BAME Health and Well-Being Hub

BAME - Health and Well-Being Hub is a multi-cultural day centre which caters for the physical and social needs of elders by offering a provision which is appropriate to their individual needs.

It's aims are:

  • To establish a multi-cultural environment; equality of opportunity and provision of care, which is appropriate to individual needs and will work towards equal opportunity for all.
  • To encourage and motivate users to develop their full potential.
  • To provide social, recreational and intellectual activities.
  • To accommodate religious and dietary needs within the centre.

BAME - Health and Well-Being Hub is to be used as a model of good practice, one in which the needs of ethnic minority older people are understood and provision appropriate to those needs are offered.

The work of the centre has influenced mainstream services so that appropriate provision can be made available in the anticipation of growth in the ethnic minority older people population.

How to join the centre

  • BAME Health and Well-Being Hub takes referrals from various sources.
  • You will then be visited by a Social Worker who will assess you.
  • This assessment will determine whether you fit the criteria to attend the centre.
  • You would be allocated a time and day to attend a pre-visit at the centre.  This will allow the service-user to decide whether they would like to attend the centre on a regular basis or not.

The Centre is situated on Reginald Terrace, off Chapeltown Road, Leeds LS7 3EZ.It is a purpose-built centre and was established at the same time as Leeds Black Elders Association in 1991. It is a single storey building with wheel chair access to all parts.

The centre is opened six days a week Monday-Saturday 8:30am-4:30pm.

Contact number: 0113 3784892

 

Assessments & Referrals

Once contact is made with the Leeds Black Elders Association an initial assessment will be carried out on the service user, this will determine the individual's needs.

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Contact LBEA

Tel: 0113-2374332
Fax: 0113-237 4313
Email: contact us via our email form

Address: 3 Reginald Terrace, Leeds, LS7 3EZ

Here to Stay - Videos

First Impressions

Where did you Work

Why Come to Leeds

We interviewed our elders about their memories when moving to England

View all videos on the Here to Stay website

Here To Stay Booklet

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Here To Stay Booklet(PDF)

Get Involved

Leeds Black Elders Association recognises the vital contribution that volunteers can make. We value this contribution and are committed to follow good practice guidelines.

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