What is the Meeting Centre?
The Droitwich Spa Meeting Centre is a totally member focussed group where all the activities and daily discussions are designed to interact and engage with the members.
We provide Carer Discussion Groups which give the carers an opportunity to talk with other carers and centre staff, and to get involved with the centre activities as much or as little as they want.
The ultimate objective of the meeting centre is to give members and carers the tools and emotional support to adapt to the diagnosis, and for their continued wellbeing to live well with dementia.
Our regular activities include:
Daily discussions on current affairs and notable dates.
Stimulating activies include, Tai Chi, Hand Therapy, Zumba, Reminiscing, Jenga, Action Songs (Simon Says… and Kathryn’s Kinetic Kix), Octyband, Parachute, Hoopla, Music Therapy, Woodwork, Arts and Crafts, Skittles
We also organise special events, including:
Royal Wedding Indoor Street Party
Pamela May Canal Trip [watch the video]
Visits from Neighbourhood Watch – 4 PCOS and a Police Dog
National Beer Day with Ploughmans Lunch
“Cinema” at the centre
Can I attend the Meeting Centre?
You can attend the Meeting Centre if:
- You have been diagnosed with mild or moderate dementia.
- You live in Droitwich Spa or the surrounding areas.
(If you live outside of these areas, please still contact us as we may have places available and can offer you advice.)