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Day centres

Day centres reopening 

We are pleased to let you know that day services are open again and resuming face to face group activity in the community and at the day centres.

Social distancing, PPE, and infection control measures will be in place. Due to these safety measures, we have had to reduce the number of visits per person per week that we can accommodate but this enables the centres to allow as many people as possible to attend. 

New referrals are welcome, but please be aware that as capacity is reduced it may take a while before an activity can be scheduled. We will be monitoring and reviewing the capacity in line with staff availability, local and national guidance relating to Covid-19.

The pandemic has changed how most services and organisations operated, and day services are no different. The new remote ways of working will stay, offering an extra element of support for those who can’t or don’t want to attend the centres and over the coming months we aim to develop a hybrid model for all age groups working with commissioned and in-house day services.  

Day centres are places for older people, disabled people or people who need extra support to take part in activities, catch up with friends and have lunch or a cup of tea.

Some centres offer chiropody or hairdressing for a small charge, or arrange trips out for groups of their visitors.

Some offer accessible transport to get to and from the day centre.

Some day centres and their activities are open to everyone. Other centres are more specialised and we would need to assess you before you could use them or take part in their activities. See Assessing your care needs

Day centres in Hammersmith & Fulham

This list is those services that you may be referred to following an assessment to determine what is right for you and your needs.

Adults living with learning difficulties

Options day service

This service helps adults with learning difficulties develop skills to continue living at home and access a range of services and community facilities. Attendance subject to assessment.

280 Goldhawk Road London W12
020 8749 9602
Fax: 020 8749 8285

HF Mencap

Various projects including MyLife – some of these can be accessed directly via HF Mencap and don’t require a referral.

65 Aspenlea Road, Fulham, London, W6 8LH
0208 748 5168
info@hfmencap.org
www.hfmencap.org 

Adults living with mental health issues

Ellerslie Road Day Centre

Council in-house day service for people with mental health issues accepts referrals only from community mental health teams (CHMTs)

50 Ellerslie Road Shepherds Bush, W12 7BW
020 8753 2894

Adults (including older people)

Imperial Wharf Resource Centre

Olive House, 185 Townmead Road, London SW6 2JY
020 7384 6950

Elgin Close Resource Centre

Day centre catering for older people and those living with Dementia. Also have additional services, activities and trips.

1-3 Elgin Close, off Goldhawk Rd, W12 9NH

Nubian Life Resource Centre

Day centre for African, Caribbean and Asian elders, including people living with complex health conditions.

50 Commonwealth Avenue, W12 7Q
020 8749 8017
www.nubian-life.org.uk 

St Vincent’s Day Centre

Specialist day care for older people diagnosed with Dementia run by the Alzheimer’s Society.

49 Queen Caroline Street, W6 9QH
020 8563 0001
www.alzheimers.org.uk

Adults living with physical disability

Imperial Wharf Resource Centre

Olive House, 185 Townmead Road, London SW6 2JY
020 7384 6950

Last updated: 18/11/2021