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day centre

A facility in the UK run by social services, a healthcare organisation or a voluntary organisation, which provides care, mental stimulation and activities for individuals who need support during the day, and which also provides respite for the individual’s carer(s).
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The top floor is comprised of a roof terrace and four more classrooms, one of them for groups of visiting schoolchildren who are taught on the premises, and share in the life and activities of the home and day centre for one-week periods.
Her life is Tremorfa Day Centre and always has been," she said.
If anyone wants more information about the day centre, I would encourage them to contact me by email: cardiffandvale@alzheimers.
50 for children, with all proceeds from sales and activities at the event donated to the day centre to provide activities for service users.
It's wonderful recognition for Waverley Day Centre.
But a spokesman for Birmingham City Council said: "The Harmony Day Centre receives a grant from the council to support a number of elderly people.
The bus's catalytic converter was stolen while it was parked in the car park of the day centre in Upper Garth Gardens.
MAKING WAVES: Huddersfield Masonic Lodge worshipful master Ian Pattinson, left, presents a cheque for pounds 2,500 to Liam Centino, of Waves day centre, Slaithwaite, with Tony Greenwood, Sydney Morris, Manjit Singh, Clr.
The Shiremoor Day Centre is open every day including weekends.
But others, like Roy Wakelam, of the Liverpool Special Needs Athletics Club, spoke up for members of the day centre in Fairfield.
The Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin's north inner city is distributing 500 meals a day as the recession continues to hit the most vulnerable in society.
A third Birmingham day centre for adults with learning disabilities could be closed by the city's cash-strapped social services.