Manor Park Day Centre
Manor Park is a lifeline to many older people in slough and the surrounding area's, providing a safe, friendly and sociable environment. A range of services are provided which cater for social, physical, emotional and health needs, including Chiropody, Cardio - Vascular exercise classes and a toe nail cutting service. GP's and Distrct Nurses also attend the facility to carry out routine check - ups and adminster flu jabs during the patients regular day at the the centre. During the year, the centre provides a range of activities including flower arranging, quizzes, garden club, bingo, arts and crafts and board games. Staff and volunteers also take clients out on many trips; the Runnymede - Windsor boat trips including lunch, visits to local garden centres including lunch or lunch and party at the york clubin Windsor Great Park, plus a visit to the local Sikh temple to learn about different cultures within the area, include a special buffet lunch. The regular in-house entertainment programme has included performances by local theatre groups of Rock Around The Close, together with a Sing - Song with the clients favourite entertainer, Roy's Road Show. Special themed parties are also held, such as Halloween, Mothers Day and Easter, together with bonfire lunch. Manor Park Day Centre remains very popular - attendances are increasing and the Centre now has a waiting list, as there is insufficient space to accommodate more than 26 clients per day.
Manor Park Day Centre - Transport
Transport remains an integral part of Manor Park Day Centre's success. Our drivers and passenger assistants pick up clients at their homes from 8.30am and return them no later than 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. All transport staff are trained in disability awareness, ensuring maximum support and safety for clients. When picking up and dropping clients, transport staff can also carry out basic checks in the client's home environment, to ensure that all is well.
Who to contact
- 01753 529721
This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations