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Day care and day opportunities

Day opportunities and day care are a great way to meet others and get out of the house for a few hours. It includes a range of activities, the chance to socialise and may include a meal.

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ARC (Autism Resource Centre)

ARC is a sensory friendly and nurturing life skills centre that provides a bespoke therapeutic and training environment for young people and adults who have ASC and/or other complex needs.

Astor Court

Astor Court, Extra Care Housing consists of 30 self contained one and two bedroom flats. Each flat has its own front door, bedroom(s), lounge, kitchen and bathroom including WC and shower.

Astor Hall - Care Home

Under the Mayhaven Care umbrella, Astor Hall is a family-run care home near Stoke Village that provides accommodation for people who require personal care (not nursing). This care home has been running for longer than 50 years and is situated within the conservation area of Stoke in a traditional Victorian building. We provide care mainly for younger physically disabled adults (18-65 years old) and for older physically disabled (65+ years old) We also provide Respite and a Day Care Service.

Day opportunities for people over 50 - Age UK Plymouth

We have Active Living Centres in Mount Gould (Adult Day Care) and Plymstock (Dementia Day Care) where older people can meet others with others for activities, good company and social engagement.

Dementia Day Care - Age UK Plymouth

Age UK Plymouth's Dementia Centre offers a range of specialist services for people over 50 who have dementia, plus respite and support for their carers.

Dewi-Sant Care Home

Dewi-Sant is a 34 bed residential home, situated in Mannamead area of Plymouth. It specialises in dementia and other complex conditions, supported by a versatile facility and team of trained professionals.

Plymouth Day Opportunities

Ambito in Plymouth is a service providing support to disabled people at home, in a day service setting and in the community.

Plymouth Highbury Trust

Plymouth Highbury Trust was formed in 1956 under the name of Plymouth Mencap Society and was then affiliated to National Mencap. The thirty founding members were parents of children with a learning disability.

The DOVE Project

The DOVE Project is a leading and innovative organisation offering a range of personalised, outcome-based care and support packages throughout Devon, Plymouth and Cornwall.

The Filo Project

We predominantly support older people living with early to moderate dementia by providing meaningful, sociable and regular days out in an intimate home setting.

The National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society (NAS) is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their Families.

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