Harlow Wellbeing Hub for older adults

Welcome. We are a forward thinking Wellbeing Hub that supports older adults who have Dementia, learning disabilities and any additional needs that impact on their daily lives.

What we offer

  • Day centre for the elderly


  • Accessible bathroom
  • Café
  • Disabled toilets
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Sensory room
  • Sensory spa bath
  • Training kitchen
  • Wheelchair access
  • WiFi

Equipment for hire

  • Bath
  • Hoist

Find us

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Harlow Wellbeing Hub for older adults

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  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed
  • Pyenest Road
    CM19 4LU

    Get directions

    You can find us not far from Harlow town centre. If you are driving from the M11 please follow the exit for Harlow A414, when approaching the traffic lights get into the left hand filter lane onto Southern Way.

    Drive straight over all roundabouts on Southern Way for 10 minutes until you see Staple Tye and McDonalds on your left.

    Turn right at the roundabout onto Abercrombie Way and drive through the first set of traffic lights and turn left at the second set into Pyenest road, you will see us on the right.

    You can turn right and park in our front car park or drive past our building and take the first right onto Woodwards and then right into the rear car park.

    Please note the entrance is to the front of the building.

  • Email: sally.mullery@essexcares.org

About this hub

Harlow Wellbeing Hub is a forward thinking day centre for older adults with a range of support needs including learning disabilities and Dementia.

The focus of the Hub is on having fun, trying new activities and maintaining independence.

Customers are able to visit the local community on a weekly basis including the beauty spots of the surrounding area using our own transport which can be also booked to access the service daily.

How does the service work?

With support tailored to each individual, we offer a wide range of activities and care that encourage choice and independence for older people.

You can expect to take part in stimulating and social activities such as chair-fit, arts & crafts, cookery, music and drama clubs, lunch clubs, shopping trips, and much more.

Our approach to Wellbeing

Activities at our hub are focused on maintaining independence and improving wellbeing. We provide the opportunity to take part in a wide range of enjoyable and stimulating social activities; both onsite and out amongst the local community. We recognise that carers need support too.

Our services are tailored to the needs of carers as well as our customers because we know that time away from each other is important.

Our highly skilled staff create a warm, happy and positive atmosphere and are specialists in supporting older adults with learning disabilities, sensory impairments, Dementia and Alzheimer’s.


Prices will depend on the length of your session(s) and the level of support you need. As an example a full day with one of our services would typically start at around £58. Please note that you will be assessed on the levels of support you need.