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HOPE PROJECT
10 Alexander Place
Stevenston
KA20 3AE
01294 463444

Hope Project

Overview:


The HOPE Project provides a wide range of services specifically for over 50`s within the local community and throughout North Ayrshire. Our main aim is to help older people remain independent within their own homes for longer and to help them enjoy life in the company of others through the provision of numerous services i.e. social activities; outings; interest, health & fitness classes and information & advice. We make available our extensive information Library to ensure they are assisted in making informed choices on all aspects of their golden years.

Service Description: 

One to One Befriending
Telephone Befriending
Social Outing
Weekly Lunch Clubs
Social Activities
Interest Classes
Health & Fitness Classes
Morning/Evening Telephone Service
Information & Advice Service

Costs:
Lunch Club basic menu starts at £2.50 extras are additional Social activities depending on whether materials need to be replaced start at £1.00
Social outings dependant on venue and whether we need wheelchair access start at £5 Classes & Activities have a charge of £1 to cover tea & coffee

Duration:
Mon - Fri

Resources and Amenities:
CLASP Resource Centre is situated in the centre of Stevenston town across from the Medical centre, it is available for let including evenings for meetings etc.. The Resource centre houses an extensive Information Library covering a wide spectrum of topics including benefits, safety, health, fitness, nutrition plus information on local & national support agencies. Our dedicated Information & Advice Officers will research any areas not covered that you may request.

Accessibility:
The centre is wheelchair accessible.

Areas Covered:
Ardrossan, Beith, Dalry, Irvine, Kilbirnie, Kilwinning, Largs, Saltcoats, Stevenson, West Kilbride

Operating Days:
Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 9.30 - 5.00

Additional Information:
HOPE is assisted in the delivery of services by a dedicated team of volunteers who are trained and disclosure checked to equip them for the roles they will undertake. Age is not a barrier and many older adults find that they enjoy volunteering themselves. 

In order to achieve our goals, we need to recruit and train a dedicated group of volunteers.

We need your help in order to help some of the most vulnerable people in our communities!

Cathy McGregor, HOPE Co-ordinator Tel. 01294 463444
E-mail cathy@clasps.org.uk

 


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The Community Led Action and Support Project is a Registered Scottish Charity. SC 029988