Quality Day Care at the Heart of Kings Heath
The Robin Centre in Kings Heath, Birmingham, is a purpose built modern day centre established in July 2009. We provide care and respite for older people, some of whom have been diagnosed with dementia. We are fully equipped to support people with dementia and others in a comfortable, safe environment. Our dedicated staff are experienced and qualified. A day at the centre includes opportunities for friendship and engagement in a wide variety of activities. It also provides valuable respite for carers who can have a day’s break knowing that their loved ones are being well looked after.
There are vacancies, and support funding may be available. Contact the Robin Centre Manager for more information and help in applying - phone 0121 483 4400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weekly open hour for enquirers
Every Monday (except Bank holidays) we are open between 3.00-4.00pm for anyone who wishes to look round the centre and meet the staff/ask questions. No appointments necessary.
The Robin Centre
2 Vicarage Road
Birmingham B14 7RA
Every day our designated Ring and Ride and Shencare buses collect any of our members who need transport to the Centre, and take them home at the end of the day. A member of our staff is on hand to help members who need support getting to and onto the bus, which also has a tailgate lift. A small daily charge is made for this service.
On arrival at the Centre, members are offered a light breakfast. There is a two course lunch every day and tea and biscuits before departure. Cold drinks are available to anyone needing them, at any time of the day.
Manager: Paula McGrath
Deputy Manager: Sally Pell
Care Workers: Dawn Driver, Jakki Field, Aaron Hillan, John Kehoe, Stacey Thomas,
Domestic: Marke Stephenson.
Volunteers : Gillian Parkin, Wendy Shields, Barbara Hudson, Greg Mason & Amanda Ross-Wallis
There is a full programme of activities for our members, though if they prefer not to take part that is no problem. We offer a light exercise activity every day, and every morning and afternoon there are also craft, games or entertainment sessions.