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There are three council-run day centres in the borough, as well as day and social centres run by other providers.

Council-run day centres

The Access Project

The Access Project is a day centre based in Whitton. It provides care and support for people aged 18 to 65, with physical disabilities, neurological conditions, sensory loss and learning disabilities.

Address: Whitton Social Centre, 111a Kneller Road, Whitton, TW2 7DT

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Sheen Lane

Sheen Lane is a specialist day centre for people aged 60 and over with a physical disability, frailty and/or sensory loss or impairment. Our aim is to empower people to develop skills and maintain their personal independence both at home and in the community.

Address: 74 Sheen Lane, East Sheen, SW14 8LP

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The Woodville Centre

The Woodville Centre is a specialist day centre for adults aged 60 plus who have been diagnosed with moderate to severe dementia. A safe, secure and relaxing environment, the focus is on sensory stimulation and helping individuals stay as independent as possible for as long as possible.

Address: Woodville Road, Ham, TW10 7QW

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Other day and social centres

There are other day and social centres around the borough, run by other providers.

View full listings on Careplace.

Updated: 15 September 2021