Our services

Our services for older people are wide ranging, running both from our centres in St Thomas and Mount Pleasant and across the City. Please click on a service from the list below for more information.

Staying Independent

Spending the day with us

  • West Exe Day Service

    The West Exe Day Care Service offers those who have a physical frailty the opportunity to socialise in an environment that is relaxed yet stimulating and supportive.

    East Exe Day Service

  • East Exe Day Service

    Similar to the West Exe Day service, the East Exe Day Service provides a place for people with physical disabilities. Stimulating activities, laughter and chat make for an interesting and entertaining day in a supportive environment.

    Park Club and Lane Club

  • Lane Club

    This service is for older people with moderate to more severe dementia and offers a friendly, quieter group setting, with an emphasis on one-to-one support and promoting a sense of wellbeing and safety. Ongoing support for family carers is also offered.
  • Park Club

    For older people with mild to moderate dementia. This friendly day service provides a high ratio of staff and volunteers to guests, helping with activities and offering one-to-one support.

Help when you need it most

Information and Advice

You can be assured of a professional, caring and confidential service when you contact our Information and Advice service. We can help with any matter about later life.

Information and Advice

Looking after yourself - personal care

Meeting people and making friends

  • Pop-in social groups

    Our Pop-in social groups are the ideal way to meet people and make new friends. We'd love to see you there!

    Pop-in social groups

  • VIPs

    If you're visually impaired, this friendly social group is for you.


  • Soundbase

    Hearing loss can make socialising daunting - that's where Soundbase comes in. Join our small, welcoming group and meet new friends.



Useful links

Age UK Exeter - useful links

A selection of useful websites relevant to older people.

Useful links

Related links

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Age Positive: rather than talk about ‘the elderly’, ‘pensioners’ or ‘OAPs’, which can be excluding or have negative connotations, we use the term ‘older people’. Age UK Exeter is committed to helping people love later life.

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