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Bertha James Day Centre

Bertha James Day Centre is named after Bromley’s prominent Mayor of the 1960’s and has been providing care and support to Bromley’s senior citizens since 1972. With capacity for fifty to sixty clients, the Centre strives to offer the widest possible range of facilities and services to help individuals and their families lead fuller, more rewarding lives. From simple social functions to complex care duties, the Centre provides everything it can to serve health and happiness to Bromley’s elders.

11 December 2017
Care, Charity
Local Alliances:
Bromley Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

Bertha James Day Centre has over a forty year history of helping thousands of local elderly people across Bromley.  We support elderly, often vulnerable adults, helping them to socialise in a safe friendly environment whilst providing often-needed care and assistance - be it help with bathing to getting a prescription right.

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Due to current changes our client group will have more dependancy on the services to support them in their enviroment.  In the Borough of Bromley, there are more clients with dementia, therefore we will need to adapt to the various changes.

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2. Actions

  • Training Members of staff

    Dementia Awareness for staff.   All staff to be full trained, to ensure that they are confident to support clients with dementia.

  • Additional Signage at the Centre

    Awareness.  With the increase in male clients.  Having more sign in the centre, i.e Yellow footprint in the male toilets, to ensure that they can see clearly their way out from the toilets.  Easy exit.

  • Reviewing Clients Needs/Banding

    Due to the severity in clients needs, to ensure that all front line staff raise awareness so that clients reviews/banding can be updated accordingly.