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Wren Day Cente

Wren Service is a service ained at older people who live in the London Borough of Hillingdon who require support as they may be at risk of social isolation due to their complex needs and dementia.

Admission to the centre is through Adult Social Care Direct on 01895 556633. All admissions are identified by an assessment of care needs undertaken by a social worker in the Older People's social work team.

Please contact June Daniell Day Service Manager for further information about th service 01895 558696.

There is a charge for meals, tea, coffee and soft drinks.

The full charge to attend the centre varies each year. You will have a financial assessment to see how much you need to pay. 

Umbrella org:
London Borough of Hillingdon
Contact name:
June Daniell
01895 558696

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Day Centres enable older people to remain in the community by maintaining or improving the quality of life of the older person - or their carer - through social contact and therapeutic activities. Specialist day centre providing a service to those over 65 with mild to moderate dementia 3 days per week and those under 65 with dementia 2 days per week. You should contact Croydon Council, Social Services for Adults for a full care needs assessment.

Please also see Age Concern's factsheets for further information:
FS41 - Local authority assessment for community care services.
FS46 - Paying for care and support at home.

You may also be entitled to a disability benefit, please see:
FS34 - Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance.

Factsheets are available from the freephone information line; 0800 00 99 66.

For some people later in their life the cells in the brain that are related to mental ability become damaged, causing a gradual decrease in the ability to think and remember. When this happens it is referred to as dementia. Dementia is a non-specific illness syndrome (set of signs and symptoms) in which affected areas of cognition may be memory, attention, language, and problem solving.