Inverurie DAYS

Inverurie DAYS (Day Activities with Support) provides a service to and helps meet the needs of adults with a learning disability, living in Inverurie and surrounding areas.

We support you to be as independent as possible. For some, this means moving on to community based opportunities, employment, further education and social groups. For those with more complex needs, our day service offers help with personal care and behavioural, physical and sensory, communication, health and social support.

Our building based service is for adults with profound and multiple disabilities, as well as complex social needs. It is run from Inverurie Day Centre.

View our easy read service specification Inverurie DAYS (pdf 424KB).

Find out more about our day services:

Community and group opportunities

We can help you access and take part in activities supporting involvement, building networks and relationships. We know it is important to give you opportunities providing new learning experiences.

Garioch Community Centre

A group of people access the Garioch Community Centre in Inverurie on Mondays and Wednesdays. They participate in a variety of physical activities including:

  • music and movement
  • drama
  • football
  • basketball

City Moves

A small group of people go to the City Moves dance project in Aberdeen on a weekly basis. They travel by public transport and enjoy lunch together in town.

The Garioch Gallery

Different groups go to the Garioch gallery at Wyness Hall, Inverurie. People work on crafts, poetry and educational activities. The room is equipped with computers and so some groups have a technology focus.

The Westhill Project

A group of people living in the Westhill area meet at Westhill Community Church on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Contact us

If you want to find out more about our day service or projects please call us on 01467 535111.

You and your carer can also arrange to visit the day service. Please call us to arrange a visit.

Inverurie Day Centre
Port Road
AB51 3SP

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