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Day care centres

There are a number of day care centres in Hull for older people or people with physical disabilities. Day care centres aim to improve health and well being, and promote activities to stimulate physical and mental health and fitness.

Day care centres offer you the opportunity to meet other people and take part in new activities. They help you maintain your independence, social inclusion and links with the community. They also allow your carer or family to have some time for themselves.

All centres specialise in assisting people with specific needs such as physical disability, learning disabilities, dementia or frail older people.

Our centres provide day support by way of personal care and activities which are usually part of a package of care after an assessment. You can go to a day care centre for a few hours or the entire day.

We run the centres and all our staff are trained to a high standard in care.

Costs for day care

The cost of day care is charged at a daily rate, the daily rate doesn’t include the charge for lunch, refreshments, transport or activities. You will be required to have a Fairer Charging Financial Assessment to calculate how much you can afford to pay towards the cost of your Adult Care and Support Services. You will need to pay for your lunch, refreshments, transport or activities directly to your day care centre.

More information about fairer charges

More information about personal budgets

Referral to a day centre

To make a referral for day care, please contact an information officer at The Wilson Centre on 01482 300 300 or call into The Wilson Centre. They will arrange an assessment of needs with you. We can offer day care to people that if they are assessed as substantial or critically in need of support to remain within the community.

More information about The Wilson Centre

Day care centres in Hull

Highfield Resource Centre - Highfield Resource Centre provides day services for older people in parts of north and east Hull and the Bransholme and Sutton area.

Highfield Resource Centre is behind the Netherhall NHS facility on Wawne Road. Highfield Resource Centre and Netherhall share a drive. Please note Highfield Resource Centre is unsigned off Wawne Road.

Highfield Resource Centre
Wawne Road
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Tel: 01482 612 600

Nicholson House - Nicholson House provides day services to older people in East Hull.

Nicholson House
97 Mirfield Grove
Sutton Way
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Tel: 01482 612 431

Pennine Centre - Pennine Centre is a modern, purpose built care home and day centre which provides services for people with a physical disability.

Pennine Day Centre
Pennine Way
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Tel: 01482 612 307

Contact us

To make a referral for day care, please contact an information officer at The Wilson Centre -

The Wilson Centre
Hull City Council
Alfred Gelder Street
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Telephone: 01482 300 300
Text phone: 01482 300 349

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