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Safe Haven Dementia Centre

Safe Haven Dementia Centre

About this provider

Safe Haven Dementia Centre provides daily respite for carers of people with dementia and memory loss/confusion.

Our clients can attend half-day and full-day sessions from Monday to Thursday, between the hours of 10am and 5pm.

Session prices include all person-centred activities, specialist dementia therapies and entertainment, along with breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and other refreshments throughout the day.

All of our staff are experienced at working with people with mild symptoms of dementia, such as some memory loss or confusion, right through to the severe stages, and are recruited specifically for their extremely caring and understanding natures.

Safe Haven provides a home-from-home experience in a spacious, relaxing and warm environment, where clients can be themselves while feeling safe and secure.

Contact details

Address:
Totteridge Baptist Church, Hillary Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP13 7RA

Telephone:
01494 854399

Email:
enquiries@safehavendementiacentre.co.uk

Website:
www.safehavendementiacentre.co.uk

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