About us

We believe that older people have the right to inclusion, independence and choice. We offer a high quality, safe and caring environment for all who attend the centre. Our aim is to support them to continue to live independently in the community. We provide person centred care and assistance, working together with carers and families to support their individual needs.

Our staff are friendly, committed and qualified and are led by an experienced Day Services Manager. All staff and volunteers are subjected to a DBS check (formerly known as CRB). We work within the Service User Charter that underpins the ethos of the centre.

We provide a service to the areas surrounding Kings Heath in Birmingham, particularly the B14/B13 postcodes. However if individuals from outside those areas have a means of transport and wish to attend we are very happy to look at the possibilities.

Referrals (two options available)

  • Birmingham City Council Social Worker Assessment
  • Self-Referral

Charges apply for either of these options. If you wish to make your own enquiries about funding support, you can ring ACAP (Adults and Communities Access Point) on 0121 303 1234 to ask whether you are eligible for a Birmingham City Council contribution towards the service charge.

Trustees

Established in July 2009, we are since 2015 an independently registered charity, with our own board of trustees. These are:

David Ritchie CB (Chair)
Tony Price (Treasurer)
June McDonaldson (Secretary)
Kim Hancock
Des Workman
Kath Isaac JP

The Robin Centre is situated within All Saints Centre, in the heart of Kings Heath. It is a purpose built centre attached to the historic All Saints Church and fronted by the beautiful newly developed Village Square.

Legal status of the Robin Centre:

The Robin Centre is a Registered Charity in England No: 1161844

All Saints Church is the Church of England (Anglican) Parish Church of Kings Heath. The Robin Centre is open to members of all faiths and none.