As a result of Covid-19, at present the Heather Club is not able to provide its usual twice weekly day care facility. However, our fabulous team of volunteers are still on hand to help with any queries you have so please do get in touch .
We will update our website as soon as we have news on when we can re-open again. In the meantime, please keep safe, take care of each other and we look forward to being together again very soon.
The Heather Club
A Stimulating Day Care Centre for Adults with Dementia
The Heather Club offers sociability and stimulation to people living with memory loss and early stage dementia providing respite to their carers, by providing a range of activities in a day centre twice a week. We deliver a friendly, happy, caring and safe environment for our members whilst providing an environment of unconditional positive regard engaging in activities to help stimulate memories in a professional, compassionate and inclusive way.
Programs & Services
For only £22 / day our members get:
Escorted door-to-door transport
A friendly, happy, caring and safe environment
Morning and afternoon refreshments
Solo activities like puzzles and word associations
Supervised painting, colouring and craftwork
A cooked 2 course lunch
Stimulating physical games
Group activities like quizzes, singing and dancing with volunteers
Activities, Crafts and Games
Hot, two-course lunch
Who We Are
The Heather Club offers cognitive stimulation, sociability/friendliness and enjoyment to people living with memory loss and early stage dementia, and respite to their carers for up to two days a week. In a relaxed and happy atmosphere, it provides, a range of activities including; table games, art/crafts, memory and physical exercise, entertainment and outings.
From personal experience, we understand the importance of support and respite, both to members living with memory loss and early stage dementia and those who care for them. The Heather Club believe that for two days a week, members are offered cognitive stimulation, resulting in a sense of community, reducing isolation and affirming their sense of identity thus making a significant contribution to their well-being and quality of life.
The club was launched in 1981 to help anyone with memory, communication, or thinking impairment to maintain some independence, make friendships and uphold social skills and in the process to enable carers to have some respite from their duties
It is a registered charity (no 1015598) with trustees all of whom have been involved in voluntary organisations for many years.