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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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Catherine left her mum with Michael and drove with her dad Dai, 52, for a special visit to Swansea's Longfields Daycentre for people with cerebral palsy where Catherine is patron.
Daycentres for elderly persons, primarily at residential and treatment homes (per September 2015 daycentre places for elderly persons during the day: 69 and daycentre places for elderly persons in the afternoon/evening: 6).
36 and places at work training: 27 and the number of persons who require transport to a psychiatric daycentre per September 2015: 11).
The transportation to and from the day center hosted seen as an integrated part of daycentre inquires.
Notice of Contract Award: Transport daycentre users
The massive reduction in funding for everything from home help to daycentres shatters minister Paul Burstow's promise to pump in extra cash.