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New term at Seva Day Care – enrol now!

For some time, Seva Care has offered individuals the chance to study selected courses in-house at the Day Centre, in partnership with North West London College.

 

From September 7th, people at the Day Centre will be able to study for a BTEC award in I.T. Technology on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On Wednesdays and Fridays, tutors will visit the centre to help service users study for the OCR Certificate in Life and Living Skills, and the City and Guilds Adult Numeracy course.

 

Emma Bains, Manager for Day Care Services, comments ‘We are happy to support these courses as they are lively and interactive and make learning fun and enjoyable’

 

The tutors from the college are specialised in supporting clients with learning disabilities and special needs. The interactive sessions provide up to ten clients the opportunity to learn independent learning skills.

 

For more information or to book your place on a course, call 0208 4222 999.

 

 

 

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5 Star specialised respite & residential care service arrives!

Seva Care is delighted to announce the opening of their eagerly awaited new respite and residential service in North Wembley.    Clarendon House offers first class accommodation for to up to six people; all bedrooms are en-suite and can also accommodate those with combined physical disabilities.

 

 

Seva Care Director Pritesh Suchdev comments, ‘Clarendon House has been long overdue to the residents of Brent, Harrow, Hillingdon and other neighbouring boroughs. We were encouraged by local authorities to provide such a service and we are delighted to have done so. We aim to make Clarendon House a true respite home that provides an extremely important and well needed service when local authorities cutbacks have made respite placements difficult to find’.

 

Clarendon House is holding its first open day in October 2012. Please call 0208 4222 999 for more information.

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First prize awarded to Seva sports team at UKAWC tournament

A team of sportsmen and women from the Seva Day Care Service joined more than 50 people from other Day Care centres across the Borough at a sporting challenge organized by the UK Asian Women’s Conference (UKAWC) in Harrow. The event, held to support and encourage people with disabilities and involve them in the community is now in its 21st year, and was attended by the Mayor of Harrow, Councillor Nizam Ismail, and reporters from the Harrow Observer. Events across the day included a relay, skittle match and overhead football challenge, plus a vegetarian banquet once all the hard work was over.  After the tournament, medals, trophies and t-shirts were presented to all participants by the Mayor. Trophies were handed out by the Mayor to all teams.

 

 

The winning team returned to the Day Centre holding aloft their trophy, chanting ‘We won! We won!’ to a chorus of cheers.

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Day Centre Diamond Jubilee celebrations are a great success

Staff and clients alike celebrated the Queen’s diamond jubilee with great gusto on Friday 1st June. With great preparation and anticipation, everyone arrived at the Centre in the spirit of the day dressed jubilantly in red, white, and blue, and enjoyed live music from our resident keyboard player, Kay.

 

 

Movies of the Queen’s early years, her Coronation, and Silver Jubilee were played on large screens throughout the day and all the tables were decorated for a grand luncheon in the honour of the Queen. We had traditional cupcakes with handmade union jacks together with traditional English lunch and drinks.

 

Staff and clients wore crowns, tiaras and sparkling jewellery and clients made union jack flags which they proudly waved throughout the day whilst singing and dancing along to the music.

 

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Meat free at Sussex House!

Sussex House supported living service now operates a vegetarian-only kitchen at the wish of its Gujarati residents.

Esther Olorunfemi, Manager of Home Care for Seva, comments ‘Providing cultural specific homes is something Seva Care specialises in. Certain cultures have been reluctant to access care services out of fear that their cultural needs, i.e. diet, will not be met. We are delighted that Sussex House has through the wishes of its residents become vegetarian only’.

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Sevacare service user helps promote our services

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Nottingham care workers go the extra mile

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Seva Care launches Take Action Plan

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