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Age UK West Sussex - Daybreak services

Age UK West Sussex offers the Daybreak services Specialising in respite for Carers
of people with dementia.

We run weekly sessions Every Tuesday in Burgess Hill at the Cherry Tree Centre and Every Wednesday at The Yews Community centre in Haywards Heath our sessions run from 10am to 3pm and provide carers of people living with Dementia this respite and our days are filled with a varied activities programme to promote physical and mental stimulation all of our members also receive a two course hot meal during their day.



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07904 977 251



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