163 Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NG3 1AX
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Elderly Day Care Service
Pakistan Centre in partnership with the City of Nottingham Adult
Services Department provides Day Care provision for Muslim elders who
may be suffering from physical or sensory disabilities, have mental
health needs, are socially isolated, or have other health issues.
These provisions aim to promote independence, self confidence and assess needs to improve quality of life amongst the elder members of our community.
The Day Centre is open three days a week on:
Tuesday- 9.30am to 3pm
Wednesday- 9:30am to 3pm
Thursday- 9:30am to 3pm
activities of the Day Centre include:
Annually, there is an Eid Party in which the programme includes tilawat, naat and poetry, followed by a big feast.
- Chair based exercise and
games encouraging gentle physical movements and social interaction
- Reading and relaxation
- Focus groups/talks and
discussion groups in relation to health and wellbeing
- Hot meals/drinks
- Prayer facilities
Social outings to places such as Wollaton Park and Trent Bridge
There is also a Muslim Men’s Luncheon Club which runs at the Pakistan Centre
three days a week for the elderly aged over 60. This service operates a drop in
and is a very popular provision reducing social isolation and promoting social
capital where elders make their own way to the Centre to meet their peer group.
Transport is provided for frail and disabled persons and trained staff are available to provide assistance and support.
provision can be accessed through normal Adult Services referral system
or contact Ajaib Hussain, Day Care Services Manager on 0115 9582973.
For more information on the Elderly Day Care Service, please click HERE or download our leaflet HERE