Westmead Day Service

At Westmead we have a dedicated, trained team who can support long term health conditions, with a full programme of personalised rehabilitation to support individuals to achieve their personal goals.

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How do we work?

Our service at Westmead is customer lead. We listen to how people want the service to look, feel and run and actively encourage our customers to lead on projects, planning sessions and identifying daily activities.

Here are some of the activities that we offer…

  • Games and quizzes
  • Seated exercise
  • Arts and crafts including pottery
  • Gardening
  • Cooking
  • Woodwork
  • Photography
  • Rebound therapy
  • Trips to local attractions
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We have a large and fully accessible garden that offers individuals the opportunity to relax and enjoy a bit of fresh air or do some gardening.

We also have an exercise area which gives people access to a range of equipment to help maintain fitness and mobility. We will support individuals with any physio plans they may have.

To speak to a Westmead Day Service team member, call 0118 989 4032


We have always received such a kind and friendly welcome as a whole family to Westmead. You have all been so accommodating and flexible in meeting (my husband’s) needs and he really enjoys his cooking with you.

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Celebrating Dignity Action Day 

The team and people we support at Westmead Community Lives service marked Dignity Action Day with a "Digni-FREE" display.
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Enjoying a selection of fruit

Westmead join in Nutrition and Hydration week

People at Westmead took the opportunity during Nutrition and Hydration week to talk about the importance of nutrition and hydration. They tried a variety of healthy foods and drinks and shared resources.

One person liked the smoothie so much he said he was going to get some to enjoy at home. Another said “It was nice to try different fruits that you wouldn’t have everyday”

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Will's Woodwork

We spoke to Will, who is living with Multiple Sclerosis, about his experiences of attending Westmead three days a week, where he has been able to revive his skills and interests and share his talents.

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