Sheen Lane Day Centre

The Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. The Centre is closed on weekends and public holidays.

Sheen Lane Day Centre is a Centre of Excellence for individuals aged 60 plus with a physical disability/frailty, and/or sensory loss or impairment. Sheen Lane offers a person-centred approach to all individuals who attend.

You will be allocated a key worker who will work with them to develop a person-centred plan designed around their needs and preferences. This includes:

  • Accessing the community
  • Administering medication
  • Help with personal care

We work with other professionals to offer rehabilitation which can help maintain long term independence. This can include mobility, living skills and referrals to occupational therapists and physiotherapists, if needed. We can also help with prescribed exercise programmes. 

Facilities:

  • A safe, clean and friendly environment
  • Wheelchair access to all parts of the building
  • Adapted shower and toilets
  • Loop system
  • Therapy room
  • Purpose built ADL kitchen
  • Hot, nutritionally balanced two-course meal is available for an additional charge (specialist diets included)
  • Information leaflets
  • Door-to-door accessible transport (with driver and escort)
  • Comfortable hairdressing salon with hairdressing available twice weekly
  • Monthly church service and prayer area.

Activities:

  • Cooking
  • Exercise groups led by trained tutors including falls prevention
  • iPad sessions
  • Outings and shopping trips
  • Aromatherapy/reflexology and relaxation
  • Bingo (including musical bingo)
  • Flower arranging and card making
  • Crosswords and quizzes
  • Darts/skittles
  • Discussion groups/visiting speakers and poetry
  • Choir/informal sing along sessions and regular entertainment
  • Youtube sessions and Wii games.

How it works

If you are thinking about attending the centre, you will need to have an assessment first. Having an assessment is free of charge and it can help you and others understand your needs better and it will help you think through the options. If you are eligible for care and support from the Council, they will support you to develop a personalised plan that sets out what's important to you and how you want to be supported. 

Even if you’re not eligible for support from the Council, they will always give you information and advice tailored to your circumstances and let you know if there are any other services which may be able to help you. 


 

How much it will cost

You will most likely have to pay something towards your care, how much you pay will depend on your individual circumstances. If you are eligible for financial support from the Council, they will work out how much you can contribute towards the cost of attending the centre. You will still need to pay for the full cost of any meal that you receive.

 

If you are not eligible for financial support from the Council, you can still attend the centre but will have to pay the full cost every month:  

  • Attendance with return transport is £66
  • Attendance with one way transport is £60
  • Attendance with no transport is £55

The cost of day care attendance for out of borough clients is £76 per day.

Cost per meal is £5.40 for Richmond residents and £9 for out of borough clients. 

Try the service

Contact us about a taster day including free transport to and from the centre. You will have to pay for lunch if you decide to have lunch at the day centre on your taster day.

Useful contacts:

Sheen Lane Day Centre
Address: 74 Sheen Lane, Sheen SW14 8LP
Phone: 020 8876 1706
Email: sheendaycentre@richmond.gov.uk

Richmond Council Adult Access Team
Address: Adult Social Services, Civic Centre, 44 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BZ
Phone: 020 8891 7971
Minicom: 18001 020 8891 7971
Email: adultsocialservices@richmond.gov.uk