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We are MHA Live at Home Bradford & District, a community-based project part of the national charity Methodist Homes (MHA). Bradford & District Live at Home currently supports over 1,000 older people to live later life well across the Bradford District.  

Our Live at Home community group provides a whole range of support and services that are available to older people across Bradford, including a wide range of social activities and events, supported holidays, befriending, interest groups, signposting and other services that enable older people to remain actively involved in their local community.

Where do we operate?

Our community hubs are across Bradford, in the following areas:

Bolton & Undercliffe Hub 

Bolton & Undercliffe Hub
Upper Bolton Social Club
Idle Road, Bradford
BD2 4JN

Covering BD2, BD3 and surrounding areas

Services offered/activities available:

  • Chatty Tuesday lunch club
  • Fit and fun exercise and coffee morning to suit all abilities
  • Evening and weekend social activities, entertainment, live lounge and supper
  • Games clubs, pool scrabble etc.

See Activities Calendar for further details.

Clayton, Allerton & Fairweather Green Hub 

Clayton, Allerton & Fairweather Green Hub
Clayton Methodist Church
Clayton Lane
Bradford

Services offered/activities available:

  • Lunch club and activities
  • Clayton walkabout group
  • Lidget lunchers
  • Roots and shoots pot planting pals
  • Ladies specials day trips
  • Men’s specials day trip
  • Supported holidays and trips
  • Summer specials, shopping trips, supported holidays and trips
  • Friendship matching
  • Signposting

See Activities Calendar for further details.

Great Horton & City Hub 

Great Horton & City Hub
Ukrainian Club
Legrams Lane
Bradford

Covering BD7 and BD1 and surrounding areas.

Services offered/activities available:

  • Lunch club and activities
  • Tai chi
  • Pool Club Pals
  • Italian Seniors coffee and catch up
  • Ladies specials day trips
  • Men’s specials day trip
  • Supported holidays and trips
  • Brackenhall bingo
  • Summer specials, shopping trips, supported holidays and trips
  • Friendship matching
  • Signposting.

See Activities Calendar for further details.

Little Horton Hub 

Little Horton Hub
St Matthews Church
Carbottom Road
Bradford
BD5 9AA

Covering BD5 and surrounding areas

Services offered/activities available:

  • Tuesday lunch club
  • Ladies specials day trips
  • Men’s specials day trip
  • Summer specials, shopping trips, supported holidays and trips
  • Friendship matching
  • Signposting

See Activities Calendar for further details.

Wibsey Hub 

Wibsey Hub
Salvation Army building
Holroyd Hill
Wibsey
BD6 1NS

Covering BD6 Wibsey and surrounding areas.

Services offered/activities available:

  • Coffee morning and breakfast club
  • Paint and draw group
  • Card craft group
  • Micro clubs including woodwork, crochet and board games
  • Tea dance
  • Active Friday circuit training
  • St John’s coffee morning
  • Ladies specials day trips
  • Men’s specials day trip
  • Wibsey Walkers
  • Summer specials, shopping trips, supported holidays and trips
  • Friendship matching
  • Signposting.

See Activities Calendar for further details.

Our aim is to support older people to live independently in their own home, enabling them to live later life well.  We do this in a variety of ways through our community hubs. 

The types of service and support we offer puts members in control of their own support plan and members can choose the types of activities or services they would like, providing them with flexibility and variety.

We do this by offering different types of service that suit different wants and needs that members can access, picking and choosing from the whole range.

We can provide support with arranging transport to these areas.

What services do we offer?

Building based supported activities

Day time activities are delivered in venues across the community like church halls or community centres. Sessions vary with most including refreshments, lunch and delivered activities such as gentle exercise, games and quizzes. There is support with transport provision for these activities.

User & volunteer led social and interest groups

These groups have been created for members who have a particular interest, such as painting, card craft, dance or exercise. The sessions are mainly led and delivered by volunteers taking place at different venues throughout the week. Members and volunteers can request support to set up new activities where and when needed offering members additional choices.

Outreach community based activities

These activities include planned and coordinated group activities such as outings, community events and supported holidays, members can pick from a calendar of regular events.

The outreach activities also include a wide range of coordinated micro-clubs, friendship groups and partnership matches where Community Programme Coordinators match members with shared interests together to share activities in the community or in each other’s’ homes.

In addition to social and interest activities, our Community Programme Coordinators will also provide one to one support through an assessment and review process.

Members are encouraged to give honest feedback so any services and support needs not currently provided by the scheme can be identified and members can be signposted to additional support elsewhere.

Community Programme Coordinators may also provide one to one support on a short term/occasional basis for example in a crisis or emergency.

Dementia activities

Our `Dementia Adventure’ project is designed to provide nature based activities both indoors and outdoors to members living with dementia and their carers.

The project is delivered by a Community Programme Coordinator who has received specialist training to support people living with dementia to take part in the activities. 

Contact us today to see how we could be of service to you or a loved one living at home.

Volunteering

We are always keen to hear from kind, compassionate people who are able to volunteer some of their time to help us deliver and develop our services. If you have time to spare to help enhance the lives of local older people, please visit the Live at Home Volunteering page to find out more. 

Referrals

We welcome referrals from local authority health professionals, CCGs, Health visitors and other healthcare professionals. Please download a referral pack below:

Bradford and District Live at Home referral pack

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We are currently recruiting for the following volunteer roles:

  • Volunteer drivers
  • Volunteer cooks
  • Volunteer support for group activities
  • Volunteer support for community activities, e.g. walking groups, day trips, craft activities.

To learn more about volunteering for your local Live At Home community scheme and express an interest, please visit the Live At Home volunteering page.

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