At TDC we are very keen to work collaboratively with all services/organisations that support the socially isolated and people living with dementia and their carers, particularly in the areas of Surrey and West Susesx. It is important to us that we are able to offer continutity of support from other services, and as our guests needs change that we can signpost our guests and their carers to other valuable services.
Jubilee House is part of award winning provider, Care UK – one of the UK’s most successful care home operators with over 35 years’ experience of delivering high quality care to older people.
Rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Jubilee House provides quality residential dementia and nursing dementia care, as well as sensitive end of life care. Our highly trained and experienced teams support residents each day to the full. We get to know you like a member of our own family, so we can tailor all aspects of your care and lifestyle to suit your unique needs, interests and preferences.
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Seniors Helping Seniors
The Hunter Centre
The Hunter Centre is a charity established to support those living with Dementia in Haslemere and the surrounding areas. No County boundaries exist and everyone is welcome who feels they could benefit from being in a small friendly community which understands the problems associated with Dementia. The day care facility operates from 10am until 4pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Most clients have medium to high needs but an assessment is carried out by the Operations Manager or Deputy with their Carer present on a first visit to the Centre for all parties to decide if they feel it is the best place to be.
Socialisation for the clients is important as are activities to stimulate their brains and this will be discussed at a first visit. Once registered at the Centre, Carers can finally feel they can comfortably leave their loved ones for a few hours for some much needed respite
The Hunter Centre, Marjorie Gray Hall, Grayswood Road, Haslemere, Surrey GU27 2BW
For people with memory problems, their partners, friends or carers. At Rowley’s Centre for the Community Victoria Road, Cranleigh GU6 8NT. On the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month from 10:30 – 12:00. It will be led by Barbara who has 11 years experience. Refreshments will be provided. £4.00 per session. Please contact Carol on either 01483 278214 or 07775 865125 for more details. Do stay for snacks or lunch afterwards – you will need to book this on 01483 277155
On Friday morning at Rowley’s Centre for the Community Victoria Road, Cranleigh GU6 8NT from 10.30 – 12.30 where people will be able to come with their loved ones and leave them for a couple of hours. Please contact Carol on either 01483 278214 or 07775 865125 for more details.
Careline Pendant Alarms
The Careline personal alarm allows you to continue to live independently whilst knowing that, if you have an accident or feel unwell, help is at hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Nominated family members, neighbours, friends or the emergency services can be alerted to a problem, giving you reassurance that help is on its way at the touch of a button. If you live alone, feel vulnerable, are living with a disability, are a victim of crime or are simply nervous about having an accident in your home or garden, the Careline personal alarm can help you regain your confidence and peace of mind.