Bassetlaw Day Services offers services to a wide group of people, covering an age range of nineteen upwards. We offer an imaginative and flexible service for people, who require close support and supervision and to people who are working towards living as independently as possible in their local community. We offer day services across two sites in Worksop. We aim to make each day for people who access our service an enjoyable experience. We offer a range of stimulating activities designed to meet individual support needs and give new experiences in a safe environment through social, recreational and educational activities.
Facilities at Albion Close
We have a wide range of facilities on offer including a salon, sensory room, activity rooms, a well-equipped art and craft room, comfortable lounges and a spacious dining room. The building has a full catering service and an excellent choice of hot and cold meals are available.
Bassetlaw Day Services
Facilities at the Community Resource within Worksop Library
The day service opened in 2010 and is a modern fully equipped building with a computer suite, art and craft room, spacious lounges, several multi- purpose activity rooms and an accessible enclosed garden. The day service can provide an excellant choice of hot and cold meals. The barista café located within the Library also offers an excellent choice of food and drinks throughout the day.
The Connect Service- can help you by finding info about local services, activities & opportunities. If needed, Connect staff can work with you around money issues, housing problems, health management & other things. This short-term support will be tailored to your needs & will focus on achieving what you want in a way that suits you.
If after exploring these options you feel you may need more support, then you might need to have a Care & Support Assessment. This will allow you to explain the things you are finding hard to achieve & we will discuss with you how we might be able to help you.
The aim of the assessment will always be to help you regain or maintain a level of independence. We will carry out the assessment in the most proportionate way depending on your needs, this could be over the telephone or at one of our clinics.
Please contact us on 0300 500 80 80, an advisor can help you with your options and may complete a referral for a care and support assessment.
Aurora provides support to people affected by cancer and long term health conditions.We share information and advice, arrange counselling, signpost support groups, courses and exercise classes. We also offer professional beauty treatments and holistic therapies and advice on skin care and hair loss, to help boost self-esteem and self-confidence whilst undergoing, and recovering from cancer treatments.
The Aurora centre is open Monday - Friday 09.30 am - 4.30pm
Provides respite care for carers of those with a physical or learning disability, Alzheimer's or elderly frail who wish to remain in their own home. Offer individual care packages which supplement/complement existing statutory services and work closely with them. Provide trained care support workers to work in the community.
Here at Central Notts Mind our Peer Support Services offer for you to be supported by others who really do understand. Someone who is equal to you and has similar but not necessarily the same experiences.
We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
We offer peer support offers a variety of activities that aim to bring people together.
Evening Social Group
Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem.But hundreds of thousands of people are still struggling to get the support they need. Still unable to access the services that could change their life. Still facing prejudice and misunderstanding.
Mind believes no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’ll listen, give you support and advice, and fight your corner. And we’ll push for a better deal and respect for everyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Barnby Court Care Home is a 25 bedded care home offering Dementia, Residential, Respite and End of Life care. Residents have a choice of lounge areas which feature comfortable and specially designed furnishings.
Boughton Manor supports 33 people who have dementia or complex mental health needs in later life. Staffing levels aim to provide all those who live with us with the maximum support they may need on a daily basis. On each shift we have one nurse, 5 care staff, and can provide specialist one to one care if required. We have a team that works within the kitchen and a team of domestics who also provide laundry services.
Specialisms: Dementia, Caring for Adults over 65 years, Mental Health Conditions
We are committed to providing a quality service to our tight knit community and only recruit people who share our values and our determination to deliver this promise. Minor illnesses are normally cared for in the home and we have immediate access to the local GP’s and the district nursing team if required. In more serious cases however, residents may be referred to hospital for treatment.
The cafe is at 10.15am when you will be able to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and cake whilst making new friends.
There is also a Support Worker from Christians Against Poverty (a debt counselling organisation) in the team if you require that service. At 11.15am there will be various activities lasting an hour on a rolling monthly cycle, subject to change.
You can also stay over for our ‘Lunch on Mondays’ where you can enjoy a 2 course meal for just £5.
Know anyone with a chronic illness? We are here to support them. We run online support groups , support groups in the community, a carepack scheme , buddy schemes for hospital visits and appointments and empowerment days
Are you in the Nottinghamshire, Cheshire or Manchester area?
Could you volunteer a spare afternoon or evening or anytime at all ?
CISFA is desperately looking for volunteers to help with carboot sales , craft fairs and support groups . Have a laugh whilst meeting new people. Are you a crafter or have a talent ? We are also looking for donations for craft stalls and care packs . If you can help message us here or firstname.lastname@example.org
Care Home Advisor is a website for the consumer (usually someone thinking of entering a care home or their relative) to understand quickly and clearly who the best care providers are so they can make an informed judgement.
CareHomeAdvisor is a website for the consumer (usually someone thinking of entering a care home or their relative) to understand quickly and clearly who the best care providers are so they can make an informed judgement. We only cover nursing and residential care homes for older people (over 65), including dementia homes. Entry into a home is often a result of an emergency with the decision made in a short time frame, so having access to the right facts all in one place and to the right people who can give informed advice is critical.
How we can help
Independent – we are owned by LaingBuisson, the healthcare market intelligence provider that supplies the Office for National Statistics with data on the independent healthcare market. We are not aligned with any care home provider, we do not allow advertising by any care home provider on our home page and we are endorsed by organisations such as Age UK, Saga and Ipsos MORI who run Your Care Rating.
Impartial – we don’t use TripAdvisor type rankings. We use data from LaingBuisson, the Care Quality Commission, NHS Choices, Your Care Rating, Food Standards Agency and Health & Safety Executive. We do this because judging the quality of care is not as straightforward as judging the quality of a restaurant or hotel – it is complex and emotional and we therefore focus on objective, moderated facts and the views of experts in care.
Real-time – our website is linked directly to the underlying databases so if anything changes, our website updates itself immediately so you always have the latest and most accurate view on any home.
For anyone feeling isolated, vulnerable or lonely in their own home. Short term support in the following areas-:
Physical & mental health-Keeping active, support to maintain contacts with family & friends, preventing falls, support to manage long term health conditions
Finances- Supporting to budget, benefits applications, advice on Lasting Powers of Attorney
Social interaction-Support to find local activities, clubs & leisure
Housing Support to maintain tenancy, housing applications, support to move house, Home Safety-Support with aids & adaptions, repairs, gardening
Maintaining independence to improve self confidence.
Drop In Details: Monday: 1- 4 Sandy lane ( Worksop )
Tuesday 11.00-4.00 Oasis Community Centre ( Worksop )
Thursday 09.30 - 11.30 ( Harworth town hall )
Friday 11.00 - 4.00 Cosmic Cottage ( Retford Grove Street - Cosmic Cafe )
CROSSING CENTRE, NEWCASTLE STREET, WORKSOP, Notts,
Caring for someone with dementia can be an isolating experience for carers. As a group we share our experiences with others who may require support. We invite professional speakers to our coffee mornings to pass onto us relevant useful information. Tuesdays 10am-12pm at The Crossing, Newcastle Avenue, Worksop
Accessible transport can usually be provided by the scheme if necessary. All meals are freshly cooked on the premises and consist of three courses. Aimed at people over 60 who live in their own homes, to promote independent living. …
Open to people in Bassetlaw and Newark and Sherwood. Variety of activities, a light lunch and coffee, tea and biscuits. Members without a carer have to be able to look after themselves. Meetings: Tuesdays and Fridays, 12.00 noon-3.30pm, The Beeches Community Centre, Birch Court, Tuxford, Newark, NG22 0NG: £7 charge for two course lunch, refreshments and activities. The venues have level access, meetings are on the ground floor and there are wheelchair-accessible toilets. There are induction/hearing loop system.
Admiral Nurses provide the specialist dementia support that families need. When things get challenging or difficult, our nurses work alongside the entire family, giving them one-to-one support, expert guidance and practical solutions.
The unique dementia expertise and experience an Admiral Nurse brings is a lifeline – it helps families to live more positively with dementia in the present, and to face the challenges of tomorrow with more confidence and less fear.