A dedicated team of highly qualified staff and experienced and skilled volunteers provide person-centred day care service to people with a diagnosis of dementia.
The service is registered with the Care Inspectorate since 2007 and was last inspected in June 2016.
You can view the report and find out other information on the Day Care Service at www.careinspectorate.com
The service is partly funded by the City of Edinburgh Council, client contributions and other sources of donations. It operates 5 days per week and provides 14 places per day, 70 places per week 50 weeks per year to people with a diagnosis of dementia from the designated catchment areas surrounding the center.
The aim of the service is to support people to remain in their own homes for as long as possible by
- Reducing social isolation
- Promoting independence
- Helping to provide a structure to their week
- Providing regular respite for carers and enabling them to carry out their role for longer
Referrals are received through Social Care Direct Tel: 0131 200-2324
Funding: Eric Liddell Day Care Service is partly funded by City of Edinburgh Council Health and Social Care department.
Other means of funding comes from charitable trusts, companies, and the general public. If you would like to help please see our fundraising page.