Elderly Care Advice Goring
The Care Hub
Are you looking for Care Advice in Goring, Berkshire?
The Care Hub in Goring is ‘the place’ for people to congregate in Goring, Berkshire, if they are looking for adult support, company or advice on any aspects of care in the home. We are open Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
Dementia Action Week 21-17 May 2018
The Care Hub in Goring is hosting a full week of events for Dementia Action Week with proceeds going to The Alzheimer’s Society.
Please pop in to the Care Hub to find out more but here is our list of events for the week:
Monday 21 May Carer Pamper Day
Tuesday 22 May Dementia Friendly Movie Screenings
Weds 23 May Dementia Friends Information Sessions
Thurs 24 May Crafts and Games Day
Fri 25 May Reminiscence Day
Sat 26 May 1940s / 1950s STREET PARTY
What will the hub provide?
We run a range of clubs and educational sessions and are of course dementia friendly. We are a safe and caring environment for anyone needing that little helping hand or someone to turn to. We are looking forward to seeing our more senior community members back out and about in the village. They are missed and such an invaluable part of the village fabric and community.
We work with multiple agencies, providers and charities to give our community easy and regular access to what support is available. We hope to make all this information and support for easier to find and tap into via a single point of access.
We support families who are seeking care options for their loved ones and it has long been an ambition to have this ‘hub’ where we can meet as many people from the community as we can.
Melanie Meads, founder of Q1Care, is an active member of the Gap community and has been involved in many community services over the years, from being a school governor, working for a couple of the local businesses and being the treasurer for the scouts for a time. She is a dementia champion and is a member of the Dementia Action Alliance group in Reading. She offers regular dementia friends sessions and is an active fund raiser for the Alzheimer’s Society as well as supporting Marie Curie and other important charities.
Melanie says: “It is an honour and a privilege to be at the heart of caring for some inspirational individuals and we are so excited to now have a community hub in the village. We can’t wait to meet you and if we can assist you and your family, don’t hesitate to get in touch either by popping in or calling our head office on 01189 323 865. Alternatively you can email Melanie.Meads@q1care.co.uk “
Better Life products are now available to order via the Care Hub.
Better Life offer a wide range of solutions to help with everyday tasks from bathing, dressing, reading and writing, cooking, gardening and generally getting around. Everything has the aim of helping you to retain independence and support everyday needs.
Better Life also sell everyday disposable essentials and we can organise a regular order of these for you, for either delivery or collection.
So, if you are in need of disposables, a bath seat, a wheel chair or a specialist bed please pop in and chat with our team or give us a call on 01491 525639 who can administrate all orders on your behalf and provide you with a truly personal service.
We are pleased to be able to offer a range of Neal’s Yard Remedies for sale in the Care Hub.
Neal’s Yard’s vision is …”To bring the expertise of the apothecary and our holistic approach to health and beauty to people and communities.” We thought this fitted beautifully with our community vision too. Pop in to see what products we have in stock
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