The charity provides social, leisure, cultural and educational activities appropriate to the needs and abilities of the individuals. It provides opportunities and access primarily for black elders who are isolated in their homes.

It promotes the welfare of the aged who are residents in the city of Nottingham, particularly those of African and African Caribbean origin, by providing day care, luncheon clubs facilities and reminisence therapy for elders with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Other beneficiaries of the service are elders who are aged 55 or more who may be incapacitated through strokes, arthritis, age and / or mobility related conditions which severely restrict their ability to function at home. They wish to remain in the community but would like support during the day by attending the day centre.

Definition of Organisation

We target people from an ethnic background

Primarily the elderly BME communities in the City of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Working in the Partnership Council area (Area 4)

We work city wide, regionally or nationally

We work in the City of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

South London Black Elderly Project (now The Hestia Age Activity Centre)
September 3, 2016
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We provide a multitude of services to older adults across London.

Our support includes practical and emotional support in the form of Floating Support where older adults are assisted to continue to live independently in their own homes. Day Centres which allow older adults to reduce isolation and partake in social activities and finally our Hospital Discharge Service which aims to ease the transition from hospital to home and reduce the risk of readmission.

How we help:

We work very closely with social services, local hospitals and the advice agencies to ensure that all older adults referred to us live a high quality of life and are as independent as possible.

In certain circumstances, older adults arrive into our services having never engaged with any health or social care professionals. Our staff take on this responsibility and successfully facilitate them to attain suitable housing, assist them with applying for entitled benefits, and put them in touch with befriending agencies as well as appropriate health professionals as required.

Day Centre Placements

These consist of services for older people that range from providing meals and directing them to receive physical care to ensuring there are opportunities for education, socialising and engaging with enjoyable activities. They can be formal or informal placements, with people either being referred or simply dropping in. We have two centres for older people, one in Lewisham and another in Wandsworth. Each has its own character and resource.

Ealing Hospital Discharge Service

Our Hospital Discharge Service aims to ease the transition from hospital to home for those who are physically ready for a discharge but may require additional support before returning home.

As such our staff and volunteers will ensure that there is sufficient access to food, gas, electric and health related supplies. Discharged older adults will also receive follow up visits to ensure that any longer-term needs are also being met.

Watford African Caribbean Association
September 2, 2016
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The United Friends Club (“UFC”) is the newest volunteer led project of the Watford African Caribbean Association. It has been designed for the 50 plus generation to address their needs in terms of health, well being, community and social engagement
The United Friends Club (“UFC”) is the newest volunteer led project of the Watford African Caribbean Association. It has been designed for the 50 plus generation to address their needs in terms of health, well being, community and social engagement.
“Together We Can Achieve” The Watford African Caribbean Association Limited is a registered charity. Charity Number 1144021 and
Company Limited by Guarantee Number 07618383.
 An energetic and vibrant environment
 Freshly prepared international dishes
 Health Seminars
 Day Trips
 Games
 Competitions
 Guest Speakers
 Current Affairs Debates
 A varied exercise programme including Tai Chi, Pilates and Yoga
 And Much More
Sheffield African and Caribbean Mental Health Association (SACMHA)
August 31, 2016
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Sheffield African Caribbean Mental Health Association

SACMHA is a charitable organisation established in 1988 in response to the mental health needs of people of African or Caribbean descent. They also offer they offer Day Care support to people from the community in need of assistance from the elderly age to youth, disability, financial hardship or social disadvantage.

SACMHA also recognises the need and role of carers in its service provision. SACMHA aims to provide a range of culturally appropriate services to both male and female from the age of 18. SACMHA will be responsive to the changing social care needs of the people and communities they serve.

Delivering this they provide a range of social and health care facilities, research, information, advice and education, on all aspects of mental and physical health amongst their beneficiaries.

Ashton Wynter and Teresa Levene 0114 2726393
Mon – Thurs 9.00am – 5.00pm Fri 9.00am – 4.30pm
Provides help in the home, a befriending and sitting service and one to one
support for carers including finance and budgeting, support to access other
services and services for those being cared for.

Winter – First Monday in the month 3.00pm – 5.00pm Summer – First Monday in the month 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Carers Group
Winter – First Monday in the month 3.00pm – 5.00pm
Summer – First Monday in the month 6.00pm – 8.00pm

Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (Kuumba Foundation)
August 29, 2016
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SACMHF is a charity which aims to support African and Caribbean people, along with their families who are affected by or recovering from mental ill health. We also deliver a range of culturally responsive services to support people to recover, become independent and access community resources.

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