St Hilda’s is able to offer personal budget holders services within the following projects:

Sonali Gardens
Day Care Centre

Older People’s Project

Shebadan Domiciliary Care

Breaks for Carers

Inspire Project

Boundary Women’s Project

Sonali Gardens Day Centre offers culturally appropriate, person-centred care and support for older people and other adults in Bangladeshi and other communities.

Older People’s Project aims to reduce isolation through social, practical and emotional support. A place to meet new people, enjoy a cup of tea and a chat with friends, as well as accessing services and activities.

Shebadan Domiciliary Care provides culturally appropriate domiciliary care in Bangladeshi and other communities.

Short Term & Flexible Breaks for Carers enables carers to access respite that meet their personal or family needs by the provision of day centre ‘placements’ or domiciliary care for the cared for person.

Inspire Project promotes the well-being of Bangladeshi women who are socially isolated and experiencing mental health problems.

Boundary Women’s Project provides a tailored and confidential one-to-one support service.

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