The Sam Beckman Centre
Based in Barnet, North London, the Sam Beckman Centre is for Jewish people who are living with memory impairment or who have been diagnosed with a form of dementia.
We were heartbroken when we were forced to close the doors of our 12 community centres in March due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, but we are absolutely still open and providing a number of key services to meet the needs of our community.
Jewish Care is providing Meals on Wheels to 3 times more people than before the Covid-19 pandemic. Our befriending volunteers are calling over 1000 people a week. Our lively virtual programme of talks, digital entertainment and online activities is growing every week.
Community Services available to members:
This is the place to catch up with your friends from The Sam Beckman Centre in our social events such as chatty cafe, tea parties, chaps that chat and more.
From online speaker events to quizzes and cooking, we've got a variety of online events. You can see the full programme of activities at jewishcare.org/keepingactive
Jewish Care is providing Meals on Wheels to 3 times more people than before the Covid-19 pandemic. To access Meals on Wheels for The Sam Beckman Centre please click here.
If you or someone you know is feeling lonely or isolated and needs our services, we are still open and here for you and them. Find out more information about requesting a Befriender here.
Do you or someone you know need a helping hand when it comes to technology? Please contact our Jewish Care Direct Helpline on 0208 922 2222 or email email@example.com for more information.
Please contact our Jewish Care Direct Helpline on 0208 922 2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information with a member of our confidential Helpline.
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It offers activities, care and support which can enhance the overall wellbeing of the person living with dementia.
At the Sam Beckman Centre, professional staff work in close partnership with volunteers, helping to offer a warm, friendly and Jewish environment for all members to enjoy.
The centre offers a very high level of care for up to 25 people a day and clients can attend as many days as required depending on their individual circumstances and places available.
Each client receives his or her individual care plans as part of the referral and assessment process. Additional support is also available from one of Jewish Care’s other services, such as home care. Carers can get support too through the Carers’ Network.
9.30am-3.15pm Monday to Thursday
Referrals and Admissions
Referrals can be made directly by social workers, care managers, GPs, hospitals and families.