DAY CARE CENTRES
Day care centres offer various social activities for senior citizens (60+). Most centres offer lunch, chiropody, exercise classes, laundry service and a hairdressing salon - all at a minimum charge to the member. Transport can be provided in some cases. Entry (Except Friends Meeting House, Colomberie, where direct contact is requested) is on the recommendation of GP or Health Care Team for the Elderly.
COST: charges vary according to centre
CONTACT: Rachel McBride Tel:443044
POPLARS DAY CARE CENTRE, WESTMOUNT
The centre can provide social day respite with fully trained staff in attendance.
SANDYBROOK DAY CARE CENTRE, ST LAWRENCE
Offers a day respite care service .
Referral by own GP or Managers assessment.
ABBEYFIELD JERSEY SOCIETY
Provides residential accommodation in a combination of bed-sitting rooms and flats for those who wish to have independent living in a managed environment. There is a full-time manager/housekeeper and meals and general support are provided.
There is also a guest room available for resident’s visitors to use.
Contact: Abbeyfield House and Lynton Nelson Avenue, St. Helier, JE2 4PD
Saturday Club – held at the Poplars from 9 – 3.30pm weekly.
There is also a Carers Group.
Contact: Tel: 443075
Offers support to families and carers through a network of volunteers.
FAMILY NURSING AND HOME CARE
( see Health Care )
HEADWAY (JERSEY) BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION
Offers support to families and carers through a network of volunteers. Arranges local outings.
Contact : email: firstname.lastname@example.org
HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES
Residential or nursing respite services can be arranged.
Contact : Social Services
EYECAN (formally Jersey Blind Society)
Westlea Centre for visually handicaped, Rue du Huquet, St Martin
The day centre operates on Tuesdays and Thursdays providing various activities and lunch.
Residential accommodation is available for short stays for holidays and convalescence.
Contact: Tel: 864689
JERSEY CHESHIRE HOME
Rope Walk, off Green Street, St. Helier, provides accommodation for disabled persons of both sexes ranging from young adults to persons of a more mature age, with various disabilities. In addition the home has a Respite Care Suite that is available to both local residents and visitors to the island. This can be booked for any period of up to 3 weeks with no minimum period. Users of the Respite Suite are welcome to join in with the Home’s activities or go on any of the outings organised by the Home (the latter subject to availability)
Carers HelpLine: Tel: 07797 755295
JERSEY HOSPICE CARE
Provides 24 hour care, free of charge, for those suffering from Cancer and Motor Neurone disease.
Contact: Tel: 876555
Clarkson House, Mont Cochon, St. Helier JE2 3JB
Provides support and assistance to families with a member with learning difficulties.
Respite care is available to both adults and children.
Contact: Tel: 866622
JERSEY STROKE CLUB
Provides a social forum for people who have had a stroke to meet for varied activities.
Meetings are held fortnightly on Tuesday afternoons at St. Andrews Community Center, First Tower.
LE GEYT SERVICES
Offers respite as part of sheltered employment.
Contact: Social Services at Maison Le Pape. Tel:443500
Les Amis’ main aim is to provide care and support in residential settings to adults with learning disabilities. They offer homely environments in which people are free to express themselves and make choices by gaining skills which enable them to participate and contribute to their local community as equal and valued members.
Respite services are provided for adults with learning disabilities at Five Oaks in two areas. The Lodge - a service for those more able or the younger of the client group giving a total of 6 bedrooms in all, and the Garden Flat, providing 2 rooms that provide respite facilities for adults with profound physical disabilities, in addition to learning disabilities.
Respite is provided in three key areas:
a. As a transition to permanent accommodation within other Les Amis services
b. In the event of an emergency within the home or within the lives of either service user or carer, and
c. As a means to social inclusion for those living with carers in an isolated setting. They currently provide respite to approximately 30 individuals and their families, with a considerable number of others currently undergoing the referral process.
Tel at all hours:519955
Email:email@example.com web site: www.lesamis.org
MAISON des LANDES HOTEL
This is a charitable Trust funded by the Lions Club of Jersey. The Trust runs a holiday hotel catering for disabled guests and their families or escorts, in accommodation which has been specially designed to meet the needs of the disabled. The hotel has a large heated indoor pool with special wheelchairs, a ramped side and a hoist for easy access, with hotel staff on hand to assist guests into the pool and there are daily outings.
Holidays are offered for between 7 and 14 nights duration. Reservations should be made as early as possible.
Contact: Maison des Landes Hotel Tel: 481683
METHODIST HOMES FOR THE AGED
Provides homely accommodation for the elderly, of any denomination and belief, at Maison La Corderie, St. Helier, and Stuart Court , St. Lawrence.
Short stay facilities are also available.
Contact: The Administrator Tel: 872454
Maison La Corderie, Green Street, St. Helier
LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR
Provides residential care for the elderly and day facilities.
Contact: Tel: 875960
Jeanne Jugan Residence, New St. Johns Road, St. Helier
MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE ASSOCIATION (JERSEY)
Arranges volunteer help in the home.
NURSING AGENCIES and RESIDENTIAL CARE HOMES
See yellow pages or ask a social worker at Social Services