St Luke’s Community Centre Dementia Day Service provides support and friendship for people aged 55+ in the City of London area that are living with early stage memory issues. It is available for those who are self-funding.

It is a place where our members enjoy a day out, share a cooked lunch and join in the activities, providing the opportunity to spend quality time with others.

We encourage people to continue to lead an independent life with daily activities and services that encourage self-esteem and self-fulfilment. A day at our centre can provide companionship and participation in staffed activities such as music and exercise programs.

If you are a carer, a day for your loved one at St Luke’s can also provide a much-needed break.

What St Luke’s has to offer:

• At St Luke’s people with memory issues are included in the activities with our wider membership, ensuring an inclusive service.
• Friendly and supportive staff trained in dementia with many years’ experience.
• We can provide a minibus pick-up and drop-off service.
• We provide nutritious lunches, including vegetarian options. Diners can choose from a three-course menu or a light meal. Tea and coffee are always available.
• Regular activities are organised; chiropody and massage available by appointment; film club; keep fit sessions; members’ lounge; library.
• Regular therapies aimed at those with memory-loss issues include music therapy and Reminiscence.

Activities include music, art, dance, entertainment, discussion and support sessions.

Please contact us on 020 7549 8181 or email [email protected] for further information.