23/3/20 - Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), our day services are currently closed until further notice for the safety of all members and staff. We hope they will be open as soon as it is safe to do so.
Our day services offer the highest quality care and support to older people in a variety of settings in rural areas.
Day services offers door to door transport, recreational and lifelong learning activities, a full meal and refreshments and social opportunities. Day services also provides respite facilities for carers.
Our day services in Bakewell, Hope, and Hulland Ward are funded by Derbyshire County Council.
"Coming to the day centre is the focal point of my week, something to look forward to and give structure to my week."
Private places are available in all three venues.
In February 2018, Peak FM ran a campaign to end lonelines call #dontdancealone. As part of this campaign presenter, Richie Pearson visited the Bakewell Day Centre. His report helpfully explains what the Day Centre is all about.
Who is it for?
Our day services offer the highest quality care and support to older people in a variety of settings in rural areas:
- Bakewell and surrounding villages
- Hulland Ward and area
- Hope Valley
Referral is via Adult Care, Derbyshire County Council. Under Fair Access to Care standards you must meet the eligibility criteria for risk categorised as ‘critical’ and ‘substantial’.
Our Information and Advice Service can help you get an assessment of your needs and any benefits you may be entitled to.
What are the day services?
A flexible day service where you can come along relax meet new people and make friends in a warm, friendly and safe environment.
What are the benefits?
- Reduced isolation and improved self-confidence, social skills, communication and motivation
- Improved nutrition and monitoring of older people at risk of malnutrition
- Reduced risk of elder abuse due to monitoring and support for carers
- Increased activity levels leading to improved physical fitness, balance, co-ordination, personal care and physical control
- Intellectual stimulation from activities and new experiences, trips and discussions reducing incidents of depression and improving outlook
What are the charges?
For details of current charges, or for private places, please contact the relevant manager as listed below:
How do I find out more?
If you would like to find out more please contact:
Bakewell Day Services
Telephone: 01629 813 221
Day care sessions: Tuesday – Friday.
Caroline Court Day Service
Telephone: 01433 621 887
Day care sessions: Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Hulland Ward Day Service
Hulland Ward Village Hall
Telephone: 01335 372 811 (or contact Bakewell Day Centre)
Day care session: Thursdays.
If you have any concerns about whether an older person, or yourself, is being abused or neglected, please see our safeguarding adults page for help. We are committed to preventing the abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults.